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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-22-2003 06:51 PM
striblue It's 2/0 short shank Varivas.
11-22-2003 04:53 PM
saltydog JOHN, SUPER, Ill have to do some this comming week Ill post MY trials then. ( what size hook )?
'GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"
11-22-2003 09:52 AM
striblue
Angel Hair Blend

It depends on what kind of Angel hair you are using , but next time try blending the hair as though you were spinning deer hair. Layer on in clumps . White on the bottom, pale blue on top and then little clumps of dark blue on top of the pale blue. A small clump of red on the bottom before the last small clump of white. Pick out with a bodkin till you have a large afro... and ttrim down. The material I am using here is very fine and from Mike Martinek. This way there is no need to use a perminemt marker for the red and no need to put a long strip of angel hair for the topping.

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