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I am anxious to what wonderful creations that will come from your spinning your now yarn. Where do you get your wool? Sheep on your farm soon?


the spinning wheel is neat for you! love your birdies, too. stay warm!

Amy Burzese

Ours is quiet and very simple also. The salmon looks yummy. I hope you enjoy your spinning wheel for years to come! (BTW, we have those glasses.)


My family's Christmas was much the same.

Love the spinning wheel and know that you will have fun with it.


Sounds like you had a wonderful Christmas. Will be anxious to see what your create on that spinning wheel.


Sounds and looks like a great Christmas. We had smoked salmon too.

Heather :) :) :)

My dad and I had a very quiet and simple Christmas, too. Oh, love the photo of that chubby sweet little blue bird ;) :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)


Snowed in with a new spinning wheel and lots of goodies to eat...sounds like a pleasant Christmas. Our main event is tomorrow.


That eggnog sounds wonderful. Love that Bluebird shot.

Cheryl @ TFD

Your table looks so pretty! I love the shot of the Blue Jay, too. Sounds like a wonderful Christmas at your house!


It's nice to see Christmas photos and hear the stories of non-traditional, non-commercial celebrations. Very nice!

My oldest daughter knit a gorgeous wool afghan for me and indulged my newbie knitting obsession with two skeins of beautiful wool yarn. My youngest daughter gave me a skein of yak silk I'm eager to turn into a cowl scarf over the weekend. Your blog is a wonderful place for a new knitter to relax with a cup of coffee.


Looks delicious .!


It looks like you had a wonderful Christmas Judy! Your new spinning wheel is beautiful!

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