We wish a colourful, peaceful and healthy 2020 to all our dear customers.
A big thank you for supporting our little artisan business, it is greatly appreciated especially as we are not always so hot on social media.
There are few shades of the Merinos d'Arles at a lower price to help you kick off to a warm natural New Year.
Here is a brief whizz through some of the things we will be making and doing in 2020.
Punchneedle We have sold punch-needle kits for quite a few years now, ever since we teamed up with the talented punchneedle artist Joni Black. The combination of Joni's designs and our naturally dyed fine embroidery wool is a atmospherically traditional piece. So now we have added some specialist punch needle fabrics and a punch needle to our collection and more kits are in the pipeline. You can find all these in our new Punchneedle page
We have a few markets coming up soon!
- two old favourites:- la Fête de la Laine in Crest, February 8th - 9th Here is a link to the programme
and Pour l'Amour du Fil in Nantes. April 22nd. - 25th.
- And this year we are really going to make it to Knit at Motoco 2 in Mulhouse - May 16th -17th.
Exploring Natural Dyeing workshop We are opening booking for this summer's Exploring Natural Dyes Workshop - the 4 days will be from Sunday 28th June to July 1st. inclusive. It will include a bit of garden and hedgerow exploring this year and some shibori on antique French linen. Check out the link for more information and a booking form.
Our naturally dyed Poll Dorset wool has been selected by Julie Weisenberger of Cocoknits to use in the September Travelling Yarns workshop at [Chateau Dumas.](https://chateaudumas.net/travelling-yarns-1 I will be there on the first day to hand over the Poll Dorset selected by the students, to explain where the wool comes from and how it is dyed and then the next morning we will have a hands-on natural dyeing session!
You can see more of these happenings on our Events page
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