Wild Fibers Winter 2009/2010
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- Coral Stephens Handweaving
In the tiny town of Piggs Peak, Swaziland, weavers have been creating innovative mohair designs for
sixty years - with a little help from the king.
- Never Say Dye
Considered a modern day hero by some, and an agricultural demon by others; Sally Fox has done more than
change the color of cotton, she is also changing lives.
- Appeasing the Goddess
Patricia Chessman is cleaning-up the waters in Pangang, Thailand, by teaching handweavers
to use safe dyes, thus keeping the River Goddess happy.
- Humps, Herders, and Hard Times in the Gobi
The illustrious Bactrian camel is waning on the horizon, but the interest in baby camel
fiber is on the rise.
- Rare Thoughts
Festooned with muliple horns and tended by fairies, Manx Loaghtan sheep are a unique player in the
Isle of Man's history.
Letzte Änderung: 25.12.2009
durch Alexandra Weikert
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