ReWoolables’ Flock

These are business that I admire, patron, or chat with.  Check them out!  Support the small business owner.

www.essentialherbal.com: I garden, specifically with herbs.  This is a GREAT resource of information and experience.  Download a free copy of their magazine.  You won’t be disappointed.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/girlwithasword: She hand dyes her wool with herbs from her garden. I’ve purchased from her and really enjoy the colors of her yarn. She also has an herb shop: www.prairielandherbs.com

www.connerprairie.org: Living history museum in Fishers, near my home.  I volunteer in the gardens there.  Aside from my home, it is my haven.

aquarianbath.com: Hand made, all natural herbal products.

www.goodearthapparel.com : An organization that raises money to help community projects, charities, and anything that promotes the well-being of our community (the local and global).  Check out their cool t-shirts and know that you are helping others in need.

ufseeds.com: Urban Farmer Seeds in Westfield, Indiana.  Heirloom and GMO-free seeds packaged in magazine pages, donated by the local library.  Recycle!

https://www.facebook.com/TransformationsArtBarn : A nifty old red barn full of upcycled, repurposed, recycled handmade goodies!  Located just outside of South Haven, Michigan – which is on the lake.  So…for a rainy day on your vacation, be sure to stop by.

http://www.rustichickoryfurniture.com/american/wildwood.html  : American Wildwood Gallery located in Rushville, Indiana.  Strictly American and handmade items.  Open during fall and winter seasons – perfect for Christmas shopping.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caseys-Dry-Goods/139519642852508 : Casey’s Dry Goods at Constantine’s Nursery in Richfield, OH.  This shop has an old-time general store feel to it.  The owner spends a few weeks in the off season traveling and shopping for unique items.

 

 

 

 

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