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mtchen
Gabber Extraordinaire

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2003 :  11:19:40 AM  Show Profile Send mtchen a Private Message
Does anyone have any feedback regarding Morehouse Merino yarn? I like the looks of them, but they seem a bit pricey. Is it worth the higher price??

theezer
New Pal

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Posted - 04/12/2003 :  12:29:14 PM  Show Profile Send theezer a Private Message
I'm probably prejudiced because I have a house on the same road as the farm and its wonderful to see the sheep,pheasants, dogs,cats.....
The yarn is very high quality and goes very far. It tends to get significantly wider and longer if you wet block it. That can be good or bad - it certainly makes for a larger sweater than you expect.
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theezer
New Pal

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Posted - 04/12/2003 :  12:29:14 PM  Show Profile Send theezer a Private Message
I'm probably prejudiced because I have a house on the same road as the farm and its wonderful to see the sheep,pheasants, dogs,cats.....
The yarn is very high quality and goes very far. It tends to get significantly wider and longer if you wet block it. That can be good or bad - it certainly makes for a larger sweater than you expect.
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