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robinstephanie Posted - 12/05/2013 : 2:56:26 PM
So nice to read your post about the fiber mill making a go of it in Northern California. I checked out the Indie-go-go info, and it was full of thank you's from the fiber mill folks to all sorts of people and businesses I'm familiar with because they're my own local folks (Rebecca Burgess, Valley Ford Mercantile & Wool Mill, Verb for Keeping Warm, Mimi Leubbermann of Windrush Farms, Robin Lynde of Meridian Jacobs, Nebo Rock Textiles, Myrrhia Fine Knitwear).

I can't wait to see how this venture turns out. Thanks, Clara, for passing the word! (All of which reminds me, I want to go check out Saco River Dyehouse, to see how they're doing.)

Robinsteph

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