White Gum Wool Wrapped Collection

It’s finally here! We absolutely love working with White Gum Wool. White Gum Wool sheep are raised on a single farm, in the high midlands of Tasmania. They graze in mostly native pastures where they can find the plants they need to keep healthy, without any chemicals, in the loving care of Nan Bray and her gorgeous dogs.

We took a trip down the Huon Valley with Sally (aka Sallyravels) and our superstar photographer Lisa Kuilenberg and got in front of the camera ourselves for a change.

Who dat?

 

We couldn’t be more thrilled to be included in such a generous-hearted bunch of designers.

Sally says it best:

The Wrapped Collection: seventeen beautifully crafted patterns from designers in crochet and knitwear. Clean, simple lines and saturated colours combine with the softness of White Gum Wool. Effortlessly wrapping you in warmth, these versatile pieces will carry you through the seasons and become wardrobe staples. From socks, mitts and hats to keep your extremities cosy, garments to warm your core, and a blanket perfect for a baby, the collection expands into a generous selection of wraps and shawls. Sustainable, ethical Tasmanian wool meets modern design, dovetailing to bring you a wonderful new collection of patterns to craft with.

Our Wrapped Collection is filled to the beanie-brim with knit and crochet designs to get your creativity flowing. There’s a shed-load of inspiration here, using our 4ply and 8ply Merino yarn, our 5ply silk/merino blend, reinforced sock yarn and our 12ply bouclé.

We have three contributions, below.

You can get in on the fun in the Ravelry group , purchase one of our patterns by clicking its image above (coming soon), or browse the other gorgeous designs here.  We’re having a stitch along with prizes, so make sure you keep an eye on our instagram and Rav group!

About Sarah

I’m mum to Essie and Finley and furkid Radley, and married to the most beautiful Andy. You can find me drinking coffee (am), or wine (mostly pm), running in the bush, squooshing yarn, but always dreaming about designing all the things.

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