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Great Lakes Fibers

Relax & Revive

Great Lakes Fibers Maker Amy Lowery isn’t just a fan of alpacas, she’s all about them and their versatile fleece. Amy has raised these fluffy animals for over 16 years and has explored many ways to use the discarded fleece, like making dryer sheets with the fibers or using them in the car as a deodorizer. That’s when she had her aromatherapy-in-a-jar aha moment.
Great Lakes Fibers
Great Lakes Fibers
Independent Maker
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur
Relax & Revive

Great Lakes Fibers Maker Amy Lowery isn’t just a fan of alpacas, she’s all about them and their versatile fleece. Amy has raised these fluffy animals for over 16 years and has explored many ways to use the discarded fleece, like making dryer sheets with the fibers or using them in the car as a deodorizer. That’s when she had her aromatherapy-in-a-jar aha moment.

The fleece comes from Amy’s herd in Ohio as well as from alpacas at other local farms. She hand dyes the fibers and applies the essential oils. The fleece won’t absorb the oils, which helps to keep the scents potent. Use a jar for an easy in-the-moment, breathe-deep break or to naturally freshen up a small space.

Independent Maker
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur