SWAG noun a curtain or piece of fabric fastened so as to hang in a drooping curve. a festoon or garland. a depression in the earth. a suspended cluster (as of evergreen branches). promotional merchandise given away at trade fairs and events. informal money or goods taken by a thief or burglar. verb arrange in Read More

The Wonders of Silk

Luxury, beauty, refinement, elegance, sensuality-silk is synonymous with all of these. NO FIBER-natual or manmade-rivals its versatility. Silk is light but strong, smooth and soft, supremely adaptable. It can be made wonderfully warm or deliciously cool. It can be dyed with infinite subtlety or boldness of color. When worn draped, its fluidity is spellbinding. Silk Read More


Wool is sheared off of the animal once a year.┬áThe shorn wool coat is called a fleece. It is also called “grease wool” because of the oil and lanolin in the wool. This fleece must be cleaned before it can be processed into wool yarn. There is vegetable matter, manure and natural oil that must Read More

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