Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a New Textile Economy

By Rebecca Burgess, with Courtney White

Spinners don’t need much convincing to work with their local wool, but weaver and natural dyer Rebecca Burgess’s new

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