June 25, 2015
Imagine the chutzpah it took for an American to move to Australia, the sheep capital of the world, and start a farm. Now imagine this person is a woman with no farming experience.
This, in a nutshell, is the story of American "city-slicker" Nan Bray, a former Marine physicist turned wool grower. Her yarn, White Gum Wool, is the focus of this week's Knitter's Review.
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On the Cover
White Gum Wool's Bouclé in a pewter bowl
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