April 19, 2012
Been to Tajikistan lately? Neither have I. But thanks to the wonders of yarn, I've just spent the day with a group of angora goats raised in the Asht region of northern Tajikistan. The fibers are being harvested, cleaned, prepared, and handspun into yarn as part of an international development project. Its name, Mohair Magic.
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Serving up Mohair Magic and a Meyer lemon
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