Maritime Family Fiber in Cutler carries on family wool tradition

by Praise Moore

When entering the Glidden’s Cutler home, I was informed by one of the children that her mommy is a “yarn worker”.

Lacie Glidden, the mother of three, has been a distributor of Briggs and Little Woolen Mills since 2017, but she has been traveling across the border to Briggs and Little since she was a baby, going with her parents who raise sheep at Wild Wind Farm in Bucks Harbor. “They would trade wool for yarn because obviously, you get a lot more wool than you can spin,” Glidden said.

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