Why I Use Hand Spun Yarns

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Hand spun yarns are an absolute joy to work with in so many ways.   Read More

Why Buy Certified Organic Cotton Yarn?

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Quality – organic cotton is naturally more durable.
Good Conductor of Heat - Cotton keeps the body cool in summer and warm in winter. 
Non-allergenic – natural fibre that doesn’t irritate sensitive skin.
Environmentally safe – Certified organic cotton leaves no harmful side effects.
Socially responsible – every time we purchase Certified organic we are helping to build a better world.
Fair Trade – improved living standards of the farmers and their families producing Certified organic cotton.
Not genetically modified – Certified organic cotton yarn has been grown from seed that has not been genetically modified.
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Australian Gotland Rovings

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Gotland wool has a very high warmth to weight ratio, providing a great deal of warmth and comfort. The fibre is fine, lustrous, has a soft handle with a clearly defined curl (spurl) from 10mm to 15mm. The wool has a good tensile strength. Gotland overdyes producing subtle colours.  Read More

Welcome to our new website

Friday, January 30, 2015

‘Wool & Cotton Road’ yarns are sourced from nature, from fibres that are sustainable from seed to yarn. Wool that is premium quality from carefully selected and bred Australian coloured sheep and supremely soft Organic Fair Trade cotton from Peru.
As the website evolves you will find helpful hints, questions answered and a sharing of knowledge.
Our online store is very close to opening, but until then please send me your details via the CONTACT page to receive a complimentary yarn card.
The BROCHURE and PRICE LIST can be downloaded here.

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Organic Cotton Brochure 300115 Organic Cotton Brochure 300115 (1058 KB)

The online store will grow to include patterns, products, quality natural yarns and fibres for spinning.
Sue  Read More