This week we meet Julia from Woolcraft with Wensleydale (http://www.woolcraftwithwensleydale.com/)
Woolcraft with Wensleydale came about through breeding my pedigree Black Wensleydales, sharing knowledge and skills with other equally passionate Wensleydale Breeders and combining my love of animals and nature with Fibre Art of all kinds. I am also totally committed to the passing on and exchange of Heritage Skills based on Rare Breed fibre through the former Sheep to Shawl Project, Open Studio Days, Group Visits and so on.
What can we look forward to seeing at your stand at ESGWSD 2015?
There will be naturally coloured Wensleydale supplies of locks, combed tops, worsted yarns, finished products, e.g. designer handknits with our own patterns, and some semi-felted wallhangings using hand-dyed fibre.
What are you looking forward to most about the event and/or visiting Lewes?
The biennial exhibition is a wonderful display of talent of all kinds in the East Sussex Guild, and so it attracts a dedicated visitor base. It also gives the opportunity to exchange ideas with people – and it is beautifully run!
See you in October, Julia!
Images in this post courtesy of Andrew Weekes