Come and see us this coming Sunday at Dunster Yarn Market where we shall be bringing this landmark building back to life for a day. Knitting wool and woollen products all made from the fleece of our local Exmoor sheep. Shearing demonstrations throughout the day and spinning demonstrations too using two very different types of […]
Tuckers Hall, Exeter is part of the history of the woollen trade in the south west. It dates from 1471 and was at first a chapel belonging to the Guild of Weavers, Fullers and Shearmen, before becoming, after the Reformation, their secular meeting place. The wooden panelling in the upper room, completed in 1638, is […]
A new venture. This was a different kind of wool show with the lovely ladies of the Stafford Steppers showing off all kinds of woollen socks in dance routines to a background of vintage tunes. Our stand used the newly acquired display boards sponsored by Luckworthy Galloways.
The tiny Exmoor coastal village of Bossington is the inspiration for Exmoor Horn Wool’s new range of pastel colours. L to R, top first – Bossington Sea Mist, Bossington Barley, Bossington Bracken, Hedgerow Pink, Bossington Pebble, Bossington Sea Green. Landscape translated into DK handknit.
Two exmoor horn lambs took first and third prize in wool on the hoof at the Devon County Show 2017 ……
As an addition to our range of 100g balls of worsted-spun DK, we now have 50g balls of woollen-spun yarn in the same colour palette, for those little projects that you always intended to do.
Here are our posh socks in close-up, still waiting for a glamorous model to show them to best advantage….. Beautifully knitted, self supporting, and bound to be a wow over wellies! Won’t shrink, won’t wear out, what’s not to like?
We have just launched a new range of de-luxe, top-of-the-range socks. There’s “Challacombe” with a green leg, mainly for men, and “Filleigh” with a purple leg, mainly for women. Both have a tri-coloured patterned cuff in a design exclusive to us. Here they are on two genuine working dogs – Teazel is the springer who […]
Here’s the latest addition to our range of cushion covers. The all-over pattern is called “popcorn”.