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October 31, 2011


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Deb, Deb, Deb....
You must go take a look at http://wovember.com/

Deborah Robson

You're right, Valerie! Wovember is wonderful. Thank you for telling me about it. (Yes, I'm wearing wool. I was wearing wool before I heard about Wovember.)


As a very new fiber processor (not new to fiber, new to the commercial equipment), I just wanted you to know that your book is a home run. It, along with the venerable In Sheep's Clothing, provides me with incredibly valuable insights into various types of wool and other fibers to guide me towards the best possible product for my customers. These 2 books will probably never be on a bookshelf again!

Deb Robson

Diane, so glad you are getting into fiber processing in a bigger way. We need good processors who can maintain the integrity of the fibers. Im so glad that The Fleece Fiber Sourcebook is helping you! I like a lot that it will not be spending time on a bookshelf. In Sheeps Clothing is also a super resource. Have fun!

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