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  • gklawer@comcast.net
    Hi everyone! I m interested in this class. Please write me down. Thank you, Gudy Gudy Klawer%0D%0AThe Knitting
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      Hi everyone! I'm interested in this class. Please write me down. Thank you, Gudy


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      ----- Original Message -----

      From: Wendy Sundquist

      To: nordicknitters@yahoogroups.com

      Sent: Fri, 12 Jun 2009 19:28:32 +0000 (UTC)

      Subject: [nordicknitters] Re:Another Scandinavian Spinning Workshop?



















































      Scandinavian Spinning Workshop:





      I am currently working with Martha Owen, the resident spinner of the


      John C Campbell Folk School in North Carolina to set up a knitting and


      spinning workshop that would involved Martha and Elizabeth Johnston ( https://www.folkschool.org/index.php?section=instructor_detail&instructor_id=879


      ) from the Shetland Islands next April sometime.





      Elizabeth is coming to the US for a month then. She's teaching at


      John C Campbell and the two of them want to take a trip to the west


      coast and would like to jointly teach a class here. Elizabeth has


      been the resident weaver/spinner at the historical site Scatness on


      the south end of Mainland Island in the Shetland Islands for a number


      of years.





      We don't have any details yet or a location for the class, but if any


      of you are interested or have questions, contact me and I'll put you


      my list of potential students.





      Wendy Sundquist


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