Clements works with a variety of yarns but mostly sources her wool from Meadowcroft Farm in Maine, and Cestari Sheep and Wool Company in Virginia. The organic cotton she uses comes from California. Direct involvement with farmers is a part of the process Clements finds especially rewarding. She’s invested in “the relationship between the land, the farmer, the weaver, the stitcher, the end product, and the consumer. In that whole relationship everybody supports each other around a central product.”
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Clements works with a variety of yarns but mostly sources her wool from Meadowcroft Farm in Maine, and Cestari Sheep and Wool Company in Virginia. The organic cotton she uses comes from California. Direct involvement with farmers is a part of the process Clements finds especially rewarding. She’s invested in “the relationship between the land, the farmer, the weaver, the stitcher, the end product, and the consumer. In that whole relationship everybody supports each other around a central product.”