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Hinesburg, Vermont
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I try my best to learn, new things, everyday.  I aspire to own a few alpacas and spin, but it is one of my dreams, so we'll see what happens.  My husband would like sheep, which I would be OK with,  if he does all the work....

Aside from this, I love to read.  The longer the book, the better.  I also love gardening, but still consider myself a beginner, even though I'm in the Master Gardener program, thanks to work.  I also paint and study art.

I guess that's it, for now.  Happy 2012 to everyone!

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At 1:00am on January 3, 2012, Janice Aitkens said…

Thank you so much for your kind words Paula & i am honoured to accept your friend request

Hugs Janice

At 5:39am on August 10, 2010, Peggy Stuart said…
Hi, Paula! I see you joined the Spin-Along! I think this is going to be a lot of fun! See you there!
At 2:41pm on August 9, 2010, cherylbwaters said…
Don't forget to join the SAL. We'd love you have you!
At 9:53pm on August 8, 2010, cherylbwaters said…
KP is now selling fiber and a drop spindle. I thought you would be interested in joining the official SAL [Spin Along]. Hope to see you there. ♥cheryl waters
At 3:45pm on January 29, 2010, Customer Service said…
Hi Paula,

I received your question about your sweater - yes, you will start a new ball of yarn when your continue on the front.

I hope this helps!
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At 10:17am on November 13, 2009, Customer Service said…
HI Paula,

Thank you for your email. I think it really depends on the yarn - we try to not have any breaks in our yarn but they do happen when winding. If you are dyeing them yourself, you will definitely want to make sure the colors are the same (which can be difficult with hand dyeing).

I hope this helps!
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