Thursday, December 3, 2015

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Ok, maybe that's not EXACTLY how it went...but it sure felt pretty close! 

Do you like hanks? Let me know in the comments!

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10 comments:

  1. LOL Too cute!! I've never used hanks before... now I'm afraid... :) Denise Starcher

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  2. I like yarn so.... You need a swift if you have hanks. It's pretty mandatory ;)

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  3. You need a SWIFT!!! I use 2 kitchen table chairs with the backs angled as a swift, but then I have to lead the yarn off the 'swift' so it does not tangle, and toward the end it is a pile on my floor...maybe Santa will bring me a swift for Xmas!!

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  4. Also, a friend/hubby's arms or they tiny people's arms can be a good swift...

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  5. I do bc I have a swift! Lol oh make handspun hanks too ;)

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  6. hahahaha I had no idea what this was at first!
    You just made my day!
    If I could get my hands on some of the yarn I've been seeing lately I wouldn't care hank or not.

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  7. II have used hanks and haven't had a problem. I don't own a "swift" whatever that may be....lol I do have someone who will hold it for me while I wind it off their hands! Thanks for the laugh! Patricia B

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  8. A swift makes it much easier - and I don't have to wait til someone's home. Hubby not fully cooperative to do that - so he bought me a swift
    They are not expensive - and you consider it an investment in your craft! I swift and a good winder make the job so very much easier.

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  9. I have had hanks that I had success with and I have thrown away one expensive one (which of course I regret). I find I have to be in the mood because it can be tedious work. If I get aggravated, :"the mood" left me and it's time to set it aside for another time. Overall, I better really love the yarn to choose to buy it in a hank again.

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  10. LOL! Hanks are kind of a pain. Every now and then I'm ambitious enough to bust out my yarn winder but I usually just lay it out flat while I work and am veeery careful about pulling from it so it doesn't tangle.

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