Here’s an excerpt from the Etsy post which explains the Fibershed Project:
In September of 2010, Rebecca pledged for one year to wear only garments made from fiber grown within a 150-mile radius of her front door, just north of San Francisco. Rebecca spins, weaves, knits, felts, and sews her own clothes — from organic cotton, wool, alpaca, and angora — and dyes them with plant material she grows herself or harvests in the wild. The goal of this endeavor – called the Fibershed Project — is to show that beauty and fashion can support sustainability, local economies, and regional agriculture.
Image courtesy of Paige Green.