Blogstars

Emma Varnam

Emma learnt how to knit as a child, and throughout adolescence was happiest...

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Jane Crowfoot

Jane Crowfoot has always had a love for yarn and all things crafty and...

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Stuart Hillard

"Stuart Hillard is a knitter, sewer, TV presenter, author, columnist and...

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Sandra Paul

Sandra Paul is the craft blogger, podcaster and pattern designer behind Cherry...

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Phil Saul

Dr Phil Saul (aka The Twisted Yarn) is an NHS clinical psychologist and a...

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Lucy

Lucy trained in art and textiles and was always drawn to bright colours when...

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Lucia Dunn

My name is Lucia, I am originally from a small village in Northern Italy, but I...

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Catherine Bligh

Catherine first picked up a hook in 2009 as a way to express her creativity and...

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Anne and Michelle

Michelle and Anne met in 2002, when Michelle was on Rotary Youth Exchange in...

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Polly Plum

At about 12 years of age Polly Plum was taught to crochet and read crochet...

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Helen Shrimpton

Hi I’m Helen! I have never been one to conform and I feel the labels...

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Emily Littlefair

Emily Littlefair is also known as The Loopy Stitch on social media, where she...

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Marion Mitchell

Marion Mitchell from Wool Thread Paint lives with her husband in an old cottage...

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What's New

Squeeze Me - lusciousness in a ball

1st July 2024

Have you seen our wonderfully squidgy new yarn called Squeeze Me?  It is already going down so well with knitters and crocheters which isn’t a surprise with so many colours to choose...

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Welcome Wool Thread Paint

8th February 2024

We are thrilled to let you know that a new Blogstar has joined our hall of frame - Marion Mitchell from Wool Thread Paint. Marion Mitchell from Wool Thread Paint lives with her husband in an...

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Balaclavamania

7th December 2023

  Last year they were all over the catwalks and this year they have hit the High Street with brands like & Other Stories, COS and ASOS featuring them heavily.  You can’t...

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