- Great preview Review by Pam
Robin said she "Enjoyed picking the fiber off of the animal. She didn't say anything about them being butchered.
It would be senseless to sheer them them kill them. You would be able to get any more wool off of them. I use to raise Angora Rabbits and I had to sheer them every 3 months or so. I waited til their wool was about 4" long and then would sheer them.
So tell your daughter we're not mean to animals!!
There is a video on YouTube that shows a lady spinning straight off of an Angora Rabbit. Check it out.
(Posted on 2/3/14)
- Good - but should have left out one piece of information Review by Katherine
This was a very good video, and now I know I have to get some fibre combs. I just wished she had left out part of one sentence. My 14 yo daughter, who loves animals, was watching part of it with me when the host of the video was talking about some fibre that was shorter, and explained that it was from a lamb that was shorn before it went to the butcher. My daughter was horrified. She said "You mean, they shaved a lamb bald and sent it to be KILLED!" I had to reassure her that most sheep are not immediately sent to the butcher after shearing, but I really wish the host had not shared that information on the video. It really turns off the kids, and it was not necessary information for the topic.
(Posted on 12/29/13)
- Wonderful educational video Review by Catherine
I knew what combed fiber was but had no idea how easy it was to do. In this video she talks you through several different types of fiber and different methods. The added stories of her past make it as entertaining as educational. I was able to combing my first set with ease and was extremely pleased with the results.
(Posted on 12/20/13)