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A few years ago, Jill Draper escaped New York City to pursue a quieter, more fiber-filled life. She chose the Hudson Valley partly because of its proximity to Rhinebeck, a charming town she'd discovered through years of attending the New York Sheep and Wool Festival. Jill is a knitwear designer and hand-dyer who, true to the name of her company, makes stuff—primarily yarn, which she dyes by hand. Some of her yarn bases are more common and from third-party suppliers, but increasingly she is focusing on sourcing her materials directly from the farm and keeping the full circle of yarn production

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