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Tuckers Hall, Exeter

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 […]

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Junction 13 by the M6, Stafford

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.

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New pastel DK handknit

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.

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Posh socks

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?

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K9 models for our latest “posh” socks!

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 […]

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Wonderwool

For the first time, we were at Wonderwool in Builth Wells, Wales for the weekend of 22nd and 23rd April 2017. On our stand are the new doughnut-shaped 50g woollen-spun balls, and the cushion covers which were only delivered to the showground on the day!  

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