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Tine & Floyd


While training a sheepdog, the proprietor of Tine & Floyd noticed that fleeces were being used as dog bedding. The trainer explained that wool prices were so low that shearing costs couldn’t be recouped. What’s more, there was little demand for colored wool from rare breeds. “I pondered about that for a while, and after a few months decided that I would take Sarah’s output the following year and see whether I could promote the wool and turn my crafting into a business.” Tine & Floyd colorways lean toward cooler colors in bases from lace to super bulky.


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