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Topic: ACK! I have a big knotted mess. question on winding yarn into a ball?  (Read 481 times)
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« on: September 04, 2008 05:22:02 PM »

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Well, I purchased some beautiful hand-dyed cotton chenille yarn that was in a big loop (I am sure that it has a technical name, and that its not "big loop".  Is it called a "hank"?  Please let me know if you know.) and when I went to wrap it into a ball shape before I could use it, I got a HORRIBLE mess.  It is forming a massive, never-ending knot.  I have like 8 more "loops" that I would like to use and this 4+ hours of untangling is really starting to frustrate me.  (to say the least...)

I wasn't really sure of where to post this question, I hope this is the right place and that someone can help me so the next 8 go alot easier. 
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