Cotton core to your door…

Hello to all our mill friends! We are finally all set up again to sell cotton core, delivered to your door. This product is one of the ways we raise funds for our family’s homeschool curriculum. Our family has been in transition mode since November selling our milling equipment, cleaning out the building we had been renting, and building a new barn/office on our property to house products and run the day to day operations of The Master Crafted. After ten months, we are back in the saddle and are able to provide you with both regular and thin cotton core spools for your rug yarn maker.

Do you need more cotton core shipped out to your mill today? Just email your order to our new designated email address – It’s our pleasure to be able to offer to you a 100% US made product for your rug yarn making needs. Spools of regular-sized cotton mop yarn are $50 per spool. We also offer a thin cotton core at $68 per spool. Pricing includes shipping if you’re east of the Mississippi. For those mills who are west of the Mississippi, there is a 12% shipping charge applied. We so appreciate your support of our family business!

When you email us your order be sure to include your name, business name, and shipping address. Thanks in advance.

Brief family update if you’re interested…

Our oldest son Pierce graduated high school in 2017 and is now a butcher apprentice and on a path to be a traditional whole beast butcher. Our second oldest son Abe also graduated from high school in 2018 and after spending a year at Carson-Newman has transferred to NC State to join the Wolfpack for football this fall – Abe is a business finance major. Our third oldest boy Sam was recently given the honor of being accepted at The Baylor School in Chattanooga, where he will spend his last two years of high school. We’re all excited about the opportunities he will have their to learn and prepare himself for college.

Both Ruthie and Luci (our two oldest girls) are going to be in the Challenge Program this year, and Jesse (our youngest boy) will be finishing up his final year of Essentials through Classical Conversations. We’ve really enjoyed raising our children and feel blessed to be a part of a fiber community that has been super supportive over the years.

And last but not least, our family said goodbye this spring to our dear Paisley. She was a great family dog and everyone was crushed but knew the time would come sooner or later. We still and always will miss her.

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