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episode 36: woolly journey with Romney Marsh Wools

17-04-2017

 

In this episode, recorded a few weeks ago, I chat with Kristina Boulden who is one half of the husband and wife team behind Romney Marsh Wools.

 

Knowing how sustainable and versatile wool is Kristina and Paul wanted to raise awareness of all the benefits that British wool can bring and they stock an incredible range of wool-related products which have derived from their 1000 strong Romney flock and their small stock of merino sheep.

 

Please join us as Kristina talks about the farm, the inception of the business and we chat together about British wool and what is needed to keep people choosing British.

 

I will be reviewing Romney Marsh wool on the blog soon and giving away a skein of their amazing British merino wool. Kristina is just about to launch more of the natural colours of her Romney yarn and you should keep an eye on the website for those going up there.

 

You can find Romney Marsh Wools at www.romneymarshwools.co.uk, where you can find out more about Paul and Kristina, their vision and their store. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter and you should also sign up for their regular newsletter.

 

Shownotes with links can be found at KnitBritish.

 

 

KnitBritish is delighted to be sponsored by BritYarn. To share and celebrate in a love of British wool visit BritYarn where Isla has collected the best of British yarns in one place. Isla's yarn of the month for August is Eden Cottage Milburn 4ply.

 

| a wee word on scheduling

I am taking a short break from the podcast due to a family bereavement. Thanks for your understanding.



 

 

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