YourDailyDoseofFiber

Natural. Minimal. Beautiful.

New York, United States · 13 Sales

YourDailyDoseofFiber

Natural. Minimal. Beautiful.

New York, United States 13 Sales On Etsy since 2017

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Announcement   Your Daily Dose of Fiber is now donating 10% of all sales to Awamaki, An organization that helps Andean fiber artists market their skills, and provides them with a reliable Source of income to improve their life and the life of their families. Now every order benefits someone else!
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Last updated on Jul 16, 2018

Your Daily Dose of Fiber is now donating 10% of all sales to Awamaki, An organization that helps Andean fiber artists market their skills, and provides them with a reliable Source of income to improve their life and the life of their families. Now every order benefits someone else!
Free Shipping in the US Always!

Emily Michetti

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Emily Michetti

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About

The Journey of Your Daily Dose of Fiber

My fiber journey began on my first mission trip to Peru, where I met and fell in love with Alpacas. Since then I have worked on an Alpaca farm, learned to knit and taught myself to spin (not to mention falling in love with the fiber arts world). Spinning has become a passion of mine and it is my favorite part of fiber arts.

Aside from Alpaca, I have come to love many different exotic fibers such as Angora, Yak, Camel, and Bison. The weirder (and softer) the better in my book! I always wanted to create a shop selling ethically sourced precious fibers and fiber goods. keeping everything in its purest state possible, no dyes, minimal processing, and natural colors. Softness is important to me, as I have had severe Eczema my whole life and so I am sourcing fibers and spinning to create the softest yarns possible.

I have always had a heart for missions and have been to Peru several times to build churches and run children's programs. My shop was formed because of my trips there and I look forward to giving back a percentage of my sales to the people of Peru. I searched for just the right cause and found Awamaki. An organization that helps women Andean fiber artist, market their skills, create small businesses and supply a steady income for them and their families. 10% of all my profits will go to help these awesome female artisans in Ollantaytambo, Peru (one of my favorite little towns in the Andes). To learn more about this non-profit and their cause go to:
https://Awamaki.org

To read more of my fiber journey visit my website at www.yourdailydoseoffiber.com
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  • Emily Michetti

    Owner, Hand Spinner

    Hey there! I am a hand spinner living in NC. I believe there is beauty in simplicity and that each fiber is beautiful in its natural state. looking forward to this journey of yarn, and wooly things for the home!

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Last updated on Mar 31, 2018
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Care instructions

Hand wash all knitted or crocheted items. All fibers are natural and will felt if agitated, lay flat to dry. Enjoy!

Pet Allergies?

All fibers and Yarns are kept in sealed containers in a safe location. However, I do share my home with two furry animals (cat & Dog). Please consider if you have pet allergies.

Custom and personalized orders

please contact me if you would like anything slightly different!