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« Reply #10 on: October 28, 2005 05:13:47 PM »


lynnidings is that a new website in your subscript (I think that is what it is called) - heading there next.

Thanks for pointing it out GraceOblivious

 lynnidings, your site is wonderfully made.
The layout is so fresh + user friendly.
Great to see more resources for felt being made.
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« Reply #11 on: October 28, 2005 07:26:47 PM »

Thanks for the compliments on the hats.
lynnidings I went to your website too and it is lovely, so clean and clear and I WISH I had cows across the road like you do. And now I feel all inspired to felt MORE.
Do any of you have fav. places to get wool?
BTW, how do I post a picture on here (not so tech savvy), and how would I make those unpilly boots then?
you guys are GREAT!
thanks
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« Reply #12 on: October 29, 2005 02:34:45 AM »

I live in the UK and I order my merino wool and silk tussah from Wingham Wool Work, in Yorkshire www.winghamwoolwork .co.uk. They have a huge selection of stuff and when you order something from them, they pack it in a sack. Coming home after work and finding a sack from them waiting on the doorstep is just the biggest treat. Another place that I sometimes get fibre from is Fibrecrafts www.fibrecrafts.com/fibrecrafts_homepage.htm That's in Surrey closer to my house and I pop in when I happen to be near it, although I think it's a bit more expensive than Wingham.

Thanks for the comments about the site. It's quite new but I have new things that I have to put on it. I just have to get them off the camera and onto the computer. I also have to work on a bit about the history and an introduction to the process of felt making. It was meant to be a site about felt, but I'm such a craft dillettante that I'm including other things that I've made as well.

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« Reply #13 on: October 29, 2005 05:53:13 AM »

Hi bettymundy,  for photos you can use either Craftster's photohosting spot or you can put your pictures on a site such as PhotoBucket http://photobucket.com/  and copy the IMG addy code from there into your post and viola the picture will show up in the post.

The craftster photo hosting and my computer grumble at each other so I use the free plan on photobucket and that works well with this computer and software  If you have problems pm me and I'll try to help.

speaking of computer grumbling, to see lynnidings site I'm going to have to switch browsers or update flash something on mine..... could not access it.  Boo Hoo.   What happens when one runs a model T in a porscha world.  Grin
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Zibbet http://www.zibbet.com/aTranquilNook
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Oh how I love to Sew and Make felt
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