Yarn outlets

Renaissance Dyeing is a specialist in hand-dyed crewel wool. Below you will find a list of retailers that stock our yarn. If you are interested in seeing the natural dyed wools and can not find an outlet near you, you can place order through this web site. Consider our offer of Textile Packs or order a few of your favourite shades from the two naturally dyed ranges.

Retailers who would like to sell our crewel wool please contact us for trade terms.

Europe

Germany

Nehelenia Patterns
Tel in Germany: (02383) 912945

www.neheleniapatterns.com
Europe's largest distributor for authentic historical sewing supplies, with a website in both German and English.

United Kingdom

The Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull, Pembroke House,
Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria CA16 6TS.

Tel: +44 (0) 17683 53683

www.crewelwork.com

Phillipa Turnbull has been producing beautiful historic embroidery kits for over 25 years as well as offering Needlework Tours & Embroidery Retreats.

Laurelin
Surrey, UK
www.laurelin.co.uk

Laurelin's online store provides specialist embroidery supplies. We also attend craft events across the UK. Our crewel work kits feature Renaissance Dyeing crewel yarn and of course you can buy the 25m crewel skeins on our web-site , see above)

Stitched Textiles
Annette Bolton,
Friars Cottage,
Burnbake Road,
Verwood, Dorset,
BH31 6ES,
Tel: 01202 824015
www.annettebolton.co.uk
Embroidery workshops using beautiful Renaissance Wool

United States

Brooklyn General Stores

128 Union Street,

Brooklyn, New York 11231.

Tel: 718-237-7753

www.brooklyngeneral.com

Quite simply: Your source for all your making needs in New York.

Bazaar Girls
919 Washington St., Port Townsend, WA 98368,
United States.
Tel: 360-379-9273
www.bazaargirls.com
An extraordinary yarn shop in Port Townsend, WA.

With Needle in Hand
224A Boardman Canfield Road,
Boardman, OH 44512,
United States.
Tel: (330) 758-8122,
www.withneedleinhand.net/
Carrying supplies for many types of needlework styles.

The Noble Thread

The Noble Thread is all about the passion for Early American Embroidery. www.thenoblethread.com