Volume 13, Issue 1
In India's High Himalayas, Wild Fibers editor Linda Cortright and her nomadic friend, Konchock Stobgais open the first cashmere spinning and weaving center at 14,500', providing much needed income for the women of Pangong Village.
Visit Russia's only Buddhist republic where they have been raising Merino Sheep since the 1920s.
CHASING A DREAM
Pangong Lake, India
Wild Fibers editor Linda Cortright and Konchok Stobgais launch the first cashmere center in the High Himalayas.
MICRO YARN MILL
Block Island, Rhode Island
Amidst the throngs of tourists and sun seekers, Sven and Laura Risom decided to build a mill.
FOOD AND FIBER
Less than 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, Calypso Farm is like boot camp for future farmers learning from the ground up.
US farmer and fiber artist, Nancy Zeller takes her skills to Rwanda, giving survivors of the genocide a new source of income.
Russia's only Buddhist republic boasts a remarkable history of raising Merinos, and an unusual record of alien abduction!
Jordan's sprawling desert is home to Bani Hamada, keeping ancient weaving traditions alive.
Following successful careers in science and technology, Carl and Eileen Koop take their high-brow talents to the pasture.
A LIFE IN THREADS
Tucked away in an impoverished neighborhood, Al Karma Center helps Syrian refugees piece their life back together.