Archive for the category "working with wool"


Daily Photo: Festivals 5

3-Ply Pure Wensleydale, Home Farm Wensleydales yarn

Between Producers and Consumers of WOOL…


Daily Photo: Festivals 4

Friday Night Vi-EWE-ing – the 150 mile wardrobe

06/10/07, Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. In May of 2007, a bloom of toxic cyanobacteria (also known as pond scum) erupted on Lake Tai (or Taihu in Chinese), as a result of emissions and dumping from the hundreds of chemical factories on the shore of the lake. Local fisher women use helmets attached to wooden sticks to remove algae on Tai lake in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. Photo Credit: Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Assignment# 30044687D Water Pollution on Taihu Lake, Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China

Kylie Gusset on Sourcing Ethical Wool


Daily Photo: Festivals 3

Clara's swatches

Clara Parkes on Describing Wool


Daily Photo: Festivals 2

Rachel and Beth

Rachel Atkinson on Working with Wool


Daily Photo: Festivals 1


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