Interview: Wool On The Exe

Posted: September 01, 2016

Interview: Wool On The Exe

Today we're having a chat with Debbie and Mary Ann from Wool On The Exe. The shop is new this year, and is Exeter (as you might imagine), Devon. We've supplied them with yarn and I thought it would be interesting to ask them a few questions about the shop and how it's going so far. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your background? I (Debbie) am  an American who's lived in Devon for the past 9 years. Married to an Aussie - 2 grown sons, 2 step-sons. Read more about us on this page http://www.neighbourworks.co.uk/page_3165326.html How/why did...


ALL the colours!

Posted: August 31, 2016

ALL the colours!
Here's a randomised collage of all the colours that'll be in tonight's update. I hope it'll be helpful for you with choosing colours. :)

August Update Preview..

Posted: August 30, 2016


Round Up: The British Wool Show 2016

Posted: August 30, 2016

Round Up: The British Wool Show 2016

A couple of weeks ago, and just a week after Fibre East, we were back out at The British Wool Show at York Auction Mart. It was a lot of fun and lovely to see so many of you. I'm not sure what's happening next year, but hopefully we'll be there again! Here's a snapshot... The nutter on her way into the isolation box there is Estelle from Midwinter Yarns - they had a stand there too.. We bought a pair of 40mm knitting needles between us from Woolly Mahoosive and tried fighting with them. Thought we'd best show off some...


Round Up: Fibre East 2016

Posted: August 19, 2016

Round Up: Fibre East 2016

In case you're thinking of going to Fibre East.. I can recommend it! This year was our first year at this show - we actually almost went in a previous year then had to cancel due to a family wedding, so it felt like it'd been a long time coming. There are sheep.. here's regal sheep: Wee sheep: Smug sheep: And Derpy sheep (who was a cutie): Here's our little stall. Having just moved house we were really glad I'd booked just a small one. We couldn't fit all the yarn in the car, but since we had the British...


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