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Fibre Club

Fibre Club

Price is for 250g

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Can I combine this with other items in my cart?

You can but if you add other items to your cart the whole order will not be posted until the hand dyed fibre is ready!

Which dyes are used?

We use FibreDYE acid milling dyes.

Welcome to my hand dyed Fibre Club. This is how it works. Every 2 months I'll hand dye a whopping 250g of gorgeous fibre in a surprise colourway and send it to your door!

    When to expect delivery...

    So we dye at the end of every other month (shown above) once we know how many subscribers we are dyeing for. We then post them as soon as the braids are dry (first week of following month). Our dyeing months for 2024 will be Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct and Dec. Standard postage will apply.

    The colours...

    One of the greatest surprises of any fibre club is not knowing exactly what you will get so we are not going to tell you in advance what the colours are! I will add photos each month & post on Instagram #fibrehutclub so you'll be able to see what you've missed!

    Why every 2 months?

    I don't know about you but the weeks and months seem to come around so quickly and I just can't spin that fast! Bi-monthly releases allow us to ensure that the dyeing isn't rushed, quality maintained and it allows you to wait with anticipation of the goodness yet to arrive through your letterbox!

    Bigger 250g bumps!

    Pretty 100g braids are all very well but more often than not you just need more! 250g, even spun as a chunky weight yarn, will give you enough for a sizeable scarf or shawl. A 250g jumbo bump will also allow you to manage the colours a little more flexibly than a smaller braid will - some months the colours may lend themselves to being separated and spun for a gradient effect, for example.

    100% wool...

    Although the base fibre may not always be a British breed it most likely will not be Merino. Don't get me wrong - there's nothing wrong with Merino but there is plenty of it already out there and I really want to encourage the use of other fibres and an appreciation of their characteristics.

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