Projects with our wool
Our main product is naturally dyed yarns but we also undertake commissions, usually for historical reconstruction. In recent years these have included:
Dyeing and weaving costume fabrics to archaeological specifications for 10th century Jorvik Viking Museum in York.
Dyeing and weaving for Barley Hall Museum in York. 15th Century reconstruction of Lord Mayor's House.
Dyeing and weaving fabrics for cope, altar frontals and other fabrics and dyeing wools for chancel carpet for Oxford City Church.
Dyeing and weaving fabrics for Viking costumes for the National Maritime Museum.
Supplying appropriat naturally dyed yarns to Madeira Threads (UK) Ltd for Jan Messent's reconstruction of the missing panel of the 11th century Bayeux Tapestry.
Dyeing yarns for 17th century upholstery reproduction.
Dyeing yarns for 17th century refurbishment of Plas Mawr in Conway, North Wales.
Dyeing fabrics for the Royal Museum in Canterbury for a display of life in the 1st century.
Work for several other museums and churches and a great variety of special projects.