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New undyed yarns now in stock

100% wool non-superwash 4ply (sock)mini skeins 5 x 20g

Beautiful new yarns now in stock!

Check out our fabulous new yarns:

Minis and micro sets

By popular request we have introduced two sampling yarns – these yarns are perfect for colourway sampling but are also ideal for fade, gradient and theme sets.

Available in sets of 5 we have:

Merino/nylon superwash 10g micro skeins

5 x 10g (50g in total). I use these for much of my recipe book work and on livestreams. They take up colour like a dream!

Non-superwash pure wool 20g mini skeins

These 20g skeins also come in a set of 5 (so 100g in total).

Non-superwash yarn is delicious to work with when it comes to super subtle colour blending.

For our sock lovers:

60% merino/20% alpaca/20% nylon 4ply (sock) 100g

Regular customers will recall that this was one of my absolute favourite yarns for socks. The addition of alpaca adds a softness that it just divine – strong and hardwearing too!

Single-stranded merino/nylon sock blank 100g

We’ve had lots of requests for these as they are brilliant for gradients and fades, particularly for shawls and wraps. A moebius cowl would look amazing!

A favourite classic

West Yorkshire Spinners British pure wool superwash DK

From one of our favourite spinners, this yarn is a great price and beautifully soft – all-British too – from the sheep to the shop!

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Debbie Tomkies

Debbie is a textile designer, hand-dyer, author and tutor with over 25 years' experience in her field. Debbie has 4 books and over 100 articles published in major magazines and welcomes requests for articles, how-to features, technical and research articles, video tutorials and books.

Making Futures

In addiiton to being a partner in DT Craft & Design, Debbie runs social enterprise Making Futures CIC, delivering a wide range of workshops, classes, Arts Award, Artsmark and City & Guilds accredited programmes. Debbie also offers business mentoring and start-up advice to new creative enterprises.

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