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Haha! I'm exactly the same! I've even been thinking about the sheep in the field behind my father's house and wondering if/when they shear them and what they do with their fleeces. I'm going to learn how to spin, ya see... :PLovely knitting bag. Cath Kidston, isn't it? And I love the red of this yarn. What is it?
Ooooo - get you with the fancy knit-bag!I must admit, I'm not that yarn obsessed quite yet - give me time though and I'm sure I'll be looking at sheep in the same way as every other knitting enthusiast ;0)
Thanks, yes it's a CK bag, it was a birthday present a couple of years ago - can't remember what the red yarn is I'm afraid, I can look it up for you when i get home tonight though!
Get you with your CK bag. Mine's all shoved in a plastic bag out of the way - begging me to come and stay crocheting but I don't feel mentally prepared yet!And in answer to how do I read the books - I'm actually way down on what I would normally read with cross stitch and stuff taking over. I have a book at work that I read on my lunch break and a book by the bed and I'll always read at least a few pages before going to sleep. Plus none of the books I've attempted to read so far are epic tomes!
That would be lovely. I'm always on the lookout for red stuff! :)
I thought this was going to be about lambs!I too have a yarn obsession, but mine is in a Tesco beach bag. And two other bags. And several boxes. And a hat box. And two tins. It's a good job I'm moving soon...
Very pretty bag, I'm a bit yarn obsessed as well, though unfortunately my budget doesn't match my plans.
Me neither unfortunately Jen!!! Next step, have my own alpaca farm!!!! (You think it's a joke? watch this space! only joking, I wish!!)
I have the same knitting bag as you!
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