[For Paid Members] Everything you ever wanted to know about cotton for knitting, spinning, crochet and weaving, plus an introduction to linen and hemp. Part of Master Spinner Michelle Boyd’s series of deep dives into fibre characteristics.
[Open Access]Flax is often grown in coastal or low-lying areas. Can it be grown at elevation in southern British Columbia? After a visit to Taproot Fibre Lab in Nova Scotia, D&T publisher Kim Werker is planning to find out.
[For Armchair & Studio Members] Nova Scotia’s TapRoot Farms was already one of the largest organic farms in Atlantic Canada when they decided to begin growing and milling flax. Learn about their operation, including how flax is processed into yarn.
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