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Deborah Robson's Guide to Fiber: Karakul

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Published by:
Deborah Robson
Published:
6/21/2017
Specs:
Square / 8" x 8"
8 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Tags:
crocheting, Deb Robson, Deborah Robson, felting, fiber, karakul sheep, karakul wool, knitting, sheep, spinning, weaving, wool, wool breed information, wool guide

The mainstays of rug- and felt-making for thousands of years, Karakuls have been unfortunately overlooked by most contemporary fiber workers. It’s an amazing fiber, full of color and possibility and with a deep back story. This ancient breed may be one of the oldest domestic sheep. An overemphasis on softness means we’ve been missing its amazing versatility! Printed document plus free digital version; 8x8" publication, 8 pages. This document contains a combination of theory and practical knowledge for fiber arts enthusiasts of all skill levels. The handouts are heavily illustrated, because I find photos and diagrams extremely helpful to my understanding. Copyright: It takes a lot of time and significant resources to do this work, and I am self-supporting. Please honor the copyright. If you would like to use print or electronic copies for a group presentation or event or breed promotion, please get in touch about bulk pricing.

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