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Pain Killer (Woolfy Edit) - Woolfy - A Pint A Day (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Pint A Day on Discogs. Label: Mindless Boogie - Mindless • Format: Vinyl Label: Mindless Boogie - Mindless • Format: Vinyl 12 A Pint A Day (Woolfy Edit) B1: Pain Killer (Woolfy Edit) B2: The Growler (Woolfy Edit /5(24).
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  3. A Pint A Day (Woolfy edit) Pain Killer (Woolfy edit) The Growler (Woolfy edit) Review: Mindless Boogie adds another gem to its repertoire with a new set of edits from Woolfy (Rong Music) who's behind the knobs for their landmark 10th release, 'A Pint A Day'. Read more.
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  5. Generally I walk away for a day. Once the fiber is dry, it’s ready to flick, comb, card or lock spin into yarn. If those high grease fleeces still feel greasy, it’s ok to get another scour and rinse WITH fiber rinse in, but I wouldn’t worry about it unless it’s hard to process or spin. You still have to .
  6. Sep 12,  · While there’s nothing better than wearing a cozy sweater on a crisp autumn day, there’s also nothing worse than being stuck in a scratchy sweater. However, you don’t have to give up on your favorite wool sweater just because it is causing you to scratch like crazy. Luckily, there’s a few easy ways to make wool less scratchy.
  7. So finally, the other day, I decided I'd give it a go and see how it would turn out. Shane was busy dyeing wool on the stoves and we shared the dye kitchen. I used three formula colours, Lime, Pink Orchid, and Royal Blue, all from Christine's dye books as well as straight yellow, used very little water so the colours would be darker and added.