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February with Renaissance Dyeing

Written by [email protected] on Jan. 31, 2022 in Dye House News, merinos d'arles, newsletter, Poll Dorset, sale

The last Newsletter encountered a glitch and I don't know if any of you received it. If you did I apologise for the repetition. Then we ourselves encountered a glitch in the form of a covid infection. But now all glitches are behind us and we wish you all a colourful, creative and healthy 2022!

We seem to have missed nearly everything, maybe you are feeling like that too, so we thought to have a

FEBRUARY MARKET KNITTING SALE of the fingering weight wool!

From February 4th - 12th noon inclusive. There will be an online sale of the Poll ...

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Welcoming the new crewel / lace-weight wool.

Written by [email protected] on Sept. 14, 2021 in Bulletin, Dye House News, embroidery, Lace Knitting, La Laine, sale

Some of you might have seen the Instagram post about the new wool arriving. We are hereby celebrating its arrival with a white sale

When we first started out we used to buy the wool we needed in 100kg lots from good old Bradford, even when the world wool prices started soaring we sourced our wool there. That is until the minimum order was raised to 1000 kg. That was a little too much for our purse! Knowing that it was vitally important that our crewel embroidery wool was of the best quality we turned to our friends at Biella ...

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Late Spring Sale

Written by [email protected] on May 29, 2019 in Dye House News, Lace Knitting, La Laine, merinos d'arles, newsletter, sale

Yes, you heard right, we are having a SPRING SALE, we thought it might cheer everyone up in this eternal wet spring we are having! There is no code needed instead I am reducing all the prices of all kinds of wool across the web-site by 15%

This will include the 3 kits that use the main embroidery range, the main range itself and its Elizabethan sister. And of course the individual skeins and hanks of:-

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