Realities of a Fiber Farm
All's well. All's quiet. The printers have their assignments, and are whirring happily away as they print spindles, spokes, and hubs. And then...
I don't know about you, but it took me awhile to be able to distinguish between different types of fibers. "Fibers," at least to me, means anything I can prepare into a textile. That can include flax, nettles, milkweed, cotton, wool, or even hair, if you're persistent enough. Wool combs, as the name implies, are often used with wool or hair, as are carding combs. Other fibers like flax, nettles, or milkweed, might require a flax hackle to catch the narrower fibers. Fortunately, we have both in the Etsy store.
Joseph & Aubrey Bjork