Hello, wool friends! I was at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival 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 keep the crowds away.
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. I've added timestamped bookmarks so that you can jump to what interests you.) In the video, I'm
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. The tour starts at 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