Keith and Laura Enoch specialized in 18th and 19th century reproduction pieces made of wool, wood and wrought iron. Laura made standing wool rugs and hooked rugs along with offering reclaimed wool for sale to other rug makers. Keith turned candle stands and other wooden ware on a treadle lathe in addition to making looms and tools for the spinner and weaver along with small cupboards and hearth stools. Together they offered carded wool roving, batting and hand spun yarn from sheep raised on their farm.
At one time, they operated Enoch's Thistledew Farm in Chippewa Lake, Ohio. They have not applied to enter the Directory of Traditional American Crafts since 2009.
Keith Enoch has been selected for the following Directories:
Biography updated October 3, 2016 Contact information updated June 1, 2009
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