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A Bevy of British Wool Knits

You may remember back in January I posted about the Woolsack group on Ravelry and the year-long British Wool-Along.

I really wanted to share with you some of the beautiful projects produced in British wool there – and not just knitted, but woven and crocheted too. Everyone has done such a beautiful job and it was a pleasure knitting along with you all there.

Now, I spent a very good period of this morning adding links to each ravellers project page so when you clicked on their picture their project popped up…..and now that the gallery is assembled that info has totally disappeared! (computers…grumblemoangrumble) but if you follow this link, you can find the entire thread and read all about the projects.

Well done to everyone who took part. If you are anything like me you will probably find it really satisfying that you know which UK dyer, or yarn seller or sheep breed or even the very animal your yarn came from and that you are supporting the great British wool and fibre resources on your own doorstep.


You still have a few hours to enter my 1kg stash giveaway, which ends tomorrow at midnight. You can go here to enter!

1 Comment

  1. Glynis says

    What a fabulous selection of projects, and all so different.
    I’m really inspired by the sheep breeds blanket.

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