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This month our Fibre Focus talks about the Zwartbles Sheep, can you guess what Zwartbles stands for?
This year to celebrate the launch of Wool Week, The Campaign for Wool will be opening the first ever 'Wool BnB', where everything from interiors to fashion will be made of Wool.
Shirley has been passionate about embroidery and the textile arts since joining the Northern Ireland Embroidery Guild, based in County Down, in the late 1980s.
Find out about the World of Wool fibres and their characteristics in the following guide...
A fulling block is an essential tool for those who are wanting a solid finished felt, helping speed up the process using ridges. Designed for both left and right handed felters.
Hand spinning is an ancient craft, which was once used for industrial purposes, but today it is enjoyed by many as a satisfying and rewarding hobby.
Did you know that the Devon sheep produces more wool per sheep than any other British breed?
All the children are going back to school soon, so we thought it would be a great time to find out some interesting facts and learn about the story of wool!
We're very excited to announce that our old faithful, loveable WoW website is getting a makeover (as we speak!).
Ramsey is a retired stunt woman and has turned her hand to music and felting, she teaches in many local schools in the American Southwest.
Find out the definitive glossary of wool terminology in our A to Z...
Reverse felting needles are used for creating 'pull back' effects such as animal hair, doll hair and a fluff effect, perfect for making animal objects!
The Herdwick Sheep is the native breed of the central and western Lake District and live on the highest of England's mountains.
Summer is here, the warm weather is upon us and you may be wondering whether it's a waste of time making wool clothing at this time of year?
Felt textile artist, Xenia Li was born in the small town of Rochegda, in the north of Russia and now lives in Sheffield, UK. Living in different parts of the world has influenced the creativity in her work.
Wool gives superior performance to man-made fibres, and as wool is a naturally occurring fibre it brings so many other amazing benefits...
Our woodland creatures range is made up of varying shades of browns to imitate animal tones. It is produced from Corriedale Fleece, approx. 29/30 Microns. It is perfect for needle felting animals.
Our thanks to Louise Richardson for this great tutorial, which she completed as part of her university studies. She studies BA (Hons) Decorative Arts at Nottingham Trent University, and one particular workshop featured feltmaking.
The Wensleydale Sheep is a very large longwool sheep, described by the British Meat and Livestock Commission as "probably the heaviest of all our indigenous breeds".
We've been working hard searching for this Season's must have colours for Summer, as we know that being 'on trend' is a must for our talented customers! So let's take a look at what we found...