The Eye of Fiber:
An Uncommon Story from Around The World
By Linda N. Cortright
Filled with stunning photos and extraordinary tales from around the world, The Eye of Fiber looks at the ongoing struggles and fascinating histories that have shaped the natural fiber industry, from a diamond miner turned sheep farmer in Namibia to a Russian chess master and his country's prize-winning Merinos. The perfect coffee table book to be enjoyed by all.
The Eye of Fiber is a collection of outstanding images and ten unusual stories from around the world, focusing on the impact of culture, climate, and politics in the everyday lives of those whose very existence depends upon natural fibers.
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Deborah Robson, co-author of
The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook
The Eye of Fiber illuminates the diversity of fiber animals, the shared humanity of the people who care for them, and an abundance of creative textile traditions. This book offers eye candy—with a big helping of heart.
Jannes Waples Gibson,
Board Member Andean Textile Arts
With her characteristic humor and stunning photographs, Linda Cortright documents the hard work in the planet’s harshest and most remote environments. Take yourself on this intrepid, adventure tour and learn more about the endangered and interconnected world of natural fibers.