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Our featured artist for this month is Sarah Vaci who originally trained as a filmmaker and animator at the Kent Institute of Art and Design and at Goldsmiths College in London.
Our October tutorial from Nancy at Flights of Fancy shows us how to make a pretty flower corsage as a brooch or gift for your friends and family!
This month our Fibre Focus talks about the Cheviot Sheep that originated in the Cheviot Hills, from which this breed of sheep gets its name, on the borderline between England and Scotland.
Our featured artist for this month is Eileen Williams and she is a feltoholic! She came across needle felting very late in life, totally by accident when she visited her cousin in Ireland three years ago!
This month our Fibre Focus talks about the Teeswater Sheep. Did you know that the principal use for the Teeswater is in the production of a crossbred ewe, the Masham?
Nancy guides us through the process of how to make a pretty bell flower, perfect if you’re a beginner starting out on your felting hobby. These flowers are great for hanging in your garden!
This month our Fibre Focus talks about the Merino sheep, which is an economically influential breed of sheep prized for its wool. The breed originated in Spain, but the modern Merino was domesticated in New Zealand and Australia.
Our featured artist for this month is Edward Scott, who is a Science teacher and farmer from Cumbria!
We know how much you love our range of mixed merino bags, so we’ve made them even better with our newly improved custom bag maker!
Our unusual fibres are made using exotic and rare materials, such as rose, pearl, banana and milk protein! So if you want to add an unconventional element to your latest spinning or blending project you’ve come to the right place!
Sarah is a fine wool artist and creates stunningly realistic creations with her needle skills. Take a look at her catalog of eyes that won our competition...
This month our Fibre Focus talks about the Perendale Sheep - a great breed which we stock in an amazing variety including scoured lambswool, carded batts and natural tops!
We are constantly amazed and impressed by the wonderful items you - our lovely customers - are able to create with our products; and we’re sure your fellow crafters would love to be able to recreate them for themselves.
Thank you for everyone who entered April's competition! We saw some beautiful creations and it has been the hardest month so far to pick a winner...
We love the Corriedale sheep and, more importantly, it's fantastic wool. Which is why we have so many Corriedale products - 110 to be precise!
If you’ve never made a custom blend with our bespoke custom blend maker you've been missing out! It’s so simple to use - all you need is a little imagination (and we know you have loads!) and the result is a beautiful blend featuring your favourite fibres and colours.
Thank you to everyone who entered this month's #MyWowProject! We're in awe at some of the incredible creations you've been busy making this month!
Take a look at this week's winning entry!
This month our fibre focus talks about the Southdown sheep - did you know that the Southdown is the oldest of the terminal sire breeds in the UK?
Sharon is an artist specialising in felt pictures which she creates with wet felting, needle felting, hand and machine embroidery.
Emma is a needle felting artist based in the beautiful countryside of Oxfordshire, where she lives with her 2-year-old daughter, fiancé, her lop-eared rabbit Willow, and her famously noisy ducks Ruby and Flynn!