From hemp and organic cotton to locally produced wool and recycled fibers, today’s weavers have a vast array of eco-friendly materials available. In the January/February 2018 issue ofHandwoven, we celebrate eco-friendly fibers and the weavers who choose them. Pam James shows you how to ravel thrift store sweaters and upcycle the yarns for your next weaving project and Deb Essen talks about the seemingly magic naturally colored cottons! Discover 10 different types of eco yarns and learn exactly what they are and how to use them effectively. Explore 11 earth-friendly weaving projects, and learn about why the weavers chose each type of yarn. Weave a smaller fiber footprint with the January/February 2018 issue ofHandwoven!
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