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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Have you ever tried to spin? Well, I haven't. The whole thing intrigues and intimidates me all at the same time. Andrea's beautiful shop carries spinning kits, complete with very detailed directions and some really wonderful colors of wool roving. I do have a kit, just still a little intimidated to make some hand spun yarn. Studying these videos until I work up the nerve.

Would you like to give it a try? Well, Andrea would love to give away a kit to one of my readers. How nice!
I've been a little lax about showing our cookie of the week. Mostly because I keep repeating the same ones. However, last week and this week I made these. Crisp on the outside, chewy in the middle.
I doubled the cookie recipe and wrapped them for the week. One less thing to think about in the morning when you are packing lunches. Heck, if it were me, I'd just take the cookie and a water in my bag.
SO big they are hard to dunk, but that never stopped anyone.

Okay. Leave a comment by Thursday the 17th 12 pm EST if you would like to try your hand at spinning. (Just happened to see the hand on the shirt.)
Also, If you are looking for a pattern for something to knit, Olga is donating 85% of the sale of her patterns to help Japan, for the next couple of weeks.
Oh, and Sarah at Knot Another Hat is having her March Madness Sale.

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255 comments

  1. I'd love to win a spinning kit to give it a try; and I'd love to win one of those cookies too! :)

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  2. I've always wanted to learn to spin- thanks for the chance to win the kit!

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  3. My husband gave me an antique spinning wheel that actually works for Christmas. I have been terrified to start on that. What a great chance to practice first. And I love the cookies.

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  4. I'd love to give a spinning kit a try! I've been wanting to try spinning for a while.

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  5. I would love to win a kit. Thanks!

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  6. Mmmm, I love all things fiber. What a wonderful give away! She should include some of those cookies in the package to the winner too!!

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  7. I really don't need another hobby, but how can I turn this down ... always willing to give something else a try. Thank you for a chance at a spinning kit.
    Hugs
    Yvette

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  8. Anonymous3/15/2011

    Hi i would love to win a chance to learn how to spin. i think it would be amazing.

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  9. Learning to spin is on this year's resolution list but I haven't worked up the nerve to so much as buy a kit.

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  10. I've always wanted to try spinning but have been too intimidated! Thanks for the opportunity! This might help motivate me to try it.

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  11. I too am intimidated by the whole idea of spinning. I would love to try my hand at it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  12. I've been thinking about learning to spin for a long time - what a perfect opportunity to get started!

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  13. I agree, spinning seems so intimidating, but I would still love to learn. I would love to win the kit and give it a try finally.

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  14. I have just finished my first ever handspun yarn - very intimidating, but so worth it. I would love to really get into spinning fibers - that yarn must be favorites no matter how wonky it ends up.

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  15. I would love to give it a try! Thanks so much!

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  16. Oh, I was so about to say that I wish you would try this and get back to me before I actually saw the title of your post. I've been dying to dry it, but I'm asceered.

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  17. whipperton3/15/2011

    oh, beware of the spinning - it's addicting! i went from spindle to wheel in the span of a few weeks. so fun - enjoy!

    p.s. please don't put me in the running for the giveaway; i'm drowning in fiber as it is. i'm just here for the inspiration. :))

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  18. I'd love to try! A part of knitting I've thought about before but have been too intimidated, but I love the kits!

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  19. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to give spinning a try.

    Those cookies look delicious.

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  20. Spinning has always intrigued and intimidated me as well. What a wonderful giveaway.

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  21. I would love to try spinning!

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  22. I've never tried spinning, but I know plenty of spinning addicts. Please count me in.

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  23. I'm a little scared, but I'd love to learn how to knit. I figure I better learn before I buy any alpacas :)

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  24. esther jane3/15/2011

    spinning has intrigued and intimidated me as well, but i'd love to try it out. :) thanks for the giveaway.

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  25. I would love to try spinning!

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  26. Ooh. Yes, yes please! How lovely!

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  27. How funny! I just poted today! That I'd like to learn and which wheel does one even choose? There are so many out there!!!! I've no idea where to start!

    Thanks for the drawing.

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  28. i've been dying to learn to spin!! i would love to win. thanks for a great giveaway!

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  29. I tried once for about 3 minutes. It was hard. I would loooove to try again!

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  30. Anonymous3/15/2011

    I would love to give spinning a whirl! And where did you buy those bags for your cookies? Elizabeth e.piccinnini@verizon.net

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  31. Maryvonne3/15/2011

    Oh I would love to win that thing!!
    I suddenly remeber having something similar as a kid, but I'm not sure that I know how to use it.
    vonken@casema.nl

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  32. Hi leslie! don't enter me...I have no desire to learn. One more piece of equipment in my house and we won't be able to move. However, where did you find those wax bags. I've found bigger ones in target, but not small ones.

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  33. I have deliberately stayed away from spinning because I just knew I didn't need one more craft to pursue (I got a loom to learn weaving last Christmas and still haven't conquered that!) But this offer is too good to resist - what fun to try together! I hope you keep us posted on how it goes for you!!

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  34. sue courtney3/15/2011

    oooohhh pleasse!!! lol... would love to add to the stash!! thanks Leslie!!

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  35. Serena O.3/15/2011

    You know, I was just thinking about wanting to learn to spin the other day. Thank you.

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  36. I'd love to give hand-spinning a try! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. I'm like you - I want to try, yet I'm afraid to. I'm also rather afraid that I might like it as I'm not really sure I have time for another hobby?s

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  38. I love to try new things!

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  39. I would love to give spinning a whorl. Ha!

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  40. I'm also interested to try spinning. I like the idea of being able to take a project from the very rawest of ingredients.

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  41. I'd love to give it a try. And I love how the picture of the fiber matches your cookies!! Very nice. :)

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  42. Love the pre-wrapping of cookies idea! Maybe that would help me stop eating them!

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  43. I need a spinning kit to use the wool i have sitting in the closet. The cookies look delish!

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  45. Oh I would so love a spinning kit! In the meantime, will have a go at the cookies. K x

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  46. I resisted learning to spin for years, but it's so fun and addicting, and then you have more yarns!

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  47. Those cookies look amazing! I'm going to have to bake some!

    I've always been a bit apprehensive about spinning, but with a boost (and a kit!), I'd be all over giving it a try!

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  48. Great giveaway! If I win, do I get some cookies too? Lol!

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  49. I tried spinning when we took a class at the library. We made a spinning thing out of a computer cd. I hate to day it took a long time. I went to the fair & a lady told me it takes 40 hrs to spin a sweater. There's a mill that you can pay to have them spin your yarn. I said I don't have 40 hrs to spin. I'd rather buy my yarn. Kill joy!

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  50. I would love to learn to spin...do you think it would start another addiction? :o) Those cookies look wonderful, I'll have to give them a try!

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  51. Spinning.....I would love to try it sometime.

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  52. I would LOVE to learn to spin! I was just looking at a video and thinking about how much I wanted to start!

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  53. I already know how to spin, but that doesn't change the fact that I'd love to win a kit. :)

    E-Dreamer on Ravelry

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  54. kelsie3/15/2011

    My god-mother owns about 35 alpacas and with all this great fiber around I would love to learn how to spin!

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  55. i am trying those cookies soon...they look great!

    spinning.....it would be cool to try....i am with you though...kinda intimidating. if i win i'll have no choice but to try!

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  56. newknitter23/15/2011

    hi leslie like you i feel a little intiminated by the thought of spinning but i would love to learn thank you for the chance to win

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  57. i've been dyyyying to try out spinning! i mean, i probably don't need ANOTHER hobby but how amazing would it be to make my own yarn?

    thanks for the chance to win!

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  58. Lennie3/15/2011

    i keep the idea of learning to spin in tha back of my mind - this could be my chance! Thanks for the great give-away!

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  59. I have actually tried to spin. I took a very short one-hour class. I had a beautiful ashford spindle a friend gifted. I made one very small skein of yarn. And then my dh stepped on it. We epoxied it back together. A few months went by and I thought I would try again. As I was going through the wool (I have tons since I also felt), my daughter stumbled on the spindle hidden under some wool. It broke again. After about seven or eight months my dh epoxied it together again. But it is wonky and now it has been about four years since the class. I don't remember anything. I would love to learn again. The wee skein I did manage to make became a coffee cosy. I only had a few yards left :) It was very special to knit with.

    I wish you luck with your spinning!

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  60. Just went to a guild festival for weaving and spinning. Maybe I need one of these, too? I would love to give it a try.

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  61. I've tried spinning with a drop spindle a couple times and it always ends in tears. Literally. But I haven't yet seen those videos you linked to, so maybe I'll try again with those.
    And that kit looks sooooooo lovely. Another problem with my attempts at spinning may be the extreme cheapness of the fiber.

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  62. I would love to learn to spin, but I concur regarding the intimidation factor. Thanks for the cookie recipe, too. I wanted to make something different and there it was. Yeah.

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  63. I've always wanted to try spinning. I've even come close a few times :) maybe this is a sign.

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  64. Anonymous3/15/2011

    My girls and I would love to try! Thanks for the chance.

    Liz

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  65. Thanks for the contest!

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  66. Me! Me! Me! I always wanted to learn to spin, and then someone gave me a bag of camel hair, and it stares at me! A kit might get me to the point of dealing with that bag.

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  67. How funny! I initially thought you baked braided bread. Not so at all! Thanks for having friends in high places and for sharing with us.

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  68. I believe this must be where the expression "spin a yarn" must have come from!
    (of course, all of you REAL knitters already knew that :)

    xox M

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  69. I got so excited to see the Giveaway, because lately I have been so intrigued by all the spinning going on! I want to be a part of it!
    Sounds fabulous!

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  70. I'd love to try spinning!

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  71. I love your posts! I too would love to try to spin!

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  72. No Laundry Today3/15/2011

    You speak from my heart: I am also thinking about spinning, but... so if I should win there is no more excuse - thanks Leslie :)

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  73. Christina3/15/2011

    I have been meaning to take a spinning class for months, but I haven't been able to mesh one with my work schedule. A kit would be a fantastic place to start. Thank you for the chance of winning a kit.

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  74. Nervous too, but willing to give it a shot!

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  75. I am new to your blog. I am enjoying it so much, and then today I find a delightful give-away! I would love to learn to spin. Your cookies look divine. I will be making your cookies before learning to spin.
    ox

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  76. i would love to try spinning...and one of your cookies!

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  77. I would love to try spinning again.

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  78. Spinning--it's on the list of things I want to try...a kit to get me started is just what I "need".

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  79. Pick up that spindle and give it a try!!! I took my first spindle class last fall and have been hooked ever since. I now own two handcrafted spindles, they are portable...I can even spin when my Honey and I go for long drives!!! Check out my blog (www.jadafarms.blogspot.com)

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  80. Anonymous3/15/2011

    Would love a chance to spin if I were lucky enough to win a kit.
    Shelly T

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  81. I have wanted to try and spin but it does look intimidating. Love the cookies!

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  82. I'd love to win a spinning kit! How fun!

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  83. I too am intrigued about spinning. I'd love to win the kit. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. Never be afraid to show a cookie... cookies are our friends... and they always look delicious.

    I have been itching to learn how to spin but it scares the stuffing out of me at the same time. Perhaps if I win I will conquer my fear!

    Thank you for the great kit giveaway.

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  85. Scary! But exciting too. I just need to remember that everything takes practice.

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  86. that's one thing on my list of things to learn - spin!
    at least you've bought a kit, i haven't got that far.
    those cookies look so very yummy!!

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  87. My daughter is just learning how to spin. It would be fun to join her! Kim VH

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  88. Anonymous3/15/2011

    Yes, I think it would be great to learn to really spin, why not try another direction with fiber

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  89. Please count me in the spin kit give-away, thank you!

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  90. Learning to spin is one of my goals for this year. I have a similar reaction - fascinated and intimidated - that I need to overcome. It's encouraging to hear that you're getting ready to take the plunge.

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  91. I want to learn how to spin especially with one of Adrian's kits!!

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  92. Kari O.3/15/2011

    Good to hear I'm not the only person intimidated by the thought of learning to spin! I'm ready to give it a try....so thanks for the opportunity to win the kit!

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  93. I would love to try something new! Thanks for the chance!

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  94. What a great giveaway! I've started a knitting club at my school and I can think of a couple of kiddos that would LOVE to give this a try.

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  95. Anonymous3/15/2011

    Oh my I have been wanting to try spinning, but never had the nerve to do it. I would love to have a chance. Thank you for a chance to win the kit. be blessed kellyd

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  96. I'm with you on spinning -- I would love to try it, but it seems a little intimidating. I would love to win the kit - that would solve my other big concern about spinning --
    what kind of equipment is best for a beginner?
    thanks for offering the kit to one of us!

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  97. I keep thinking about learning to spin, but I am not sure I need another hobby! I just found out that no one in my family likes my favorite cookies. How can you not like Oatmeal Chocolate Chip? We have done a rotation likes yours for a year now, so everyone gets their favorites. Thanks for the idea.

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  98. Oooh, yes, please! I've been dying to try spinning...I just can't stop knitting long enough to give it a go! =)

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  99. Angela3/15/2011

    I'd love to give spinning a try!

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  100. OMG! What a fun giveaway...can I just comment by caps-ing "PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME!!" ....oh! it would be so much fun to win :)

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  101. I would love to win this and try my hand at spinning. I am petrified to though.

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  102. Sure I would love to try spinning!

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  103. I am definitely going to bake those cookies! And I would love to try to spin... been thinking about it for awhile!!!

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  104. I'd love to try spinning, and one of those cookies, too!

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  105. ooh! I've been looking into picking up a spindle since I really want to make some yarn, and a spinning wheel in my house with 3 kids and 2 dogs just won't work out well. winning a kit would be the perfect kick to get me over the fence!

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  106. Lauren M3/16/2011

    I'd love to learn to spin! Thanks for holding the giveaway!

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  107. I would love to learn to spin ;oD

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  108. Oooo, I've been wanting to give spinning a whirl (ahem) but haven't yet. This would be a great motivator!

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  109. I'd love the chance to learn to spin. Thanks for the opportunity! Love those individual cookie bags too, wish I could find something like that here!

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  110. I would love to learn to spin. Send that kit my way :).

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  111. I'd like to win one. And the cookies too

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  112. I have done some drop spindel'ing' but have left my drop spindle in America the last time I was there. I would love to try the one Andrea offers as well as her roving !!! Maybe she will make a new customer out of me !!! I would be very excited to try it :)

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  113. I would love to try spinning. I'd also love a cookie.

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  114. I'd love to try my hand at spinning! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  115. I'd love to learn to spin. Interestingly, I got to play with wool yesterday on a field trip. We carded wool and them "spun it" using our pant legs. I now have a sweet length of wool roving-yarn.

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  116. I'd love to try spinning. Thanks for the chance to win the kit.

    Jan

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  117. I'd love to try out spinning, though the notion is truly intimidating :). Thanks for the chance to win a kit!

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  118. I've always wanted to try spinning!

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  119. Can't wait to see your handspun yarn!

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  120. oooh! although i need another hobby like a hole in the head, but still! i've always wanted to try spinning...

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  121. Too funny. just a couple of days ago I was looking at Andrea's shop and thinking that it might be fun to give spinning a try. I had never been interested in it before. Count me in for the giveaway. Either way, I think I'll be visiting her shop again in the future.

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  122. Enter me please. I would love to try spinning.

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  123. lindy on ravelry3/16/2011

    I agree with you. Intriguing and intimidating at the same time. Would love to give it a shot, though! Thank you!

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  124. I would so love to win the spinning kit. Thank you so much!

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  125. Oh, how fun! I would love to give spinning a try with the kit. Like you it has bee something I always wanted to to but never did. Thank you for the chance to win this kit.

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  126. what a great excuse to try something new and so intimidating!

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  127. Nancy from Mass3/16/2011

    I would not only love to try spinning, I want to know where you found those wax paper bags you used for the cookies?!?! I cannot find wax paper bags ANYWHERE lately!

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  128. What a great idea! I too have been a bit intimidated about learning to spin, but it's been on the list for longer than I've been knitting!

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  129. I'd love to have a try at spinning. It terrifies me, but then again so did knitting and I've progressed farther than anything I'd ever have imagined!

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  130. This is the second mention I have seen of Andrea and her Etsy shop. What a great skill to have--I must admit, I am intimidated to try, but how special would it be to knit with your own handspun yarn?? The cookies look delish. I am quite a fan of Martha's giant ginger cookie. Now I am going to have to try the sugar version!!

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  131. I would love to try spinning because I love the look of the handspun yarn in knitted items. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. I love the roving you have on your blog. Good luck with the spinning! Would love to learn to use a drop spindle, then I could spin on vacation!!

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  133. Spinning does seem a bit mystic to me - I would love a kit though!

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  134. I'm like you, intrigued and intimidated. :)

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  135. Oh the cookies are so nice looking. If you need help on spinning or need some great starting out fiber let me know. I'll send you some to play with!

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  136. yes, i would love to try. i feel the same way as you, a little intimidated. i keep saying one of these days i am going to try it though. i think its good to try new things.

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  137. I have a spinning wheel given to me, but I need to find a part for it (and of course, I don't know how to use it). I think learning first how to handspin would be a good idea! Thank you.

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  138. A spinning kit would be lovely! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

    Yum, off to check out that cookie recipe...

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  139. I've tried to spin, but some very detailed instructions sure would be helpful!

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  140. I would LOVE to try my hand at spinning!

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  141. Monica3/16/2011

    I love the idea of spinning and then knitting the yarn into a project for a loved one. It looks like great fun to try. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  142. Would love to try spinning. That is on my list of things to learn in 2011!

    Thanks..

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  143. I have always looked at the kits and said to myself "well you have to try that sometime" but I never do!

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  144. I, too, am very curious about spinning. It seems like it could be very soothing, once I figured out what I was doing!

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  145. Your cookies look excellent. Enjoy your spinning experimentation.

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  146. I'd love to give hand spinning a go. I could make all the mistakes for you and then point them out so you could avoid them ;-)

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  147. Teresa3/16/2011

    I've always wanted to give it a try, hope i win, thanks :)

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  148. I used to have a drop spindle but it was lost in a flood. Please enter me in the drawing an thank you for the chance to win!

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  149. I'd love a chance to win a spinning kit. And, those cookies look absolutely yummy!

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  150. Love your blog! Would love to learn how to spin, too!

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  152. St. Patty's day and spinning could be interesting

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  153. Id have cookies for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sure would love to give spinning a try!

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  154. I would love to try spinning.

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  155. Would spinning take me over the edge? Only time will tell . . .

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  156. my 13yr old baked cookies for the second Tuesday in a row...maybe this is the start of cookie of the week!!

    I have just come back to knitting and the spinning part interests me, but I haven't had a chance to give it a try

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  157. I'll throw my hand into the mix...enter me to win the spinning kit and a dozen of those cookies. I might even drive over to pick them up!

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  158. That is something that I've always wanted to try!

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  159. I don't need to be in the contest for the kit, since I'm already a spinster (?!) but I just wanted to say, do give it a try. I have a wheel but I really love my spindles. And even your crappiest first yarn that you make will be good for something!

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  160. I would just love to learn to spin and it has been on the "to do" list forever. The kit would be perfect....

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  161. I think I would give it try. Not much knitting happening here due to some painful fingers...maybe spinning will keep the blood circulating.

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  162. I'd love to try spinning!

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  163. I have wanted to learn how to spin for so long - I'd love a kit!!

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  164. I would love to learn how to spin, but a little intimidating...thanks for the giveaway!

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  165. Anonymous3/16/2011

    How beautiful....i would love to try spinning if the kit comes to me!

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  166. Webknitter133/16/2011

    Oh!!!! I have been very tempted to brave this... and totally haven't yet. A kit would definitely encourage me.

    I'm on Ravelry.

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  167. The girls at my knit group have been trying to get me to spin and I must admit that I am tempted. Wouldn't it be great if I showed up with a spindle and some roving!!

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  168. This sounds like fun! Pick me! Pick me!!!

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  169. vee grrl3/16/2011

    Spinning kit...just one more spinning experience to learn! I've spun a tale or two, spun the 38...I've even spun in the sun on a sandy beach! But, this adventure would just add to all the fun!

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  170. Thanks for the opportunity to win and to read everyone else's comments. I think that a drop spindle is the way to go because it appears you could take it anywhere.

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  171. I would love to try spinning! How generous to give away a kit :)

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  172. I just love your blog. It's so peaceful Knitting, spinning and cookies. honestly - does it get any better?

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  173. yes please! i've been meaning to give it a go for ages!!

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  174. I have been thinking about getting a new spindle for a while now, and have not had much luck looking for them on the internet.

    This is exactly what I want, I am going over there now to buy one, thank you!

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  175. I'm a bit afraid to learn to spin b/c I'm afraid that just means even more stash! But...I've wanted to try it for a while.

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  176. I'd certainly try! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  177. Like you I'm a bit intimidated by spinning. I suppose if I were able to be around people that spin, that might help. I'll be anxioud to hear about your first attempt, and perhaps I can join you by winning this kit. :-)

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  178. I will like to try, I feel a little intimidated, too.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  179. I'm with you. Don't enter me in the contest because my husband bought a drop spindle and fiber and we couldn't figure it out. Lots of videos were watched but fiber just didn't magically transform into yarn for us. Lol. Best of luck to you!

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  180. I've been wanting to learn to spin for awhile now, but haven't gotten to it. What a great giveaway! I can't wait to see your finished product! :)

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  181. I've always wanted to learn how to spin!

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  182. I would absolutely love to try my hand at spinning!

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  183. I'm always impressed by handspun yarn and I'd love to give it a try!

    globalite on Ravelry

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  184. Pick me!!!! I would love to win a kit!

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  185. Hi. OK totally off topic. Where did you get the wax brown bags. I love the size and color. I am obsessed with wax paper bags and love to wrap sandwiches and cookies and snacks in them. I haven't seen those before. PLEASE let me know. Adella

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  186. I have always wanted to try spinning! I have a friend who spins and weaves (both I have watned to try)... it's lovely and look completely calming. I would love to win the kit.

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