DIY Niddy Noddy - FiberArtsy.com
DIY Niddy Noddy, easy instructions for making your own Niddy Noddy. This niddy noddy can be adjusted to create yarn skeins of various length.
Nurturing Fibres Eco-Cotton is a versatile cotton yarn, ideal for both knitting and crochet. It is a DK and is wonderfully soft and can be worn against your skin. We love this cotton yarn for knitting baby clothes. Eco-Cotton is dyed in small dye lots; occasionally, we have mixed dye lots available. We will always do our best to match colours, if they are very different, we will email you before we send. Nurturing Fibres is based in South Africa. Their Eco Cotton is locally grown, and while…
Erika Knight knitting patterns, ethical wool & yarns - From Britain with Love
Erika Knight knitting patterns ethical wool and yarns Erika’s story Erika started out as a fine art student in Brighton but couldn’t keep from raiding the stores in the fashion department in search of textiles. She went with the flow and, armed with “massive ignorance and enthusiasm”, co-launched what became Read more [...]
John Arbon ethical yarns & textiles - From Britain with Love
Discover beautiful John Arbon ethical yarns, knitted socks and knitting patterns all made in England with love and care by John, Juliet and their team
How to Use a Niddy Noddy
How to Use a Niddy Noddy: Most of you are probably wondering “What the heck is a Niddy Noddy?!” At least that is what I was like until I learned how to use one for the first time. To satisfy your curiosity, a Niddy Noddy is tool used to wind yarn into a skein and can also be…
How to Knit a Striped Blanket
How to Knit a Striped Blanket - The Striped Blanket combines the simplicity of a strippy quilt with the busyness of leftover colourful sock yarns wonderfully well particularly when edged with the delicious Blueberry Bonbon contrast colour.
Knitting Yarns, Crochet Yarns and Patterns - The Fibre Co.
At The Fibre Co. we work with a variety of producers and artisans to create knitting yarns and patterns that delight and inspire the enthusiast maker.
The Fibre Company - Cumbria Fingering Weight
Cumbria, from The Fibre Company, is soft, pretty and a great yarn for garments and accessories. Inspired by our Northwest region it's a blend of Masham sheep, fine merino and mohair. The natural yarn is a light brown/grey shade and then is overdyed giving deep, saturated colours. Lovely! Also available in a worsted weight. Yarn Composition: 60% merino wool, 30% brown masham wool, 10% mohair Suggested Needle Size: 4 - 5mm needles Suggested Tension: 26 - 30 sts per 10 cm…
Knitting Yarns on Cone and Ball from Yeoman Yarns
Yeoman Yarns is the UK's leading online store for Knitting Yarns & Wools, on ball or cone, for hand knitting or machine knitting. We sell direct to the consumer and also as a supplier of wholesale wool & yarns to retailers.
Donegal Darnie - Wild and Woolly
Fibre: 100% wool Yardage: 410m per 100g skein Gauge: 28 stitches to 10cm Recommended Needle size: 2.25-3.25mm We take our job as yarn scouts very seriously here. We love finding yarns that may not be as familiar as others and share with you why we fell in love with them. This yarn from the Donegal Wool Spinning Company in Ireland is a case in point. This 2 stranded woollen spun 4ply yarn appears rustic but because it is made from 100% lambswool it is deceptively soft. in a range of beautiful…
Exmoor Sock 4ply -
Our Exmoor Sock yarn enhances the durable character and bounce of the fibre from our local Exmoor Blueface sheep – a cross breed of the Exmoor Horn (full bodied and hard-wearing) and the Bluefaced Leicester (renowned for its softness and lustre). We’ve added naturally dark browny-black Devon Zwartbles giving extra bounce and a subtle fleck of colour, plus Falklands Corriedale to enhance softness and stitch definition and a hint of Nylon for durability. Our new Exmoor Sock yarn not only…
British Stein Fine Wool® Sock - Inconsolable
British Hand Dyed Stein Fine Wool British Yarn from our own farm on the Surrey Hampshire borders. We have developed our own range of fine wool yarns, from our pedigree flock of gotland, shetland and merino sheep. Raised on conservation meadows, and shorn by Susie at Christmas for the best quality fibre. Washed in Yorks