May 4, 2006
Every skein tells a story—but some say more than others.
Take The Irish Ewe Aran, spun in Kerry, Ireland, as an example. Ireland's remarkable economic recovery resulted in countless beautiful sheep fleeces being tossed on a bonfire because nobody needed the wool.
Until Deb Woolley came to town.
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In the Forums: Labeling Leftovers
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