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    Default Brilliant homemade yarn swift!

    I found a turning Susan at an estate sale today -- I am definitely going to make one of these:

    http://webeccasays.blogspot.com/2008...lta-swift.html

    (If you look up 'tilta swift' on Ravelry, you can see that 14 other people have posted theirs.)

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    Thanks for sharing

    If I ever find need for one, now I know how to make it cheap. Most yarn I buy is in skeins. I have put yarn over the back of a wooden kitchen chair, the few I have gotten in hanks.
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    Great idea! Thanks for sharing the link!
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    I use a lampshade. Loosen the thing that holds it on and let 'er rip!

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