In 1975 I was looking for a career that would fascinate me for the rest of my life. In a way, weaving chose me!
Hi Laura,What a beauty - have fun learning to spin on "JOY". Weaverly yours .. Barbara
You will love the Joy! I have the same one (except her case is dark blue) and always bring her on road-trip vacations.
I was hoping for a blue case, but oh well. :)Now I need to set up a spinning corner in the l/r - unfortunately there is no room! :O
I loved the suspense! Just discovered your blog. I will check back!
congratulations to your joy. Have lots of fun with it. I can assure you, you can spin nearly all kinds of yarn on it (nearly because the thickness is depending on the orifice, so there is a boundary). It is a good working horse.
Don't you just love getting a box in the mail?!
She's beautiful! Have fun playing together (or would that be 'plying' together?)!
Whee! Happy Spinning!
I love, love, love my Joy. It took forever to find a used one. Mine has a green case.
I think you have inspired me to dig my Joy out of the closet! It's been calling out to me for much too long.
Hi Lisa, are you still in PG? It would be great to see you - the guild has a drop in each Tuesday evening from 6-9. I'm planning on being there next week. :)cheers,Laura
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