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'Shop local' movement drives sales of American-made yarn
by Shireen Korkzan

The Associated Press    Translate This Article
24 December 2018

On 24 December 2018 The Associated Press reported: It began when Debbie McDermott allowed her daughter Jamie to raise two sheep for a 4-H project. Eventually, her 165-year-old farm was transformed into a successful, family-run, custom fiber processing mill. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of business and environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

McDermott's Stonehedge Fiber Mill, which opened in 1999 in East Jordan, Michigan, now produces more than 700 pounds of yarn monthly for customers in 38 states and Canada. It produces an additional 15,000 pounds monthly for its personal lines of yarn, including Shepherd's Wool, which is milled and dyed in-house before it's shipped and sold in about 300 shops.

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