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Shop Update 12.04.18

It’s fair to say that there was a great deal of love of the new BFL and mohair yarn when we took it to Edinburgh Yarn Festival. So much so that there weren’t any same difference or multi coloured yarns … Continue reading

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Shop Update Part 4

Sometimes life is tough. Sometimes you have to do difficult things. Very difficult, brave and noble things. That deserves a medal. Finally for this week’s shop update we have Dalek duck canvas bags. The shop update will take place at … Continue reading

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Shop Update Part 3

First up a new yarn which is complete and utter luxury in woolly form! This 4 ply yarn was custom spun for us by Laxtons and we’ve designed it with luxury in mind. The yarn is 60% Bluefaced Leicester, 20% … Continue reading

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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. … Continue reading

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Shop Update Part 1

There are lots of yarn ready for the update on Thursday, so I thought I’d start sharing them now to allow you time to make plans. First up is our British BFL and nylon base. Perfect for socks and soft … Continue reading

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Next Shop Update

Plans. Those things you make and then life decides otherwise……. I’d planned to have a shop update this week, but – well –  life. So the next shop update will be on Thursday 29th March. Once again we’ve sold out … Continue reading

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May Shawl Clubs

The May yarn clubs are now in the shop – and the May shawl club designer is Louise Tilbrook. Here’s what she has to say about her design “When it comes to shawls I’m all about the wearability. Long, wrappable … Continue reading

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