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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Proper Use Of A Skein Winder


"This top part is for scratching your eyes."


"And your cheeks."


"This part moves to adjust for different size sheep...but I can't figure out how to move it."


"Oh, here, this knob is how you do that."


"What?  I was just supposed to be looking at your yarn?  Here, let me try to fake some interest."


"Moving right along, the arms are for scratching your back."


"Ah, yes, that's the spot."


"If you put some yarn on, you can scratch your butt."


"It is, too, for scratching your butt!"


"This stupid yarn keeps getting in the way."


"I guess it is kinda pretty."


"But I've sure never seen a sheep that color before!"

No skein winders were harmed during the filming of this instructional article ;-).



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