Wool and the gang: Knitwear supplies, kits, and ready-to-wear product brand based in London.

Alongside her consultancy,Charlotte Cameron Knitwear, Charlotte is also Knitwear Editor for the web platform, Knitting Industry Creative, and a visiting lecturer.
She’s a breadth of experience with mid to high-end brands, from people that have established knitwear collections, through to start-ups.

Candle kits may also be available from Manchester-based Cedar Lifestyle.
They’re coming in at £40 and include everything you need to make two soy candles in your choice of scent, together with step-by-step instructions.
If you get hooked, you can purchase refill packs containing more wax, oil and wicks for £16.
Making scented candles making use of your own blend of essential oils is quite satisfying.
I had a chance at among Earl of East’s workshops a couple of years ago and they’re now available via Zoom.

Further, the brand uses REACH-compliant or OEKOTEX-certified dyes and uses 100% non-mulesing wool (a cruelty-free sheep farming technique).
The origin of Wool and the Gang is a fantastic exemplory case of the innovation that is appearing out of London.
Started by founders Aurelie Popper, Jade Harwood and Elisabeth Sabrier in 2008, their aim was to create a brand that could ethically produce high fashion items by eliminating factory production.
Along the way they wished to change just how knitting was perceived and create a brand which could make knitting ‘cool’.
ELEVEN SIX Founded by way of a New York based British couple, ELEVEN SIX originates from a love of fine Knitwear and unique, homemade products.


Warm, articulate, and wonderfully candid about her accidental life in knitting.
She makes knitting videos and also offers some patterns so you might try.
I started this blog in 2010 2010 to have fun and laughter around the topics of sewing and knitting.
I firmly think that creativity is contagious and I wish to help you catch the bug.
My blog is about everything knitting, spinning, dyeing, and weaving.
I am a knitter since 1999, and a spinner since the summer of 2009.

She tried her hand at knitwear design beginning in 2009 and has designed a unique line of patterns beneath the name of “Never Not Knitting” and also many best-selling knitting pattern books.
The brand believes in slow living and will be offering a variety of crafted blankets, bags, sweaters, and scarves, along with DIY kits to create these products.

Their yarn is carried in carefully selected shops in Denmark and internationally, and both Marianne Isager and her daughter and business partner have published several knit pattern books.
G-uld is really a Danish company all about dyeing yarn naturally, using plant dyes which were used through the entire Nordic countries for thousands of years.

We have made some knitting and crochet videos to assist you find your feet with the basics, or if in doubt join us at one of our knitting workshops.
TOFT knitting kits include the yarn of your choice and come presented in an all natural TOFT cotton tote bag.
Handmade by Kunbi was created in 2016 following a rekindling of a long-lost passion for knitting and crocheting.
It didn’t take long before the creative bug bit, providing an outlet for knit and crochet designing.
Our mission with Handmade by Kunbi is to create fun designs and patterns that you’ll love to make and wear whether you’re a beginner or seasoned knitter/crocheter.
It is our hope that we can inspire and encourage you to truly express yourself in your selected craft.
A place to learn about everything blog-worthy in the life span of knitwear designer Laura Nelkin.

Watg Blog

The blog is curated projects featuring original patterns in luxury yarns like merino, cashmere, silk, linen, alpaca, and bamboo, for discriminating knitters and crocheters.
Fibre space specializes in unique yarns and fibres from hand dyed, independent, local and US-made sources for knitting, crochet & spinning.
Enjoy our wide range of classes, designer workshops, yarn tastings, movie nights & more.

  • Please leave a comment and i want to know what you imagine and when you have any sweater knitting resources you would like to recommend.
  • They’re currently sold out, but I’m told more are just around the corner so keep an eye on Katie’s website for details.
  • There’s a good ‘Fire + Glaze’ add-on (£55) so you can get stoneware pieces finished and repaid to you.
  • They spin all kinds of fiber and specialize in fiber from Mohair goats.
  • My goal is for you yourself to have a satisfying knitting experience, so I design, write and create tutorials that aim to help present you with this experience.
  • The blog is curated projects featuring original patterns in luxury yarns like merino, cashmere, silk, linen, alpaca, and bamboo, for discriminating knitters and crocheters.

Artisan made with thoughtful colour design, our favourite pieces are created from sustainably sourced materials such as for example luxury 100% merino wool and vegan biodegradable nylon.
Once you’ve got several basic scarves behind you, a cowl is the perfect next step – use all the skills you’ve learned from your own first projects and add a little spice.
This smaller sized style could keep you warm while introducing you to the slightly more advanced basket weave stitch along the way.
Stitch and Story itself offers a lot of help with different knitting skills, as well as other craft kits like crochet and cross stitch.

Dates for future sessions have yet to be announced, but you can register interest here.
Now recognised as an endangered craft, marbling involves using paint and water to create swirling patterns on paper.
If you want to try it in the home, you’ll find beginners’ kits atMarmor Paperie, which was founded by Lucy McGrath to help it adapt and survive in the age of digital printing.

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