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Fringe Twisting Frenzy

It all started with last night.......twisting twisting twisting. This is what happens when I save all of the twisting the fringe for one night, something I don't see myself doing again:) A total of 8 sashes and 4 scarves. The sashes were 16 twists each and the scarves were 32. That's a total of 256!!! (If my math is right;) I saved the last four for tonight and they are all done, wet finished, and hanging on the racks by an open window as opposed to the normal next to the fire since the weather is nice. Phew!!! Check that one off the list.

I do not have finished pictures of the sashes mentioned earlier in the blog, I will have some shortly, but I do have some of a plain blue and white sash. Before I pop this picture up.....there is a little story......

I was looking around for someone to be a model for the sashes. It wasn't a big deal to get the picture done right away so, I kind of sat on the idea not rushing it. Every time that was opportune, I didn't bring the camera or something didn't work out, etc. Again, no biggie. I spoke someone to explain what I needed her to wear and what it was for, etc. Explaining that I will cut off her head (not literally:) and it should just take a couple minutes, wear something black, etc. She agreed and then to confirm she said, "So you want me to be, like a mannequin?" After a fit of laughter, I responded "You're hired!!"

Needless to say, it didn't work out and I got one of my favorite people to pose for the picture instead and yes, I chopped off her head:)

At last..................the (basic blue) sash.

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