Shop Update Part 2

It’s strange to think that a year ago One Farm Yarn didn’t exist – perhaps because it was something that we wanted to do for a long time.

I love this yarn. It’s proper woolly wool with masses of bounce. It smells beautifully sheepy. It supports local businesses – from sheep to dye pot this yarn travelled 73 miles.

So we knew that we wanted to take One Farm Yarn to Edinburgh Yarn Festival – and the amount of enthusiastic smooshing and sniffing which went on was a delight to watch.

These colours will be in the update on Thursday at 1900 – and there are also a few skeins of charcoal, black and silver which I managed to photograph and then delete.

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The texture and grab of One Farm Yarn makes it perfect for colour work – so mini skein sets were part of pour plan for this base pretty much as soon as we’d fondled the first skein.

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There’s more to share with you tomorrow, including the new BFL, mulberry silk and baby alpaca base which launched at Edinburgh Yarn Festival. See you then.

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