NEXT SHOP UPDATE ON FRIDAY 2ND OCTOBER AT 5PM (EDINBURGH TIME)
NEXT SHOP UPDATE ON FRIDAY 2ND OCTOBER AT 5PM (EDINBURGH TIME)
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Woolly News

Woolly News

Woolly Originals has been incredibly busy since the end of June: making; knitting; sewing; planning; designing; collaborating; shopping; and occasionally, pausing to catch our breathe! We are so excited about: our third Climate Crisis design, highlighting the conservation work of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, called Save the Oblong Fern; two new Scottish collaborations featuring new designs; appearing virtually at Perth Festival of Yarn with our Lava Landscape bags on 12th and 13th September; and showcasing the four Indie Dyers’ Woolly bags from Monday 24th August!  Also, our online shop will be restocked approximately  fortnightly from Friday 4th September at 5pm (Edinburgh time)....

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Perth Festival of Yarn

Perth Festival of Yarn

Woolly Originals is delighted to be attending the virtual Perth Festival of Yarn on 12th and 13th September 2020. A selection of Lave Landscape bags with a lining/handle fabric exclusive to PFY2020 will be for sale. Details to follow!

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Online Shop News

Online Shop News

There will be an online shop update at 5pm (Edinburgh time) on Thursday 25th June 2020. This will be the last for a while as I’ll then be taking a holiday-at-home followed by a month of new pattern designing, including the third in my Climate Crisis series. There are also a few other exciting Woolly things in the planning this summer! And Jo, Sigita and myself will still be making away for some autumnal virtual events. So, the next online shop update will be in September, date to be announced later.  Thank you. 

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Calling All Indie Dyers!

Calling All Indie Dyers!

Details of an opportunity to have your yarn made into a Woolly bag!

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Hiking the Hebridean Way.....in Edinburgh!

Hiking the Hebridean Way.....in Edinburgh!

I should have been travelling to the Hebrides this month. However, Scotland is still in a partial lockdown and tourism won't be starting up again until July or August on the mainland. And, who knows when it will be safe for Hebridean residents to receive guests? So, I've decided to walk the Hebridean Way, except I'll be doing it in and around Edinburgh! And for charity. I'm going to walk the 156 miles to raise money for the Child Poverty Action Group. CPAG works on behalf of the more than one in four children in the UK growing up in poverty....

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