Wild Fibers Sommer 2008
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis
- Going Home to a Strange Land
Located in India's High Himalayas, a new cashmere mill owned by a nomads is changing
the way they do business and possibly their future.
- Secrets of the Miao Needlewomen
Torie Olson ventures to the subtropical province of Guizhou to discover that all that
shines isn't silk.
- Off the Cuff Morgaine
Psychotherapist and peace activist Morgaine Wilder (owner of Carolina Homespun)
talks about the lesser known benefits of fiber.
- The "I" of the Needle
Living with the factory just outside their bedroom door, Dorothy and Paul Lacy are
making an impact on the way women work and live in Fenghuang.
- A Working Habit
Meet Mother Hildegard and Mother Mary Grace, who are servants of God as well as of
- Rare Thoughts
Do sheep and goats need saving?
Margaret B. Russell takes charge of our new column on rare and endangered livestock
Letzte Änderung: 23.8.2008
durch Alexandra Weikert
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