The Adventurous Max Flax

Most children and many adults have no idea how their clothes are made. Sheep’s wool, silkworm cocoons, and the woody interior fibers of the flax plant have been turned into yarn and woven into cloth for centuries.

At one time, linen, the fabric woven from flax, clothed men, women, and children from birth to death. Max will tell you his story of how it is done and how one little stalk of flax could have a great adventure growing up.

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