Episode 115: A Design House Based in Weaverville, NC with Grace and Amalia of Echoview Fiber Mill

by LaChaun Moore

This week on the podcast I’m speaking with Amalia & Grace of Echoview Fiber Mill. Echoview is a spinning mill, knitting operation, and design house based in Weaverville, NC. They make exceptionally high quality and beautifully designed home goods, accessories, and craft knitting and weaving yarns using natural fibers like wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, and organic cotton.They also support local farmers such as Jessica Sanchez of rusted Earth Farm who was featured in Episode 92. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

Mad River Fiber Mill Susan Snider

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The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International LicenseThe musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.



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