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1  FIBER ARTS / Spinning: Discussion and Questions / We have alpacas.. and LOTS of fiber I don't know what to do with :/ on: May 30, 2012 10:59:34 PM
SOOOOOO!!   Seeing as how I love to crochet and would love to love to knit I thought it would be  a brilliant idea to get alpacas...   We live on 13 acres and have plenty of room so I bought 4 very high quality fiber boys.   So we sheared them last year and have bags and bags and bags of fiber.   And we are about to shear again this year in a week or two.

Here is my dilemma:

I wanted to learn how to spin, but two jobs and school full time have impeded that process.   I would ruin this fiber.  And it is toooo expensive to have it processed at a mill.  So what do I do with it?Huh??

I live in Northern Ca, if anyone has any ideas.. please let me know.  The colors are mahogony, pearly white, rose gray and tan.   They are all very high quality and produce beautiful fiber.   The blankets are separated from the seconds.   Thanks, Susanna
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