For thousands of years the making of cloth, baskets and nets has been the work of a village. Shepherds provided the wool. Farmers and foragers gave us flax, cotton and silk, and the dyes for all the myriad colors. Then there was the washing and carding and spinning and dying and weaving. And finally, the cloth was made into clothing or bags or blankets.
It still takes a village. It takes a village to not only produce, but to remember and to dream.
Wild Moon Fiber Arts dreams of that village here in the high desert of Joshua Tree. And, more than dreaming, it is the goal to create it. We may be starting small and quiet, but the dream is big and the potential is real. Welcome to our journey.