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Deborah Robson's Guide to Fiber: North Ronaldsay

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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:
crochet, Deb Robson, Deborah Robson, felting, fiber, fiber arts, knitting, North Ronaldsay sheep, North Ronaldsay wool, sheep, spinning, weaving, wool

These are the rare seaweed-eating sheep from Orkney, a set of islands off the north coast of mainland Scotland. Their situation blends history, geography, and questions of human settlement and population patterns. It’s been going for a few thousand years and warrants (and needs) our attention today. 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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