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Cambrian Mountains Tweed

The fabric journey started when I was working with daughter Emily under our label, Llynfi Textiles. As Cambrian Mountains licencees, we'd dreamed of having our own Cambrian Mountains Tweed and, 2 years ago, took the plunge. We consulted with Raymond Jones at Melin...

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Cambrian Wool events and workshops

We will be attending various events and shows every year, not only to promote and sell our lovely wool but also to provide activities and workshops in the field of craft, knitting, sewing, weaving and crochet. You may already know that as a CIC we have committed...

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Community news-Coleg Sir Gar

COMMUNITY PROJECT WITH COLEG SIR GAR Our company is a Community interest company or CIC which means that we have certain activities which we have said that we will undertake which will be beneficial to our 'community'. What we mean by community is, those of you who...

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A Colour Story for Cambrian Wool

Leading the way on a colour palette for a brand new yarn is an awesome task in every sense of the word...daunting and exciting at the same time, a privilege and a responsibility. After around 12 years of restricting my work to natural dyes, I found myself confronted...

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Wool from Wales!

We’ll be selling yarns for knit, crochet and weave, and tops for feltmakers and handspinners; we’ll be encouraging textile skills at all levels, getting involved in community events and projects….

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HRH Prince Charles enjoys a Private View…

Designers selected for the Cambrian Mountains challenge had the right royal privilege of being able to show their work to none other then HRH Prince Charles during a private view of the whole collection.

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Spring on a Welsh hill farm

With the spring sun shining down on the Cambrian Mountains, we took ourselves off for a Sunday visit to Caroline Lewis, a Welsh sheep farmer who focuses on quality fleece.

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Wool and Breeds

What breed is your wool? That simple question is a little harder to answer than you might think…

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