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October 17, 2006

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Janel - this is an awesome explanation - the picture is worth a thousand words! By the way, I am smitten with Marnie's Indian Wedding colorway. Any chance you'll be dying any BFL Indian Wedding soon?

Oh, such a cool tutorial. Thank you!

That indian wedding fiber is my desktop on my computer now. Gorgeous stuff ;)

what a great great tip ~ thanks so much. and i agree with julia, the picture explains it perfectly, i'll always remember it now.

thanks ;)

THANK YOU. I have had a lot of trouble with plying aged singles (I don't have a lot of time to spin, so it's a little here, a little there, until the bobbins are full), and I think this will really help me to have beautiful balanced yarn instead of an overtwisted mess.

Love the picture and ongoing dialogue regarding twist angle. Have you read Rita Buchanan's article on twist in Spin Off Winter '93?

Great information! Thank you for posting it.

Brilliant! :)

Excellent explanation. Thank you. I could see the effect, but didn't understand the morphology - now I do. So for a good magnifying glass to carry with me.

So can an overt wist be corrected?

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