Fifth Fence Farm Creates Cozy, Eco Chic Wool Throws

February 6, 2014 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Michael and Vera brought their first lambs home in 2012, and were instantly enamored. Today, they operate Fifth Fence Farm in Charlotte, Vermont, and produce small-batch wool throws in classic plaited twill and herringbone patterns. Their flock of sixteen sheep are fed on grass, minerals and kelp and grow full, radiant fleeces. Fifth Fence Farm throws are available in four patterns, all named for ewes in the flock: Mona, Iris, Elba and Sparrow. Read the rest of Fifth Fence Farm Creates Cozy, Eco Chic Wool Throws Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: charlotte , eco-friendly fabrics , Fifth Fence Farm , green design , green interiors , sustainable design , sustainable housewares , Sustainable Interiors , sustainable wool , vermont        

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