Welsh Blankets, Tapestry Blankets, Hand Dyed Yarn, Welsh Gifts
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – Celebrating 70 years since establishing the National Parks in the UK. As of 2019, there are 15 National Parks in the UK. Discover National Parks 6 – 21 April 2019
During the first quarter of 2019, FelinFach achieves a 96% Customer Review (5 star reviews) satisfaction rating of an average 4.8 Stars out of 5 Stars. All reviews are independently verified by Yotpo and are published with no customer data - see Customer Reviews
A new collection of iconic Welsh tapestry including Baby blankets, Throw to King sizes and matching cushions. Pure NEW wool, handmade in limited numbers and woven on traditional looms in Wales
FelinFach is primarily an on-line Shop which is 'open' 24/7. We also visit numerous festivals and craft fairs throughout the year all over the UK. Our first major event of the year will be at the Bradford on Avon Food & Drink Festival on 1st June 2019.
Buy Now, Pay Later. Pay for any purchase on this website in 6 weekly interest free instalments but get your purchase immediately. There are no extra costs to you at all (no interest, no fees, no nothing) and you get your purchase straightaway
Our yarn and fabric are hand dyed using natural plant and insect-based dyes at our FelinFach Mill to make yarn, silk, cotton and wool scarves and hand bound notebooks. My recipes include traditional and natural dye stuff such as Madder, Weld, Indigo, Logwood to name a few
Alpacas are fully domesticated sheep that hail from the beautiful continent of South America by way of Peru. In earlier years, the fur of the alpaca was considered to be a rarity and were generally only worn by people who were known to have a lot of money or who came from royalty
From the depths of rural Pembrokeshire, FelinFach has shipped for the first time to the state of North Carolina in the United States of America. Currently, a significant proportion of FelinFach's sales are international and they are mostly going to the USA and Canada
St David is the Patron Saint of Wales and on 1st March each year is the feast day of Saint David, which commemorates the anniversary of Saint David's death in 589 AD. In the smallest city in the UK, the celebrations are over a two-week period
Organic wool blankets certified by the Soil Association with respect to the farms and the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) for the mill where the blanket was woven. Organic wool is a natural, renewable and biodegradable fibre that comes from farms that put the sheep and environment first.
If asked when the last invasion of Britain was, many people in Britain will remember 1066 when the Normans successfully invaded the south coast and became the rulers of Britain for centuries.
But that is simply not true…
Wales is famous for its Welsh wool industry and its blankets and throws and in particular, the iconic Welsh tapestry blankets from its early history to modern times. They are showcased in the National Wool Museum of Wales in the Teifi Valley. The museum is a National Heritage Site.