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Episode Info: This week Felicia welcomes Coty Jeronimus to The SweetGeorgia Show. Coty is one of the  co-founders of Nomad Noos: a new mission-driven luxury yarn company that is dedicated to the concept of slow cloth and slow fashion. Coty and her co-founder Alessandra work to bring handspun, sustainably sourced yarn from Mongolia and Nepal to the hand knitting community. At the core of their mission is this question: What if your favourite knitted project not only gives you a good feeling but also has a positive impact on the world too? Please join Felicia and Coty as they discuss the process of making beautiful and sustainable yarn!   "...I was like wow you know I like to knit and I like yarns and I... really want to do something and to show that even with a small brand you can be transparent and you can be traceable and doing good... as a knitter you take time to knit and then have a supply chain where also this is valued.. that was in fact the seed to start Nomad Noos" - Coty on the reason behind the creation of Nomad Noos   In this episode, we talk about: 2:14 Coty explains what the Nomad Noos business entails 3:30 Coty chats about the kinds of animal fibre Nomand Noos uses in their yarns and how it's collected 8:28 Felicia and Coty chat about how the fibre is processed after being collected 10:36 Felicia asks Coty about the team of spinners Nomad Noos employs and their kickstarter campaign 17:24 Discussing what happens to the yarns after they are spun 21:49 How Nomad Noos got started 26:30 Discussing the value of slow cloth and slow fashion 28:21 What does the name "Nomad Noos" mean? 29:28 Where to find Nomad Noos online 31:27 Felicia's Final Notes   Here's Where You Can Find Nomad Noos: Website: Kickstarter Campaign (ends June 14th 2019): Instagram: Facebook:   Thanks for Listening! Thank you so much for joining us this episode! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your fellow fibre art friends. And if you like what we're doing here, please leave a rating and review on iTunes for the show. We read each and every email and bit of feedback, whether it’s on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, so we welcome your comments. Thank you all so much for your continued support of our show! Until next time, enjoy colour!   Music Credits: Playbook of Happiness – by RimskyMusic Click to subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Stitcher Radio Subscribe on Spotify...
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