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Taking the Long Way Home with Anna Hunter

Hello and happy Friday! I'm excited to share a brand new episode of Voices in Wool. I talk with Canadian wool advocate, fiber farmer, and mill owner Anna Hunter of Long Way Homestead. Listen to the episode now or click on the fancy player below. 🐏 Foundation Flockers, we'll be taking

Taking the Long Way Home with Anna Hunter
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Staying Vertical: A Mill Tour

Fresh from last week's archival BBC sheep-recognition footage, we're still in the UK for a quick tour through one of the country's older vertical woolen mills. Originally, the term "vertical" was a literal description of how a mill operated. Vertical mills relied on gravity to move goods from floor to

Staying Vertical: A Mill Tour
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A Mill of One’s Own

It's Earth Day, and I'm eager to tell you about a bundle of wooly goodness that just reached me from a farm in England. It is redolent of sheep. Not the spicy fragrance of spinning oil we often equate with wool yarn, but the bright and intoxicating notes of farm

A Mill of One’s Own