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Winter woollies and more...

Posted by Anj Medhurst on

It seems Winter has well and truly reached us this week and the woolly jumpers are doing their job, keeping out the northerly breeze that's been accompanying the morning dog walks. I've cast on the lovely Bindrune cardigan from issue 23 of pompom quarterly in these muted Léttlopi shades. The dark peaty black for the main, muted deep green for the cuffs and the light ash for the contrast... (Light Ash Heather, Black Sheep Heather & Rough Sea) I did start off with an orange contrast (predictable, me?) but decided after half a sleeve that it was just a little but...

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New season... fresh feel.

Posted by Anj Medhurst on

The last year has been filled with research and discovery as we’ve set up our very own mini dye studio and launched our hand dyed yarn range. It seems it’s just a hop, skip and a jump from picking up a pair of knitting needles and tentatively casting on a wonky scarf, to running a yarn store, to creating the wares by-our-very-own-selves.The past eight years spent scouring the planet for beautiful indie dyed yarn has been amazing and it wasn’t until the first few drops of dye hit the pans and I immersed those first few skeins of natural white...

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