thewoollythistle

bridging the ocean

Lebanon, New Hampshire · 129 Sales

thewoollythistle

bridging the ocean

Lebanon, New Hampshire 129 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(36)

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claire

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Announcement   The Woolly Thistle HAS MOVED to it's new home on the internet: www.thewoollythistle.com
Please join us there where you will find the best of British yarns including Blacker, Eden Cottage Yarns, West Yorkshire Spinners and John Arbon Textiles. See you there....

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 27, 2016

The Woolly Thistle HAS MOVED to it's new home on the internet: www.thewoollythistle.com
Please join us there where you will find the best of British yarns including Blacker, Eden Cottage Yarns, West Yorkshire Spinners and John Arbon Textiles. See you there....

claire

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claire

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5 out of 5 stars
(36)
mariannemade

mariannemade on Aug 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely yarn and fast shipping!

hollywoofstyles

hollywoofstyles on Jul 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Nice Ribbon. Quick Shipping. Thanks!

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About

Hi and welcome to The Woolly Thistle.

My name is Claire and I'm the host of the audio knitting podcast, NH Knits. Through the podcast and my connections to Scotland (I'm a Scot living in NH) I bring you yarns from Britain that we know and love but hesitate to order due to high international shipping costs as well as the time it takes to get here. My hope is that you will sample the yarns I bring over and take advantage of the bulk shipping I do which saves you money and time. Ordering British yarns from The Woolly Thistle not only has a direct benefit to you, the yarn lover, but it also reduces the environmental impact of importing yarn in single orders over and over again.

My other passion is to bring you local-to-me yarns that are raised, sheared and processed right here in my home state as well as VT and other New England states. I know lots of farmers who lovingly care for their flocks and who make beautiful yarn. It is my dear wish to bring their hard work to the fore, and to let you experience and fall in love with single farm yarns from New England.

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