Season 14, Episode 5

Alethea Kenney and Linda Johnson-Morke of the Tapestry Felted Traditional Mongolian Yurt Protect continue their work to create a yurt with a wool mural that details the traditional Mongolian practices of building a yurt. They work with a dedicated team of artists to paint these images in wool and explain the processes necessary for working with natural animal fibers to complete their work. Johnson-Morke tells of touring our region with this meta tribute to yurts and the culture that created them. Continued from Part 1.

Sustainable Sheep and Fiber Community of Northern Minnesota:

Tapestry Felted Traditional Mongolian Yurt Protect

Groovy Yurts

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