Fibreshed Producer

Two Rivers Mill

Dorset
Small-scale worsted mill specialising in alpaca and alpaca blends

We are a small-scale family-run worsted spinning mill in Dorset processing mainly alpaca fibre supplied from the South West and wider UK. The mill provides a manufacturing service for breeders, garment designers and product makers. Occasionally we have lots of tops and yarns for sale as well as ‘waste’ fibre from the process that makes a valuable resource for local spinners and soft furnishing makers.

We also take part in seminars to spread knowledge about fibre processing and product manufacture.

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About Two Rivers Mill

Founder: Phil Allen
Wimborne, UK
07802 442228

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