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Fibre in Focus – Romney

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A little bit of history Romney sheep are the product of over a thousand years of natural adaptation and breeding. The Romney Marsh area of Kent and East Sussex has always had a somewhat blurred border between sea and land. Human settlers have been controlling it for centuries using various technologies. The Romans used drainage […]

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Fibre wrangling – a story of transformation

Cat and I are both fascinated by the transformative process of creating fabric from fibre. The transformation begins when the fibre is dyed, and continues through spinning to the creation of a fabric, whether knitted, crocheted, woven or felted.  Colours that stand out boldly in a fibre blend to create a completely different feel in […]

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