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||Posted - 04/01/2012 : 09:27:26 AM
Thanks for maintaining the tradition of reviewing an extremely unusual novelty yarn. I can't wait to make a fine lace hankie using the yarn featured in this review.
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||Posted - 04/13/2012 : 04:48:41 AM
Just want it noted I'm working very hard to restrain myself.
||Posted - 04/11/2012 : 1:56:47 PM
Let me tell you, the abrasion test on this one was a real challenge. I couldn't figure out how to re-create your standard wear and tear. Someone recommended that I take a strand and slide it down between two very close objects. I did that repeatedly, rubbing it against each side of the close objects until they made a slight squeaking noise. Lo, sometimes when I tried to pull Flossie out, it shredded just a little.
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||Posted - 04/03/2012 : 10:09:26 AM
My father in law is always taking those little needles out of my bag!
I think I'll bring flossie for the estonian lace class I'm taking in May. I'm sure Nancy Bush will adore it.
||Posted - 04/02/2012 : 10:31:03 AM
Great review! I am also psyched to know that Amazon is now carrying those tiny needles, I need to order some. Mine keep disappearing.
I happen to know that the Nutmeg Owl uses Flossie in almost all her lace projects.
Knit and let knit!
||Posted - 04/02/2012 : 07:55:20 AM
I do think a shopping bag made from Flossie would perform very well for years to come.
Quaecumque sunt vera
||Posted - 04/01/2012 : 11:03:11 AM
I enjoyed the review. Clara sure does search out the most unusual yarns for us!
||Posted - 04/01/2012 : 10:45:33 AM
I've got a stash of Flossie, I'm just waiting for my cinnamon needles to arrive!
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