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I've been tagged:)

Well, I have been 'Meme' tagged by Susan. :)

1) You go to your sixth folder in your photos and select the sixth picture:

2) Tell the details.......this yarn was spun by Ursula and is the 'oldest' yarn in the shop. I actually think that it was one of the first ones listed on Etsy:) Too funny because it sold today after it was placed under a new listing with another yarn that has been around for almost as long. Kind of ironic.

3) Tag five more blog folk. :P Here are mine

a) http://constancerosedesigns.blogspot.com/

b) http://centerweave.wordpress.com/

c) http://northstaralpacas.blogspot.com/

d) http://skiingweaver.blogspot.com/ - Forgive me....I know you were tagged....I just love your blog;)

e) http://reneeweaves.blogspot.com/

I hope I explained this right.....it's kind of like a game of 'tag'.......ya know, in lieu of the Holiday Season, why not have a little fun;)

-----Happy fibering:)

Comments

Cate Rose said…
How fun! Thanks Shannon!
Alpaca Granny said…
Hey there, thanks for thinking of and tagging me. I'll get right at this as soon as I get in from barn chores this a.m.
Maple
skiingweaver said…
LOL - you got me! I love this skein of your yarn... I haven't looked up my photo yet, I'm kind of hoping for a goofy personal picture, but I have the feeling it might be a work-related one. :)

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