You get a highly polished item made of solid wood, Which started life as a tree, grown in a sustainable forest .Nurtured and looked after, until it was cut down and milled, into a plank. The plank was transported to a wood yard and carefully stored to dry, using a kiln. We come along and buy the timber. It is then …
I am the special guest tutor, at the Black barn, in the next few weeks. Contact them directly if you are interested in any of their courses. They are free.
We are one of the largest Pin loom makers in the UK. We make a large variety of looms, squares, diamonds, hearts and hexagons. Full details in our pin loom shop section. All looms come with full instructions, link to a FB support group and some pattern ideas. We are so proud of our looms , we put our name on them!
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Super Exciting news to announce, this week. We have secured retail space at the North Sea observatory, With regular monthly retail Makers markets, we will be show casing our new eco-friendly, plastic free Kitchen range. Which includes chopping …
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We are trying to become as carbon neutral as we can be. Our
LED lighting is fitted throughout our office rooms and workshop. We also have solar panels, that generate approximately 50% of our electricity consumption. We recycle every piece of …
As we have moved to online sales, we started to have conversations. Among the many conversations that we collectively had, the one that worried me the most is the use of single-use boxes and plastics and the effect it has on life. If you have …
We know the price tag of sustainable items can be overwhelming, and therefore, can seem expensive to live a sustainable lifestyle. You will benefit in the long run and it will be well worth the simple switch! By reusing over and over, the wooden …
During the war old pieces of wood were used as frames with
nails in them. they were known as nail looms.
Rugs were made on them. the gaps were usually 1cm, at least apart. sometimes an inch, and rags were used. According to the history I have found.
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I have managed to acquire a beautiful Ashford spinning
wheel. This is actually my third.