FCNews and Warren Tyler featured in WONZ blog

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Warren Tyler’s last column, “Wool: The lost carpet fiber” in FCNews’ June 14/21 issue went to substantial lengths touting the benefits of wool fibers. Those of us growing up with wool rugs can appreciate the memories it conjures. My earliest memory (I think) is being eye-level with our family cats on our red and gold oriental rug.  Years later my sister and I found the same rug in storage and used it to “define a space” in a fort we built in our barn. Mom and Dad were not too happy about that.

Nonetheless, if you missed the column you can read it here.

To read the Wools of New Zealand blog entry, click here. Thanks guys!

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