It is time to announce the winners of the WOVEMBER WAL and the WOVEMBER Instagram Competition. If you have won a prize we shall shortly be in contact. WOVEMBER WAL We would really love to thank EVERYONE who participated in the WOVEMBER WAL on Ravelry, Twitter and Instagram. Sharing wool across these platforms really highlights… Continue Reading Announcing Winners!
We thought it was about time we shared with you the prizes up for grabs for this year’s Wovember contests. We shall be allocating prizes when we do the draw in a couple of weeks, but please do have a browse at these incredible prizes and our generous prize givers Sue Blacker wrote last month… Continue Reading WOVEMBER PRIZES UP FOR GRABS!
We are delighted that Jo Milmine is here today with her top tips which will help close the gap between small producers and wool consumers. A podcaster, a yarn entrepreneur and a business consultant, Jo works closely with independent dyers, designers and small producers, sharing her business and yarn expertise and supporting them to achieve their goals. Provenance is a factor… Continue Reading Five Straightforward Things Small Producers Can Do Today To Bring Them Closer To Their Customers
Today we are thrilled to share this bonus post by Katie AKA MissGoggins on Ravelry. Katie saw our Ravelry discussion about posts for WOVEMBER 2015 and suggested that it would be awesome to have a piece about West Yorkshire Spinners. We heartily agreed! In the activist DIY spirit of WOVEMBER, Katie set up an interview… Continue Reading Katie’s tour of the West Yorkshire Spinners factory
As Wovember 2015 is drawing to a close we are very pleased to bring you a post from Elaine Hill, Fiona Curtis and Sally Antill, who organised and took part in the very first Tour of British Fleece, this year. The conceptual idea for Tour of British Fleece was a seed waiting for the right moment… Continue Reading The Tour of British Fleece