You may not know that as a carpet man, my husband is associated with a premier natural wool carpet company, Hibernia Carpet. Every time they construct a carpet, there are cone ends that are not used which get stored in their warehouse until someone decides to houseclean.  This is happening for the second time in about 5 years and I have more
yarn that I have any excuse to need coming my way. I do have a great project idea developing, but the last time I received a bounty from Hibernia, it took me 2 years to make 5 rugs and still had a stash of yarn I shared. I am just not a production rug weaver, I guess.

If you are interested in being inspired to work with yarns from Wools of New Zealand and Great Britain, go to Hibernia Carpet, check out the product for color samples and see what there is to see. I am not sure what the cost is, other than it is amazingly reasonable. And they are really interested in letting this product get into the hands of people who will make great use of it.

For further information, contact Debbie[at] or see me: Lana Schneider

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About Lana Schneider

I began weaving and spinning in 1986 in SoCal and it quickly became a lifelong challenge and compulsion. I brought my interests and skills to the NW in 1992 and have been teaching, encouraging and challenging new fiber artists as often as I can. And I am challenged and encouraged every time I am around other weavers/spinners/fiber folk.