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Newsletter #3

A week of many firsts

A week ago today we had our last training session. Since then, there have been many firsts: first roving, first yarn (!!), first major static battle with wool flying everywhere (that was yesterday). Peggy took a quiet moment to reflect on this time of new beginnings for the blog.

TRAINING COMES TO AN END

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“If those ladies can run the equipment as well as Michael did, (the yarn) will be gorgeous and definitely worth the trip.”
Those were the words of local sheep farmer Elaine Fortin as quoted in last Sunday's article in our local newspaper. Valley News Business Writer John Lippman wrote up a great piece that sums up our story and what we're trying to do with JFM quite nicely.
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Thank you, fiber farmers!

We're new at this whole mill operating thing so it's essential for us to get a ton of practice before we touch your hard-earned wool. We put out a call for donated fleece and you more than delivered!
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