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SICK!!

If anyone out there has asthma and allergies you know what I am going through! I am having such a hard time talking with out getting out of breath! So if you are wondering why I haven't made any new videos lately that's why! I did want to share photos of some new locally spun yarn I found yesterday!

The red is for flowers on my display, The white is Mohiar and I am going to try Hand painting it using wilton cake dye



These two were my favorite!!!


already wound a small ball to make flowers!! This one is extremely soft!

This has been all over my facebook feed and I love it! How true is this for you??


I was also prescribed a new inhaler o of course I had to CHIQ it up What do you think? I'm going to add snaps to it to so it will also be harder for little finger to play with it!!

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  1. The "crocheting" pictures are so true and the one in your lower right side resembles my "stash" after I've dug in it to find the perfect yarn that I'm sure I have lol! I saw this on fb too. Have a nice weekend.

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    1. HAHAH Sharon!! Thank you and have a great weekend too!

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  2. I hope your breathing gets better soon! There is nothing worse and scarier than not being able to breathe. The yarn is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you soo Much! I thought I replied to this the same day you posted but I guess my "smart" phone didn't post my comment! I am feeling a lot better now :)

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