FullCWool

Wool Sponges and more, from Climate Beneficial(TM) wool

Ukiah, California

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Note from shop owner To everyone interested in our natural and climate beneficial wool products,

We're sorry to let you know that we're experiencing an unexpected disruption in our supply and distribution capabilities right now. Due to sudden and unforeseen circumstances, we're currently looking at a 3-4 week delay on all orders and will be temporarily pausing new orders.

We're very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused all of you, and we thank you for your patience during these difficult times. Hopefully, we'll be back up and running soon enough, doing our part to make the world a little bit cleaner and a whole lot woolier.

- The Full Circle Wool Team

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 12, 2021

To everyone interested in our natural and climate beneficial wool products,

We're sorry to let you know that we're experiencing an unexpected disruption in our supply and distribution capabilities right now. Due to sudden and unforeseen circumstances, we're currently looking at a 3-4 week delay on all orders and will be temporarily pausing new orders.

We're very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused all of you, and we thank you for your patience during these difficult times. Hopefully, we'll be back up and running soon enough, doing our part to make the world a little bit cleaner and a whole lot woolier.

- The Full Circle Wool Team

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About FullCWool

Sales 1,379
On Etsy since 2017

Full Circle Wool is your source for wool sponges & more, made from Climate Beneficial Wool, verified by Fibershed.

Full Circle Wool started in an effort to connect people with land. From the soil, to the grasses, to the sheep, to you, and then composted back into the soil, you too can participate in a healthy and regenerative system! This full circle includes you!

Shop members

  • Marie

    Owner

    Marie coordinates Full Circle Wool and is dedicated to making regenerative ag accessible. She is the wool scouter & buyer, oversees production from raw wool to batting & felt, cuts, packages, markets, and ships product. She loves being inventive.

  • Bonnie

    Maker

    Bonnie sews and knits for Full Circle Wool. She is a needle artist whose art forms include sewing, knitting, crochet, and small weavings. She has been knitting for 59 years.

  • Lisa the Sheep

    Spokesheep

    Lisa the Sheep is a Ouessant sheep, the first one born to my flock. In real life she is usually the sheep that will come up and greet visitors while the others are shy. Online, she has become a figure who tells the story of a sheep's life.

Production partners

  • Bollman

    San Angelo, TX

    Wool scouring service, uses biodegradable soap

  • Foxfibre

    Guinda, CA

    Sally Fox grows cotton in the Capay Valley of CA, using Organic, Biodynamic, and Climate Beneficial practices. Her cotton is undyed, the color is naturally colorgrown.

  • Golden State Tannery

    Turlock, CA

    Tannery

  • Greenhorns

    Pembroke, ME

    Our mission is to promote, support, and recruit young farmers in America. We are a community powered studio dedicated to grassroots media, cultural programming and land repair for the benefit of the human and non-human worlds.

  • Huston Textile Company

    Rancho Cordova, CA

    Weaving facility specializing in antique weaving equipment and natural fibers.

  • JG Switzer

    Sebastopol, CA

    JG Switzer provides us with needle felting services.

  • Lani's Lana

    Cedarville, CA

    Lani's Lana grows wool in Modoc County, CA and operates under a Carbon Farm Plan, making them a Climate Beneficial wool grower.

  • Mendocino Wool & Fiber Inc

    Ukiah, CA

    Local wool mill, they wash, card, and comb the wool into roving.

  • Snow Peak Fiber Mill

    Lebanon, OR

    A small scale family owned fiber mill, these folks do the felting of the wool.

  • Stemple Creek Ranch

    Tomales, CA

    The first ranch in the US to use a Carbon Farm Plan.

  • Valley Oak Wool Mill

    Woodland, CA

    Owned and operated by Marcail McWilliams, see https://www.valleyoakwoolmill.com/

  • Yan's International

    Stockton, CA

    Offers wool carding services

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