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Fibercast 21: A Flub

The original title of this fibercast was changed due to the astute ears of a viewers!  During this podcast I do a brief tutorial on washing fleece in the lock and I say NOT to go from COLD to HOT but what I meant was do NOT go from HOT to COLD! RATS!  I will qualify this more next time and of course, apologize profusely for being in error.

 

 

Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm

Goodnough Sweater by Bonnie Sennott

A New Family Portrait by Dorene Giordano

Cameo Shawl by Paulina Popiolek

Thirteen Mile Lamb & Wool Co Farm Yarns

Hatchtown Farm Coopsworth

Serenity Farm Corriedale

Yarns at Yin Hoo with Sarapomegranate

Burnham Wood Capelet by Romi Hill

Three Bags Full by Judith McKenzie

 

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One thought on “Fibercast 21: A Flub

  1. Your Dad on said:

    ”Flub-dubs!” President Lincoln once shouted when presented with a list of expenses for mansion furnishings and dresses. ”For flub-dubs!”

    President T. Roosevelt described his successor, William Howard Taft, as a flub dub.

    And Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob Smith brought back the Flub A Dub from South America for the amusement of the Peanut Gallery.

    You’ve picked a good title for this report.

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