“The “accessories “ box proved popular again in 2020 so I have decided to continue the theme Famous Movies for 2021 . Each month will include a new exclusive pattern designed by myself , or another designer plus yarn and high quality gifts . Throughout the year it will give you the chance to try different yarn bases , thicknesses and techniques . There will be socks, shawls , cowls , gloves , mittens etc , ideal for Christmas gifts or just for yourself.
This year is i am continuing with the theme "famous movies" I enjoy visiting the cinema to watch a movie although this year because of the pandemic this hasn't happened . i hope throughout the year you enjoy the movies I choose, if you have a favourite please message me and i maybe be able to use it. The movie for April I Billy Elliot. Billy Elliot is a 2000 British dance drama film directed by Stephen Daldry and written by Lee Hall. Set in County Durham, England during the 1984–85 miners' strike, the film is about a working-class boy who discovers his passion for ballet, despite his father's objection and the negative stereotype associated with being a male ballet dancer. The film stars Jamie Bell as 11-year-old Billy, Gary Lewis as his father, Jamie Draven as Billy's older brother, and Julie Walters as his ballet teacher.
Each box will contain a skein of yarn , a pattern to complement the yarn and gifts to match the theme.
The yarn is hand painted using environmentally friendly dyes , And is sourced from either the UK or South America.
The dye Process: We use non-toxic acid dyes .The dye process has very little waste , and all of the dyes are exhausted into yarns before any water is poured away. I use food grade citric acid as setting agent, and rinse with water, to maintain a low impact on the environment. i take care to provide colourfastness, but some bleeding may occur in the first wash.
all yarns are stored in a smoke and pet free environment. To allow for some gifts to be made the boxes will be mailed in Approximately 4 weeks or earlier if all the gifts arrive.