READ ARTICLE The claymore, or clay, is a type of textile made of volcanic rock that is often used in decorative and textiles.
It has an organic chemical composition, which is the same as that of the clay itself, but has been used for centuries to make the fibers of traditional textiles such as cotton, silk and linen.
It’s also used in the production of ceramics, leather, and leather goods.
In the U.S., the American Clay Association has more than 3,000 members, and the industry has seen a dramatic rise in the past few years.
This is the story of how one woman was able to use clay to create her own textile from scratch.
The story of a woman who transformed the traditional clay into a textile and how it made her dream come true.