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Posted:I've spun fire a few times before but am at a loss for which set would be for me seeing as it will be my first set. all other sets I've spun are a friends and homemade, frankly im ready for a little professionalism in my spinning. any suggestions?
Object Manipulationist, Chain Maille Artisan, Didgeridoo Performer and Teacher Location: On the Road, Gypsie Style, USA
Total posts: 37
Posted:Id have to agree with Sean. My first set was regular monkey fists with welded link. I spun them for several years before they showed signs of deterioration. And i loved the weight. Plus the monkey fists have a slightly longer burn time than cathedrals or rolls of similar size. Its all good though. as you learn more and gain more experience youll find it easier to find what your looking for. Keep at it.
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