NK - Re: - Spin class?
zahavabathannah at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 18 08:02:10 PDT 2000
That would be wonderful!!! (Unfortunaty I have none of
the needed impliments, and the next questions was for
the most basic spinning, what do I need?) As far as
the setting for the class, I was mentioning removing
the cats from the-- um, moving fiber matter-- they
could be a really big pain. As far as the smoking
goes.... we do not partake of tobacco inside the
house, not even a little because of the baby. He
hasn't decided to distroy his lungs.
The weekends are best for me.... but if someone else
can do an afternoon weekday that would be cool too--
--- Vanessa Goins <ly_isabela at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Forwarded to the list for H.L. Debroa bat Joseph
> -- diane hartzmann <dhartzmann at juno.com> wrote:
> To: ly_isabela at yahoo.com
> Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2000 17:10:01 -0500
> Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: Fwd: NK - Raw Cotton Report
> From: diane hartzmann <dhartzmann at juno.com>
> Well, I'd be happy to teach spinning cotton but a
> regular drop
> spindle I'm afraid would be an exercise in futility
> considering the
> staple length of cotton which is approximately 1/2
> inch. You'll need a
> spindle called a takli or one that can be spun
> supported. The fiber
> can be spun directly off the seed so there shouldn't
> be any need to
> worry about washing it, although we might want to
> open the package out
> of doors at first judging from the description given
> for harvesting.
> No sense in introducing unnecessary bugs into the
> I have no problem with cats (except for trying to
> keep my hands off
> them) but I do not handle tobacco well. Also, my
> work schedule is such
> that I would need to make this on the early side
> (say, ending around 8
> This makes things difficult for most people, I know.
> If anyone would be interested in getting together,
> give me a holler.
> If you have a charka spinning wheel, so much the
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