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Topic: Fiber Friday Feb 22, 2013  (Read 2834 times)
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« Reply #10 on: February 26, 2013 10:48:50 AM »

Well in that case I think the rolags I've been carding these past couple days are actually punis because they are really little, but I think that's because of all the lanolin still int he fiber it's the only way it's coming off is super tight! Thanks for the knowledge!

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« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2013 11:15:57 AM »

punis are tightly rolled rolags, more commonly reserved for shorter staples and more slippery fibre, like cotton, yak, southdown wool.

I saw a reference to punis regarding cotton spinning. I think because I drafted them as I was rolling them up, they count as punis (if I'm remebering rightly; I've read sooooooo much spinning stuff lately, my head is awhirl!). AND... I really like saying puni Tongue

Alexus, that looks so good. Are you implying this your first FF? That doesn't seem right. That looks rather tweedy, I love it!
What are punis? I have never heard that term before.

Um... I may or may not have contributed a photo 2 years ago, right after I got my spinning kit. But now I'm much more dedicated to learning everything I can and improving my skills (and have excess income for the purchase of fibre Cheesy), so I'll be around.

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