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If you're a knitter, you already know that we do strange things when admiring a new skein of yarn. We might squeeze it, rub it against our neck, perhaps pull it to our face and give it a good sniff. When it's an especially big skein, I like to give it a hug. Step inside a Briar Rose Fibers booth and you'll quickly notice that most of the skeins are huge. They're like plump little wool babies, easily passing the 400-yard mark. Suffice it to say, when I'm in the Briar Rose Fibers booth at a festival, I do a lot

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