NK - Re: - Spin class?
Addington, Debbie, A
daaddington at saintfrancis.com
Fri Aug 18 08:12:12 PDT 2000
weekends are diffently the easiest for me. preferably early in the day. I
usually have to leave tulsa by 3pm if i want to keep perry happy by picking
him up at 4 from work.
i would also need to know of what implements i would need and if there is a
local merchant that carries them. otherwise, i would have to wait for the
mail order to arrive.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Miriam Cook [SMTP:zahavabathannah at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 10:02 AM
> To: Northkeep at ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: NK - Re: - Spin class?
> 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
> > -Isabela
> > -- 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
> > house.
> > 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
> > p.m.)
> > 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
> > better.
> > Debroa
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