January 6, 2011
Have your fingers grown bored from all the softness and sameness in your yarns? Be careful. The less we expose ourselves to nuance, the less nuance our fingers will ever feel—or appreciate.
To kick-start the senses, I present a yarn so rare, so esoteric that only 4,000 sheep exist that can produce it. It's a yarn with spunk and character, one that stands up straight and tells a great story—with a German accent no less. Meet Coburg Fox wool from Nature's Luxury.
In the Forum: Snaggy Circs
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