Owl About Yarn is a small company in Cardiff, South Wales. Jennie specialises in dyeing vibrantly coloured yarn and fibre. She also makes project bags, stitch markers and other notions for keen crafters. Jennie carries her own range of patterns as well as those of Zoe Carter Designs.
A riot of colour and fabrics, Jo. Knit. Sew has a wonderful selection of hand dyed yarns in all weights and some project bags to store your work in. Jo also has her Big Girl Pants on her stand, a must for anyone who is a lover of fun fabrics and comfortable undergarments.
Naturally dyed British pure wool yarn, kits and patterns hand made in Warwickshire. In the Wool Shed also run mindful textile journeys in India, where they source block printed cloth directly from the makers.
Hooligam Yarns produce single sheep yarn with a high welfare message. The yarn is produced from their small flock using fleeces which otherwise might go to waste.
Batches are produced by individual sheep fleece with the name and details of each boy or girl provided as a story postcard.
The boys of their flock were originally called The Hooligans because of their boisterous behaviour and unerring knack of seeking out trouble, and although the girls are generally better behaved, they also have their moments. And so Hooligan Yarns was born!
Hannah produces hand dyed yarns in unique, bright, bold colourways. Dyed in microbatches, you’ll find loud, eye-catching variegated skeins from a fan of Doctor Who and tattoos.
Ishrat, of Fruitful Fusion Dyes, is a Nottingham based independent yarn dyer. Her yarn colourways are inspired by a fusion of cultures, extensive travels, life on three different continents, childhood memories, traditional food and drink, and all sorts of colourful experiences.