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London-Wul is a fibre farm in New Brunswick Canada where animals are neither destroyed nor sold without exception. Also a national award winning shop and studio, London-Wul is home to textile artist Heidi Wulfraat.


Wednesday, January 24, 2007

V.I.P. VISITOR

There has been a celebrity in our midst....
This weekend (during a substantial snow storm) we were visited by Flat Stanley!
That's right "THE" Flat Stanley.


Flat Stanley was sent to Sandy Spiller in the state of Maine. He was mailed to Sandy by Veronica who lives in Westmoreland Kansas. Sandy brought Flat Stanley to Canada. Veronica and her classmates are taking part in The Flat Stanley Project. When Flat Stanley returns to Kansas Veronica's job will be to learn about all of the places that he has travelled and the people that he has met.


Here's Flat Stanley visiting the Museum of Hand Spinning at London-Wul Fibre Arts:

Stanley also took the V.I.P. tour through my studio. Here he is having a look at my stash of rug hooking wool and visiting with a lovely sheep felted by the talented Gwyneth Jones of Nova Scotia:


Thank you Veronica and Sandy. It was a pleasure having flat Stanley as our guest. He was an absolute gentleman.
........... Sandy, by the way, is a wonderful felt artist. You can see her work by visiting EssentaillyFelt.com.

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