Thistle Wool Shop

4 Sep

So my mum took me for my first visit to Thistle Wool shop in Cowplain on Saturday. It is utterly beautiful!

I didn’t even get a proper look at the wool as I was too busy looking at the gorgeous fabrics ( and we were short of time, as were we technically supposed to be helping strip wallpaper at my parents new house but hey ho…that’s what husbands are for surely?) I brought just a few fat quarters to keep me going. I think they are stunning and will hopefully help create  something beautiful.x


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