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Take a peek inside the 1935 test for the Worsted Yarn Manufacture technological certificate from the City and Guilds of London Institute.
Woola wins, big dye comes to Mountain Meadow, Holly Browder goes local, Sheep Inc gets negative, single-farm hats from Kaminski, a coarse wool solution in New Zealand, traceability comes to Vietnam.
T-minus 60 minutes until the party starts!
Dreams for American Woolen Company, Bremworth helps NZ's sheep farms, meeting Montana's McKamey family, swapping plastics for wool, revisiting the classic McDonalds, saving wool tables, and using wool to ace tests
This Thursday, we tour several legendary Paris textiles shops and talk wooly holiday gifts!
Saving wool in NZ, hanging on in Wyoming, talking about Topsy Farms, meeting a new knitwear designer, pivoting from sisal to wool, going solar in Montana, and praising wool mulch yet again.
Bringing machine shearing to Mongolia, going circular in Australia, examining waste wool in Canada, skipping the tree schemes in NZ, toasting sheep on Long Island, and a glorious TikTok wedding dress