The continued increase in the cost of fibre and yarn production means it's costing us more to make our lovely yarns so we're having a small price increase from our new season launch, the 7th of February. Titus will be £18, Pip Colourwork will be £3.40, Winterburn DK and Winterburn Aran will be £15. Dovestone Natural Aran and Dovestone Natural Chunky will stay £14. So now is the time to queue up some projects and take advantage of our current prices.
Tickets for our new season launch with designer Ann Kingstone are available here- we'll be showing off her Little Tykes collection knitted in our Pip featuring our three new shades- still available to pre order here.
Here's a little sneak preview of some of the designs we'll be showcasing- Port and Starboard on the left (featuring our Rachel's boy Jake!) and the lovely Little Tyke on the right, still available as part of our original Born & Bred collection too:
We'll also be freezing our price increase for new season launch ticket holders, as well as giving you the usual goody bag full of treats- well worth the £5 ticket.
February marks not just beginning of our new season but the start of the busy wool show season too. We're at our first one of 2019 this Sunday 3rd February, Blaise Wool Festival at Bradford industrial Museum.
Built as a worsted spinning mill in 1875, Bradford's Industrial Museum has permanent displays of textile machinery, steam power, engineering, and printing machinery. The festival's open 10am - 4pm with free entry, so pop in and say hello!