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May 28, 2009

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Jane

Not on Twitter, so putting an answer here to the bit about Rav Day Dyeing - greys, stones, neutrals in laceweight would be nice, I'm also very keen on the denim colours, and if I don't make it on the day (which is now looking very unlikely), maybe there'll be some left for the shop!

Vanessa Hubbard

I would name her Liw, which is welsh for colour/dye/hue, to represent something Fybrespates is extremely good at producing - beautiful fibres dyed to wonderful colours and hues that blend perfectly.

AlpacaAddict

Angie

sorry didn't mean to post that twice!

Angie

I think she's an "Enfys" (I chose a Welsh name because of the "made in Wales" tag) - which is Welsh for Raindow - as you bring a lot of colour into our lives.

Angie

I think she's an "Enfys" (I chose a welsh name because of the "made in Wales" tag) which is Welsh for Rainbow - as you bring a lot of colour into our lives.

Kniterella

Giggle cos Knitting is such a laff. I am getting on with the lovely Fairground ss sock yarn which is outa this world. So is the sparkle I got, any chance of some more rainbow sparkleplease????

Shell

I think Nerys because that's the name of my car!

Claire

I think she's a Wanda... as in "Where's Wanda this week?"
Loved the name... ass-uming its the one you tweeted about?

Debs

I think she looks like a Flo . Tried to come up with a good reason, like Fibre Loving ...? but I cant think of anything suitable - she just looks like a Flo to me!

sue krekorian

She's the Greater Boggled Yarnbug!

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