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I have the books "making fairytale puppets" and "making fairytale animlas" on order and I know as soon as they arrive I am gonna want to dive in and start makign things for the kids, but My yarn supplier is out of rovings and anyone I can find locally is $$$$

I need a good inexpensive place to get simple white or off white rovigns so the kids and I can have fun and play and make some cool stuff.

anyoen have a good source? PM me if that is better
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I'd like to know, too.

How are the books? Do you like them? I'm waiting for them to come through on half.com...

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this is the cheapest I have found:
http://www.magiccabin.com/magiccabin/product.do?section_id=3&bc=1004&pgc=175&sv=333416& cmvalue=MCD|3|ARTS%20%20CRAFTS%20DEPARTMENTS|33336 5|COLLECTION|333416|333416-P1
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I've heard wonderful things about these people http://mielkesfarm.com/flt_fbrs.htm And that "felter's bag of candy" just looks wonderful. I'm exercising restraint not buying it since I have no real desire to felt right now.

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I'd like to know, too.

How are the books? Do you like them? I'm waiting for them to come through on half.com...
Oh they're not here yet, but I am hopign soon
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