Greetings, wool people! Welcome to December. This week I'm giving you all a sneak peek into our latest members-only livestream, which took place last Tuesday. (Foundation Flockers, you can find the replay here. I've added timestamped bookmarks so that you can jump to what interests you.) In the video, I'm
Greetings from Wool Channel headquarters, where it is currently Thanksgiving day. Perhaps it is for you too? Or maybe it's just another Thursday in November. That works too. I'm keeping Wool Shorts short today, with a brand new video for you and a bonus vocabulary word if you keep scrolling.
For those of you who aren't yet familiar with Noodle, he's a 13-year-old pug who Jonathan Graziano uses to determine what kind of day we're going to have. In charmingly narrated TikTok videos (and on Instagram), Graziano gently wakes up Noodle in his bed, gives him affectionate pats and scritches,
When we last talked about replacing polyester fleece with wool, I was waiting for another package to arrive from Canada. The package in question contained a brand new 100% Merino wool fleece sweatshirt from a small Vancouver-based company called Simply Merino. That sweatshirt has since arrived and been put into
Love it or hate it, but machine-washable wool has kept the wool industry afloat.Hello, wool-curious humans! Last week I told you about a study that suggested machine-washable wool biodegrades three times faster than untreated wool and without releasing any microplastics. Since then, I received a very reasonable question from
Buckle up, we're headed into the science lab this week! But for good reason. It's time to talk about wool and microfiber pollution.🐑 Foundation Flockers! Our month-end Flock Talk Livestream Q&A is this Saturday night, October 30th, at 7pm Eastern. Send me your burning questions, mark your calendars,
I love when my worlds collide. This week I received a text from an old friend whose name knitters and handspinners will recognize: Jillian Moreno. Jillian is smart. She knows everything about yarn and fiber. This time, she had a clothing question. "May I impose on the depth and breadth