Homegrown Yarns
We live in the High Weald in East Sussex and keep a small flock of Lleyn sheep. We use their fleeces to make all our yarns. The alpaca used for making the white yarns was sourced from Cornwall.  However, almost all of the alpaca is sourced from a reputable local breeder who lives about 10 miles away.  
As this blog is still under construction, please email me here if you wish to purchase any yarns.  I will respond to you very quickly and let you know the account details and if there are any postage costs. Thank you.           
A soft DK Skein which is 50% Alpaca 50% Lleyn lambswool.  Approx 100grams and 208 yards.   £4.50  Look at the september blog and you will see a pair of socks made from just one skein!

A Bulky Grey yarn.  This has locally sourced black alpaca and white baby alpaca and Lleyn wool.  30% Alpaca and 70% wool.  100grams. This knits up very quickly and is 7wpi.  £5.00

This yarn is a single ply yarn and looks like a handspun yarn. It has locally sourced black alpaca and baby white alpaca and white Lleyn wool.  DK- 50grams for £4.00.

A soft Bulky/Aran yarn.  50% alpaca 50% Lleyn lambswool.  Soft wool that knits up quickly, beautifully and is 9wpi.  100grams £5.50.

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