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Woolen Travels

It always amazes me how many talented artists and craftsmen (and women) of all types we have in Cordova. This is my first post in a series focusing on some of the amazing artists and entrepreneurs of Cordova.

Shelly Kocan provides acupuncture and other treatments at Ilanka Clinic by day and is a yarn-dyeing fiber fanatic by night. You may recognize her from previous posts. Her company (Snow Capped Yarns) and her website (Woolen Travels) can give a much better introduction than I can. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Shelly! :)

Gravina…our first American Yarn β€” Woolen Travels.

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3 thoughts on “Woolen Travels

  1. Lisa says:

    The empowering movement of woman in Alaska..what a beautiful thing. Makes me want to grab my cameras & my laptop and head up your way πŸ™‚ Thank you.

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