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Fiber CSA's: Do You Know Where Your Yarn Has Been?
Alex Steffen, 7 Jan 08
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We're fans of knowing where the things in your life came from, and where they're going when you're done with them. This is especially true when it comes to food. We're into the idea of having a connection with the people who grow our produce, brine our olives, cure our meats, brew our beers and even harvest our bananas. But even by our now somewhat jaded standards, the CSA Rebecca Blood just joined is pretty damn cool.

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I'm predicting it here: knowing the actual origin of the fiber you're wearing is the lifestyle eco-geek status symbol of 2008.

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What a great way to get the baaaaackstory on your threads!


Posted by: Bronwyn Ximm on 7 Jan 08

Thanks to this article, our Spring 2008 Shearing shares have sold out. Thank you, Alex. I've gotten so many emails from people who wanted to participate that we have decided to release the Fall 2008 Shearing Shares a little early. You'll find them here: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=8815662


Posted by: Susan Gibbs on 10 Jan 08



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