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Thread: My find at the wool fest.

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    My find at the wool fest.

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    There is a place in Vermont that makes these lamps and they were at the Wool Fest in Deerfield NH yesterday, and also will be there today. I just had to buy myself this mother's day present. Now I need to find the perfect lamp shade.

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    I found his site on the web, if anyone is interested in old bobbins, spools etc...really cheap. I would love to go check out his store. http://www.joelsperkins.com/MERCHANT...Store_Code=JSP

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    I love that lamp. It's great. Happy Mother's Day!

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    Great Mother's Day gift. And thanks to carolaug for the website, I just placed an order for the set of 8 spools.
    Joyce

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    oh i love that lamp! and thank you for posting his website!

    btw--are you going to Rhinebeck this year? this is my first year going....am soooo excited!

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    I just looked up Rhinebeck fest. http://www.sheepandwool.com - I just may have to go. I bought a spinning wheel a while back, but have not used it yet. I purchased como wool, Alpaca, some other type of soft wool, angora. I figured that will be a good start. Next year I will have to learn how to knit. My husband is thrilled...another hobby...LOL...and of course that means I need more room for my stash.

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    Wonderfully unique lamp. What I want to see now is the rustic wood piece on the wall to the left of the lamp. Looks mighty interesting. Pictures???
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Maybe you can make the lampshade? What a find!
    "Only those who know enough is enough can ever have enough." Lao Tzu

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