Fibreshed Producer

Blacker Yarns

Cornwall
100% natural breed specific yarn from British sheep

Blacker Yarns was launched in 2008 and we produce high quality British yarn, products and patterns. All our yarn is spun and processed in Cornwall, by our sister company The Natural Fibre Company. Our beautiful yarn is made out of 100% pure and natural fibres – wool, alpaca, linen and mohair. We source our fibre as locally as possible for our beautiful yarn ranges, including much from the South West. The natural fibres used can be turned into classic, elegant and hard-wearing products that reward those who value and care for them.

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About Blacker Yarns

Founder: Kamila
Unit B Pipers Court, Pennygillam Way, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 7PJ

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