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Fibres Exotica
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Sumptuous yarns, fabrics and fibres from exotic places.
Sumptuous yarns, fabrics and fibres from exotic places.

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I’m sad to say that I’m shutting up the shop. After giving it a good 5 years, It’s time to call it a day, because whilst I love doing shows, talking to people and selling beautiful yarns, the business is very much not paying for itself, let alone paying…

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This yarn is so soft! Part of the Minerals inspired dye range, this is a 30g  skein of lovelyness. Both baby alpaca and cashmere are utter luxury, and this plied yarn shows both fibres off to their best effect. It's a squishy yarn, so drape and feel are…

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Sari Thrums Yarn

This is made from silk thrums. Leftover from Sari production, they are colour picked then Handspun using a wheel (Gandhi Charkha) to produce a smooth & lustrous yarn. The vibrant colours and unique texture of Sari Silk yarn is well know, however making…

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Recycled Sari Silk - Single Colour - Chunky

This Takli (Drop Spindle) spun Recycled SariSilk yarn is lustrous and buttery. It is hand-spun in India and manufactured from long length fibres. This ensures a smooth finish and a non splitting yarn. Made from colour sorted SariSilk fibre, it is spun to…

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Recycled Sari Silk - Chunky weight - Multicolour - 100g: http://www.fibresexotica.co.uk/shop/rssmc/  

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Fibre wise, I simply love Wensleydale. It rivals silk for the top spot as my dyeing favourite, as the exceedingly long, smooth hair of the Wensleydale sheep means that it shines and dyes with a very "silky" lustre indeed. This yarn was created with the…

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Fibre wise, I simply love Wensleydale. It rivals silk for the top spot as my dyeing favourite, as the exceedingly long, smooth hair of the Wensleydale sheep means that it shines and dyes with a very "silky" lustre indeed. This colourway is twist dyed with…

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Fibre wise, I simply love Wensleydale. It rivals silk for the top spot as my dyeing favourite, as the exceedingly long, smooth hair of the Wensleydale sheep means that it shines and dyes with a very "silky" lustre indeed. This colourway is twist dyed with…

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Fibre wise, I simply love Wensleydale. It rivals silk for the top spot as my dyeing favourite, as the exceedingly long, smooth hair of the Wensleydale sheep means that it shines and dyes with a very "silky" lustre indeed. This colourway is twist dyed with…

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Fibre wise, I simply love Wensleydale. It rivals silk for the top spot as my dyeing favourite, as the exceedingly long, smooth hair of the Wensleydale sheep means that it shines and dyes with a very "silky" lustre indeed. This colourway is twist dyed with…
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