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Carole

You could try soaking the skein and then whacking the crap out of it against a wall. Sometimes that helps to even out the twist.

margene

Run it through the spindle (or your wheel) and tighten up the twist. I've done it on both. You can take out and put in more twist by plying again. It looks good for the most part. It's all practice until your intution kicks in.

Cara

Whoa. Who's blog is this?! ;-)

claudia

I really can't get over this. Spinning. Here.

Jessica

I am having a passionate love affair with the chocolate dipped peppermint Altoids. Love them so very much. I did overdo it last night though. Ugh.

Kim

The spinning looks pretty darn good too!!

Cheryl

I think it's definitely worth it to run it back through and add a little more plying twist. The other part looks so good!

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