Handspun and handmade from handspun
Lovely yarn made by lovely people. Please visit these shops.
Unique handspun yarns, hand-dyed yarns and spinning fibres, all tried and tested in her own spinning and knitting. Custom dyes a speciality.
Beilidu Manx Loaghtan
The Beilidu flock is made up of rare breed Manx Loaghtan sheep, bred mainly for their fleeces. The flock has been established for over 25 years just outside Sennybridge near Brecon in mid-Wales.
Beilidu Manx Loaghtan yarn is spun by hand and is normally supplied as skeins. Yarn can be spun to meet individual needs, and is normally spun 'to order'.
The wool reflects the natural colours of the sheep in the flock. Most of the Beilidu flock have dark brown fleeces with golden tips, but the wool becomes a paler brown or silver-gray as the animals age.
Linda Scott is a hand-spinner and member of the Brecknock Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers.
Spinners of eccentric skeins made from a variety of fibres such as fleece, flax, hemp, jute, sisal, and bamboo.
Half Acre Yarn
Handspun art yarn, novelty yarn & laminated felt
High Weald Fibre Factory
Alison Fennell hand cards all of her fibre and spins it on a Wee Peggy wheel in Pontypridd, South Wales. She takes pride in her fibre prep and aims to produce an out of the ordinary skein every time. She likes to blend strange mixtures and add lots of loft to her rolags before spinning. This makes surprising light and soft skeins.
Lazy Kate is a handspinner and dyer based in the North West of England. She's been spinning for 6 years and teaching for 3
Her yarn has been seen in A Stitch in Time and on Knit on the Net. She has also written for The Knitter.
Amanda Gordon would like to share her handmade yarn with you and hopes that her heartfelt creations take you somewhere beautiful.
My Heart Exposed Yarns
My Heart Exposed Yarns celebrates the creativity of Helen and her family. All yarns are produced from the highest quality wool - mainly British or Rare Breeds - and dyed by hand in the kitchen and garden using locally sourced ingredients, some home-grown.
Newmoor Barn combines ethical farming with the production of the highestÂ quality products and art. Their handspun art yarn uses mohairfleece comes from their own herd and other fibres sourced from local farms.
Batts, fibre and handspun in beautiful colours.
Rosy Retro Spins...Knits...Sews...and brings colour from the 1950's to the Noughties.Quality to last a lifetime.
I've seen and felt Jo's handspun, it's very consistent and fine. She spins her yarn on her Ashford Traditional wheel Ariadne. Most of her yarn is between fingering and laceweight, spun from a pure wool or wool blend dyed in natural colours.
Shearer Girl Yarns
Luxury knitting yarns made from local wool, alpaca and mohair. The yarns are either hand spun or spun at a small mill and dyed by hand using natural dyes.
Snowberry & Lime
Veronika loves colours and texture as well as surprising trinkets. Hand spun and dyed from the highest quality materials, sourced from many different places
Spinning a Yarn
Spun from the finest fibres, sourced from independent dyers.
Louise is a textile designer with an addiction to all things fluffy and colourful. She sells handspun yarn, luxury fiber batts, colourful, glittery, natural or textured art batts, hand painted yarns and custom dyed rovings and fibers.
High quality hand painted yarns and knitted items. Custom dyes or knits. Natural fibres only.
Handspun, natural home dyed wool from Portugal.
Do you have an online shop selling your own handspun yarn? (UK) Please let me know and I'll be happy to list you here.