Wooly Girls

“When we first started this, and we were going to art shows and stuff, there were very few artists that were depicting the prairie. They had the mountains and the oceans, and we thought well … the prairie is beautiful,”

Diane Schill and Janet Jacobson didn't come up with the “Wooly Girls” moniker, though it fits their operation perfectly. From their farm in Langdon, North Dakota, the pair raises sheep from birth and uses the harvested wool to create colorful works of fabric art. Diane and Janet love running their small business in North Dakota, where the surrounding Great Plains provides the inspiration for their unique creations.

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