Amy has a decades-long career in land conservation, and a passion for supporting the viability of working lands and agriculture.
She wanted to figure out a way to share what she grew to love about wool – its natural qualities, and its practical uses. So, she bought a felting loom, began experimenting with Pozzi Wool, and developed the products. In September of 2013, she bought a booth spot at Sonoma County’s Heirloom Festival – and the company was up and running.
Since then, the loom has continually churned out Dish Drying Mats, Ironing Board Pads and other Sonoma Wool Company products. With demand, Amy expanded the company to the East Coast, where some of the United States' last felting mills reside. She currently resides in Brewster, Cape Cod, the same town where coincidentally, the nation's first woolen mill stood!