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I’d love to hear from you, so feel free to shoot me an email at hello@woolful.com

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There’s fun to be had and plenty of opportunities to discover. I’m always happy to be a resource, consult, or collaborator. From fiber industry perspective and resources, to brand strategy and design, to dreaming big…I’d love to help in any way I can. Email hello@woolful.com

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Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

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6 Comments

  • Reply Lisa Thompson December 6, 2015 at 2:45 pm

    Hi Ashley!

    I’m just one of your many fans! Love your podcast so much!

    Me being to absent minded and crazy busy teaching preschool failed to order one of those beautiful calendars. Will there by chance be a second printing? I would so love to get one. It is absolutely gorgeous!

    Thank you for being you and all you do!
    Lisa Thompson

  • Reply Kate Painter January 18, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Ashley,
    You should join us at our spin-ins! I would love to meet you. We met on Saturday at the Bonners Ferry museum, and we’ll meet there again in March. Our next meeting is at the Boundary County Extension Office in Bonners Ferry, Feb. 13 (Saturday) from 10-2, potluck. I’m the Ag. Extension Educator here, but formally I had a handspinning flock for 25 years and started a fiber supply business that I later sold (Paradise Fibers).

  • Reply Rebecca Flores February 25, 2016 at 9:22 am

    I am so glad I discovered you on Instagram! I am knew to knitting and fiber arts, and really enjoy seeing the process from raw to spun wool. My goals are to not only become proficient at knitting, but also learn how to spin my own yarn one day. I have some catching up to do, as I am just getting started with your podcasts. Congratulations on producing such gorgeous skeins. As my skills improve, I plan to support with purchases. Lots for me to learn, but am very motivated. Such a wonderful page. 🙂

  • Reply Ron Ulrich March 15, 2016 at 3:34 am

    As a recent inductee to the fiber world I have already been bitten by the bug and, while needle felting seems to be my thing, I can’t stop buying, looking at, and touching different fleecy mediums. I’ve already collected a half dozen Jacob fleece that are just sitting in the shed until the day comes that I fully understand how to work with them, but knowing I’ll have the opportunity to take something so raw and turn it into something amazing with only the work of my hands is an inspiring thought. As someone who spends most of my time backpacking the mountains and hills during the summer, this has opened the door to a very dangerous and FUN winter pastime. I’ve been posting my creations on FB which led a friend to send me your podcast. I’m taking it in one episode at a time so as not to catch them all up too quickly. I love hearing the stories of others and their journeys shared for us to enjoy. It is SUCH a great surprise to pull up the website and see that you’re nearly a neighbor. I moved here ten years ago from the Midwest and this area continues to change and shape my life. Thanks for this wonderful website and an incredible podcast!

  • Reply Nancy Warren December 19, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    I am listening to all your podcasts from the beginning, marathon style while I knit , knit, knit. This is how I like to spend winter! You do a terrific job — the interviews are informative and inspiring. Thanks for making my knitting time multi-tasking time.

  • Reply Sheila June 20, 2017 at 10:48 am

    Amazing story of your adventures into publishing and designing. Thank you for sharing
    I am a knitter on the west coast of Canada and being able to receive your wonderful book Maine would make my day!…no year !Lol

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