Skeins of yarn, skeins of wool, sock wool and other yarn weights are all available as undyed or hand dyed yarn. The colours from natural dyes are enthralling and depend on where the dyestuff was grown, how it was harvested, the fibres dyed, and the method of application we use. Hand dyed yarn may be repeated but can never be exactly the same - part of the beauty of a handmade product!
Unique yarn bowls with our distinctive and much loved leather handles. Large enough for 100 gram skeins of yarn. The bowls are available in Ceramic or Beech and are individually hand made. Once complete, the leather handles are made and finished by hand at the our Dye Studio. We use traditional, vegetable tanned leather sourced from the only remaining oak bark tannery in the UK.
Our Natural Dye Kits contain everything you need to begin your natural dyeing journey. If you are not sure where to start, you will find everything in one beautiful natural cotton drawstring project bag. The Natural Dye Kit is perfectly packaged and contains detailed instructions, recipes, undyed skeins of yarn and natural dye extracts. Start your natural dyeing journey here...
Learn or develop your skills to hand dye yarn and other fibres, with natural dyes only, in our purpose designed Dye Studio. There is a beauty and depth of colour to natural dye that becomes more beautiful with age. Hand dyed colours, dyed with natural dyes may be repeated but they can never be exactly the same - part of the beauty of a handmade product! Hand dyed, handcrafted.
Santes Dwynwen, St Dwynwen's Day is Wales' St Valentine’s Day, celebrated on 25th January and is the most romantic day in the Welsh calendar year. It is celebrated with the giving and receiving of cards and presents and by saying "I Love you" in Welsh, "Rwy'n dy garu di". Show your proud Welsh heritage and point of difference by celebrating St Dwynwen's Day as opposed to Valentines Day!!
Available in our yarn store are hand dyed yarns, dyed with 100% natural dyes only, Our hand dyed yarn is produced from the finest British wool in our FelinFach Dye Studio. By using excellent quality natural fibre, including locally sourced Welsh yarn as well as British yarn, and by sourcing botanical natural plant dye extracts, we are able to produce beautiful naturally dyed yarn, cotton and other fabrics.
The Welsh Dragon is the heraldic symbol of Wales. Without doubt the country’s most recognisable symbol. The image is most notably seen on the flag of Wales. The flag consists of a red dragon, passant (which in heraldry terms indicates that the right foot raised), on a green and white background. Appreciate the Dagon Day, 16th January.