What happens when …
– SHEEP are grazing in the Texas Marathon basin
– Seth is turning their fleeces into beautiful YARN on his restored vintage mill equipment
– Linda is using her Hill Country DYE magic to add some color
This is a fiber crafter’s dream of “Texas in My Hands” come true
Seth and Bonnie from Marathon Basin Wool can look back to a long family tradition of sustainable wool production and processing in the Texas Marathon basin region.
Linda is the creator and owner of Wool Tree Yarns which she offers exclusively through her Lucky Ewe Yarn store. She uses her expertise in natural Texas dyes to kettle dye exquisite yarns over an open fire.
Gabi (TexasGabi) is a fiber enthusiast who knits, tests, and puts it all together.
We are proud to be an approved member of Go Texan.
“Texas in my Hands” yarns will premiere at the Houston Fiber Fest on June 21-23, 2019.
Visit us at “Lucky Ewe Yarn” (booth 203/303)
We’re here to answer any questions that you may have about “Texas in My Hands” yarns. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through the form below …
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