Episode 79: British Sheep Conservation and Ancestral Weaving with Margaret Russell
This week on the podcast , Sarah is talking to Margaret Russell, a weaver of almost 40 years. Margaret has a long ancestral history of weaving in her family, and is weaving in the same small coastal town in Northeastern Massachusetts as her great x 9 grandfather worked as a linen weaver in 1635. Margaret is hard at work on her Preservation Wraps project, which is a series of weavings that supports the conservation of watchlisted breeds of British Sheep.
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