Google is great, so they tell us, but sometimes what you’re looking for is on page 756 so to make life a little easier we have listed a few web sites that we have found useful or interesting. Just click on the web address and you will be whisked away - don’t forget to come back though. If you can recommend a web site let us know and we will add it to the list..
|ORGANISATION||WHAT THEY DO||WEB CONTACT|
|International Feltmakers Association||Local groups explore feltmaking in all its forms, a very lively organisation.||www.feltmakers.com|
|The Guild of Spinners, Dyers and Weavers||Local groups in the UK and internationally promote these ancient craft skills.||www.wsd.org.uk|
|The European Textile Network||Textile artists show their work, mount exhibitions and explore all things textile. Inspirational.||www.etn-net.org|
|Herts Fabric||A supplier of textiles for re-enactors. The fabrics are made from natural fibres and of superb quality.||www.hertsfabrics.co.uk|
|Art In Action||Organisers of the Waterperry Event in Oxfordshire, UK||www.artinaction.org.uk|
|Loving Hands||The ethos behind Loving Hands is to bring together like minded crafters who band together to knit, crochet and sew for charities and groups from all over the world.||www.lovinghands.org.uk|
|Queen Street Mill Textile Museum||On the outskirts of Burnley - a town once dominated by the textile industry, lies Harle Syke, the home of Queen Street Mill, the last surviving, operational steam powered weaving mill in the world. Owned by a workers co-operative “The Queen Street Manufacturing Company” the mill is a time capsule of the late Victorian age, which produced cloth using Victorian steam driven power looms until its closure in 1982.||Queen Street Mill|
|Judith Whitworth||The most comfy indoor slippers, second only to our felted slipper kit email@example.com|
|Paradise Fibres||A source of information suggested by Girl Scouts in California.||www.paradisefibers.com|
|Ascog Wool||Ascog wool is reared and sheared from pedigree Shetland and Hebridean sheep grazed on the
Isle of Bute, Scotland.