Fibreshed Producer

Raw Wool Company Ltd.

Undyed yarn that celebrates it's amazing lustre and shine

In the South West of Cornwall the Raw Wool Company produces yarn “in the colour the sheep intended”.

Undyed for a more natural finish, celebrating the amazing luster and shine that only undyed yarns can produce.

All the fibre that goes into producing their yarns are from their own flock of rare breed Wensleydale Sheep or from other young local farmers the Raw wool company supports.

100% SW wool that celebrates British breeds the Raw Wool company gives you high quaintly, fully traceable yarn of single origin.

Farmed in Cornwall, spun in Cornwall with complimentary Cornish inspired knitting patterns. “Yarn in the colours the sheep intended”.

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About Raw Wool Company Ltd.

Founder: Anton Belmonte
Crelly, Helston TR13 0EY, UK

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