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Hello to all, and welcome to my blog! If you are a knitter or crocheter looking for one-of-a-kind natural fiber handspun yarns, this is the place to be! I am an award winning spinner and offer for sale, as I make them available, my lovely handspun yarns. I specialize in worsted weight thru lace weight yarns in exotic or luxury fibers such as alpaca, angora bunny, mohair, silk and more (not to mention wool, of course!) I can CUSTOM SPIN anything you might be looking for. So feel free to contact me and tell me what you need. I purchase all of my fibers raw and wash/process them myself. I do NOT purchase commercial fibers that are imported from outside the U.S. I support the American Farmer!

I also custom spin pet hair including cat and dog. I have spun many breeds of dog including Golden Retriever, Shetlie, Australian Shephard, Samoyed, Great Pyrinease......just to name a few.

I am also looking for good quality fibers, especially angora. So if you raise any quality fibers, please contact me via email! Visit my complete profile for my email address.

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Friday, October 10, 2008

*UPDATE* to bunnies needing homes

The doe with litter of 5 bunnies is now in a new and very loving home! I also found homes for 6 of the 12 crossbred English/German bunnies, yippee! I decided not to keep any of these bunnies for myself as I found a buck with a split penis in the bunch. So, I'm happy to report that ALL the bunnies posted on this blog has found new homes!

I am no longer planning on going back for the other 9 adults left. There seems to be no interest in them and I simply cannot take them in permanently as I don't have the room nor the finances to do so, unfortunetly.

I wish all the new "parents" of the adopted bunnies well, and hope they enjoy their bunnies and have fun with the fiber they produce.

Speaking of fiber, I just clipped my doe Alexis down. She had approximately 13 weeks growth on her and I got a total of 8.1 ounces of prime, matt free fiber from her! This was a summer fleece. Alexis got a treat of fresh broccoli out of the garden for being SUCH a good girl while I clipped her down. Alexis's pic is in a previous post.

I have some nice fawn colored baby alpaca that I plan on blending Alexis's fiber with. Should make some wonderful! fine yarn.

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