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Thread: Wool

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    Does anyone know of good site for wool for quilters and rug hooking?

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    a few months ago in Indiana I went to a fiber show and ladies were using wool and hooking the rugs, is an awesome craft

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    Here is where I buy a lot of my wool!
    http://raminthethicket.ecrater.com/

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    Also check out Sylvia's blog!
    http://excessive-compulsive-sewing.blogspot.com/

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    I used to look for wool skirts at the thrift store, but I think everyone does now, I never see them, lol!

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    thrift stores and yard sales are the BEST RESOURCE for wool!!!
    i literally save thousands of dollars every year purchasing wool garments, de-constructing and washing/drying--i have yards and yards of the most wonderful wools for applique/quilting and rug hooking.
    there is one lqs around here that sells yardage for $25 a yard...
    the wools i find are so much better than her yardage.
    sites to visit;
    primative gatherings
    sue spargo
    backyard gathering
    the cotton patch quilt shoppe (in East Tawas, Mi)
    fabric.com
    marcus brothers

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