I'm on day 19 of 43 living out of a carry-on bag that was packed almost exclusively with wool. How's it going?
Join Mary Jane Mucklestone and Gudrun Johnston in Shetland!
Hello, wool friends! I was at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival [https://www.sheepandwool.org] last week. It's been two years since the event was held in-person, and it was wonderful to be able to be among wool people again. Even cold weather and heavy rains on Saturday didn't
Highlights from a remarkable exhibit detailing the history of the Rambouillet sheep from 1786 to today.
We're off to these gorgeous sheep-dotted islands for a look at the sheep, fiber, and yarns you'll find there.
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 [https://www.thewoolchannel.com/november-flock-talk]. I've added timestamped bookmarks so that you can jump to what interests
Greetings, wool-curious humans! 🐑 Foundation Flockers, I surprised our Monday livestream Q&A with a special treat. Dr. Dawn Brown popped in and gave us a behind-the-scenes tour of the wool lab in San Angelo. If you missed it, you can find the replay here [https://www.thewoolchannel.com/august-flock-talk/]. The
It's been busier than usual here in wooltown, and for good reason. I'm excited to share the first episode of a new audio segment called Voices in Wool. Each episode features a conversation with someone whose life touches, or is touched by, wool. In this first episode I talk with
Get ready, I'm about to wax poetic about a $28 square of fabric. Before you say I've lost my mind, hear me out. It's been over a year since I've packed a bag and gone anywhere. Maybe you haven't either? But when I did travel, I prided myself on being