Lou Lingwood on Jul 29, 2016
Gorgeous yarn as always! A+
dianneillsley on Jul 29, 2016
I had the two skeins they are lovely shades of blue and green amazing dye job Shadow, I will be back soon Di
Anita Bailey on Jul 28, 2016
Beautiful, can't wait to spin it.
A world of wool.
I love wool. I sleep, eat, breathe wool, or so it seems sometimes.
My woolly journey started around 2007, after using wool longies - knitted trousers that work as a nappy cover for my two youngest son's cloth nappies. The woolly interest was piqued and I needed a creative outlet after being at home for several years, bringing up our 3 wonderful boys. I learned to needle felt and then wet felt and after some time practicing, I set up shop. Once we'd discovered the magic of wool as a nappy cover, I taught myself to knit with the help of a book and some lovely knitting friends. Since then I haven't looked back and can't remember a day when I haven't knitted. I knit anywhere and everywhere and even take plenty of yarn and needles with me on holiday - I can be seen knitting on the beach, in the cinema, poolside whilst my children attend swimming club - I love knitting! I love to knit to order, creating items from a long list of patterns, to suit you and your children.
The natural progression from knitting was to dye the yarn. I love hand dyed yarns and have quite a stash from various international dyers. We were home educating and in 2013 I decided that we'd have a dabble and, well, the rest is history. I caught the bug big time!
Since then my woolly journey has continued to evolve. I dye several times a week, run regular yarn clubs and market events through my Facebook page. You'll find me on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Ravelry and Facebook as Felt Fusion.
I hope that you enjoy my woolly works as much as I enjoy creating them :)
Dyer, Knitter, Felter.
Find FeltFusion at the following upcoming market!
Beautiful Days Festival,
The Beautiful Days music festival is a wonderful family event, held over a long weekend in August, in the lovely county of Devon, England. I will be part of a collaboration of crafters, selling my yarns and knitting alongside knitted socks, shawls and sewn children's clothing and accessories. Dark Star Designs, Knittastic Folkestone and Rumpadillo will be joining me.
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- Items on sale
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalised orders
Custom orders are most welcome. I love to work to order. If you don't see what you are looking for in my shop, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Custom items cannot be returned unless they are faulty. Postage costs will not be refunded.
Payment installments can be discussed, however once an installment, deposit or full payment has been paid it is non-refundable.
If you have bought hand dyed yarn or knitted items I would suggest hand washing your finished items with a gentle, suitable wool wash.
Hand dyed yarns may, on occasion, 'bleed' into your washing water - this is due to a little excess dye being left over from the dyeing process and should rinse out. If you wish to use a little white vinegar in your rinsing water this can help.
Scented wool washes, lanolins or knitting with hand creams, or even just the pH of our skin can sometimes cause the dyes to bleed - this is called 'crocking'. In the event of this happening with your yarn I cannot accept returns or refund your purchase.
Wholesale orders are welcome. Please contact me to discuss details. My hand dyed yarns can currently be found at the Pink Milk shop in Leicester, UK and also at the Australian eBay shop A Chronic Yarnoholic.