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    Friday, October 15, 2010


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    Lori on Little Traverse Bay

    Fruit woods are so pretty. That apple wood yarn bowl is gorgeous! (So are the scarves!)


    Clearly he has a gift for working with gorgeous wood. Lovely!


    I don't know which is prettiest - the bowls, the scarves, or the spindles!


    Gorgeous bowl! I have an applewood niddy noddy from Jessie Raymond. Such a pretty wood, though I am a sucker for spalted maples. I have a spindle made out of it. Great action shot!


    Ooooh, nice! If I ever got my yarn organized I might need one of those...


    The scarves are gorgeous and Jim's woodworking is outstanding! I am lovin' those yarn bowls!



    elizabeth a airhart

    have a fine weekend hope you all
    stay dry good night

    Rosemary McN

    Gulp! I'd not heard of the OFA until I read about it in your blog. Working on them made me feel like I was getting the gift of support from a friend or a giving a good tummy scratch to Mr. J.--a true win-win situation for everyone.
    The bowl, oh the bowl (sigh, drool), is #1 on my Santa List!


    Oh, I'm drooling here...what gorgeous work!


    I bought a yarn bowl made by a local potter at a spin-in Saturday. (Although it's taller and shaped more like a jug!) Your wood bowl is beautiful---I may be feeling a small collection coming on.


    That woodwork is stunning. I'm starting my red scarf tomorrow. Must get at least one done!


    Oh my, things of beauty!

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