Wild Fibers Sommer 2006
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- The Beauty of Greenspun
Vermont's Green Mountain Spinnery celebrates 25 years of organic processing
and takes its mission global!
- A Bad Hair Day!
Bad hair can strike anyone and anywhere, including your favorite
- The Shepherdess and her Sacred Sheep
The woman in Chiapas, Mexico, have a blessed relationship with their sheep
and with an unusual veterinarian who won't let their
breed be ruined.
- The Miracle of the Muskox
Can an animal brought back from the edge of extinction in Alaska be profitably
farmed? The University of Alaska has been searching for the answer since an
imported herd of muskox arrived from Geenland more than 70 years ago.
Three Bags Full! How and where do you buy your first fleece?
- The Goat Lady of Harmony
Retiree Ada Austin hasn't missed a beat since she purchased 130 angora
goats. And now she provides steady income for stay-at-home moms.
- Ultimate Luxury!
Manhatten knitshop owner Linda Morse creates a unique blend of history
- Translating Animals in Translation
Temple Grandin's study of animal behavior is a unique perspective on
the similarities between animal thought patterns and autism.
- Child's Raglan Sweater
Designed by Green Mountain Spinnery and made with a combination of organic
wool and mohair.
- Nantucket Capelet
Stroll the sidewalks or the shorelind in this luxury capelet made from a blend
of guanaco and silk.
Letzte Änderung: 27.8.2007
durch Alexandra Weikert
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