I’m excited to announce that I have been working with Liz Corke to create a sock kit! She’s designed a wonderful pattern with my 100% Falkland Corriedale High Twist sock yarn in the Violet Shadows colourway. The kit contains a printed copy of the Stravaig sock pattern (a code for a digital download is available on request) plus a skein of Corriedale sock yarn in the colourway of your choice. You can also choose to add a set of stitch markers… Read More »First Sock Kit!
Corriedale Sheep Corriedale sheep were originally developed by crossing the Merino and Lincoln sheep breeds. They were developed between 1868 and 1910 in Australia and New Zealand to create a sheep that would thrive in low rainfall areas and supply good quality wool. Beginning in 1914, they were exported worldwide and comprise a significant proportion of the sheep found on the Falkland Islands as well as in South America. They are a dual use sheep and are kept for both… Read More »A Look at Corriedale
I’ve been thinking about this project for over a year now, and I’m happy to finally have had the time to be able to dye and release it! This is the Deep Blue Sea range – seven colourways based around my popular ‘Deep Blue Sea’ colourway, plus underwater themed stitch markers. I have plans to expand this range, and use it as inspiration to create a few more ranges too!. Please let me… Read More »Deep Blue Sea – A new range of yarn and stitch markers