Reywa was founded by a couple that moved to Tibet to do some good works. They started to get the idea after feeling how soft the yaks in the heard are and observing the warmth they must have under their wooly fiber. Tibetans do not traditionally harvest the fiber form the animals for commercial yarn, but it has become a sustainable way for the tribes to earn an income. Their profits go to help those nomadic communities that herd yaks, while supplying us a fiber that is incredibly soft, warm and exotic. Yarns come in pure, and blends of wool or silk, YUM.
Judie was an icon and constant in Sheep’s Clothing. She started working for Jimalee just after moving to Kennewick, when the store was across from Winco. She was encouraged to teach classes and did so 4 days a week for over 15 years. Judie learned to knit and crochet at age 3, from “Grandmom”, who […]