An introduction to weaving with Ange Sewell from Weft Blown

Posted: July 19, 2019

An introduction to weaving with Ange Sewell from Weft Blown

Knitting and Crochet are not the only things you can do with yarn and sometimes we can forget that. So when Ange Sewell of Weft Blown, a shop primarily focused on weaving, approached us about becoming a stockist we were delighted. By stocking our Milburn DK among a selection of books and other items, we have been opened up to - and are receiving more enquiries from - the weaving community. The only problem is that between all of us at ECY Shedquarters our knowledge of weaving is very limited. We wanted to fix that and to share this new found...


Yarn & flowers: the ECY aesthetic and why it's important to us. ❤️

Posted: May 02, 2018

Yarn & flowers: the ECY aesthetic and why it's important to us. ❤️
This post talks about the abundance of flowers in the ECY social media feeds, where they come from, and why they are important to us.

Hobbies and Mental health

Posted: August 05, 2017

Hobbies and Mental health

Hi all, Laura here! Victoria has let me loose on the blog so you should see a few more posts from me over the next few weeks. My first is a bit of a cheat as it is actually a guest post. We were recently contacted by Maria Cannon of HobbyJr to see if we would be interested in an article she had written. Those who have been following us over the past year will know that mental health is close to both mine and Victoria's hearts. What you may not know is that my struggle with anxiety is actually...


Rambling Rose

Posted: June 22, 2017

Rambling Rose

This is exactly the kind of rose I had in mind when I designed my Rambling Rose colourway; several years ago now. It's not in my garden but once I do start on it I will want something like this. It's just so pretty. One of my dye pigments has recently significantly changed - without warning from the manufacturer. I just noticed the first time I used it. So over the past couple of months I've had to tweak loads of my recipes, and that includes Rambling Rose, because although it may look like a simple pink it's actually a...


Early summer dogwalking in Yorkshire

Posted: June 10, 2017

Early summer dogwalking in Yorkshire

One of the nicest things about dogwalking is seeing tthe seasons changing in more detail. So I thought I'd share what  early summer looks like in Yorkshire. This route isn't overly rural or anything - in fact we go under the A1 motorway/dual carriageway, but you don't have to walk for long to lose the noise of the traffic. At the moment everywhere looks really lush and bright green with new growth.  And there are tiny flowers growing in all the shady spots..     There's a variety of grasses, if you look closely. And we're starting to see more bees,...


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