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2005.10.04

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Elaine

I really love your focus with the Keeshmere products. I don't own the breed, but can appreciate the fiber for certain, but it's your focus to the project that is just awesome. I really do wish you great success with an online store!

Janice in GA

Before we got our first Aussie, one of the dogs my husband was interested in was a Keeshond. I told him we could get one only if he'd do all the brushing. Little did I know what a great fiber source they are. :) Oh well, I'm happy with my Aussies anyway.

Valerie

Wonderful hat!! Good luck with this venture!

Other Julia

This one is gorgeous. I really like that faux cable.

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