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It is with great pride and enthusiasm, that we can announce the installation of the first wool and luxury fibre recycling line (for re-spinning) in the UK for over a generation. We are incredibly excited that this will be located within the premises of A W Hainsworth & sons Ltd, near Leeds in West Yorkshire and production should begin by September 2021.
Here are some designs using our yarns and fabric made by Jennifer Koch and Lee Hurst. All modelled by Jennifer.
Many big clothing brands are starting to take sustainability more seriously, realising the impact on the environment.
As many know we are currently out of stock of a few of our products.
This brilliant cardgian has been made by Alexandra. We have been able to see the progression of this cardgian through our Instagram so be sure to check her out her handle is @alexandrabrinck.
We are very excited that John is going to be doing a talk with All Wales event for weavers, spinners and dyers!
We have such amazing customers!
For years we’ve been taught by celebrities that repeating an outfit is the ultimate sin! If you cast your mind back, I’m sure you can hear Lizzie McGuire being shamed for repeating a dress at her high school graduation.
We are so excited to say that John is going to be featured on season 2 of wasted the green impact podcast with Bruce Bratley!
When we think of Fast Fashion we think of the big brands like ASOS and Prettylittlething.com and their ever changing “New In” page. But in the age of ever growing consumer awareness customers are becoming more and more unhappy with this approach. We keep using our voices, saying that we want the environment to be a more considered part of the process and, slowly but surely, the brands are listening.