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Spin One Get One

Just formed a new Facebook Group to bring Fiber Growers and Spinners together. The concept is simple... bring fiber growers and spinners together. The concept is simple - if you have fleece/roving/top etc that you want spun - put out a post. A spinner who is interested should post or email you. You spin a pound for the grower and you keep the other pound for yourself. Smaller or larger quantities is allowed.
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