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Spinning on spindle

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I first taught myself how to spin on drop spindle about 8 years ago (My how my spinning has improved since then!), and since then I've acquired just a few spindles and several wheels.  I love my wheels, I can spin a great yarn on them... however my spindles are something that take me to my place of happy.  i'm able to spin as good or better on my spindles and I do production spinning on them.   I've been doing so much work on the wheels lately that I've been forgetting how much I enjoyed my spindles.  I've recently started to rediscover that love and remember how magical they truly are.   It's a damn good thing I've got plenty of stash to work with!
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