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KathyR Posted - 08/26/2008 : 4:12:57 PM
Has anyone seen a copy of the new spinning book by Judith MacKenzie McCuin which is due to be released at Amazon on November 1? The description sounds quite good so I was wondering whether it would be a worthwhile addition for bookshelf.

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kdcrowley Posted - 08/27/2008 : 4:42:46 PM
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Originally posted by KathyR

Thanks, Kelley. :) Experienced, yes, but I'm always up for being educated! As for being able to "thumb through" the book, that's not likely to happen over here. Very few opportunities to "try before you buy" for craft books. I think that is why I am often trolling Amazon and other places like it. Hard on the credit card, though, and I think, with our slowly falling $, buying books will be happening less and less often. Sigh!

KathyR

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Ah, well then drop the Xmas hint to the husbeast....that's what they're for.

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KathyR Posted - 08/27/2008 : 3:26:08 PM
Thanks, Kelley. :) Experienced, yes, but I'm always up for being educated! As for being able to "thumb through" the book, that's not likely to happen over here. Very few opportunities to "try before you buy" for craft books. I think that is why I am often trolling Amazon and other places like it. Hard on the credit card, though, and I think, with our slowly falling $, buying books will be happening less and less often. Sigh!

KathyR

If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got.
My Blog
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kdcrowley Posted - 08/26/2008 : 5:20:54 PM
You know, Judith is a wealth of knowledge, but I know that you are an experienced spinner. I would wait until you can thumb through it.



Kelley
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and my blog at http://ceallachknits.blogspot.com

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