Friday, March 02, 2012

Wool skirtings: are the part of the fleece that is usually thrown away, including all of the belly wool, and the wool from the face, head, lower legs and britch (crotch) area. This wool is either too short, uneven in quality or too dirty to be used as easily or in the same ways as the rest of the fleece.

It was headed to a landfill, so I salvaged it. and am now trying to think of uses for it. Bird nesting material. Mulch. Organic, biodegradable landscape fabric. Or felt. Hmmm.

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