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|Contents:||Introduction. Northeast. Chapter 1: Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. The Food. Sheep Dog Demonstrations. Mary Jane Socks. Spirited Entrelac Polo. Learning to Hand Dye Multicolored Yarn. Chapter 2: New York State Sheep and Wool Festival. New York Wine and Cheese. Festive Fingerless Mitts. Deep V. The Curious Ewe. Chapter 3: New Hampshire Sheep and Wool Festival. What's NEAOBA? Apple Crisp Recipe. Unmistakably Warm Cowl. Natural Alpaca Ruana. South. Chapter 4: Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair. Asheville. Quick Felted Sweater Bag. Blossom. Chapter 5: The Tennessee State Fair: A Spinning Competition and Fleece Auction. How to Wash Fleece: A General Guide. Spinning for Speed. Midwest. Chapter 6: Michigan Fiber Festival. Kumihimo. Inexpensive Tools for Spinning: A Drop Spindle. Inexpensive Tools for Knitting: Knitting Needles. Creating a Skein. Chapter 7: Heart of America Sheep Show and Fiber Fest. The New U.S. Lamb Market. Sit Upon: A Crocheted Wool Roving Seat Pad. Icelandic Winter Cap. Chapter 8: Shearing Day. Preparing for and Helping at a Sheep Shearing. Skirting a Fleece. West. Chapter 9: Black Sheep Gathering. The Woolen Mill. Fishtail Vest. Evergreen. Chapter 10: Estes Park Wool Market. Lamb's for Lunch. Mountain Ripple Socks. Men's Crochet Mock Cable Sweater. Chapter 11: The Wool Festival at Taos. New Mexico Weaving Traditions. Navajo-Churro Sheep. A Trio of Southwestern-Style Pillows. Chapter 12: Conclusions: Building Your Own Fiber Gathering. Thick & Thin Baby Coat & Cap. Classy Aran Long Skirt. Andean Plying. Techniques. Resources. Index.|
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