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London-Wul is a fibre farm in New Brunswick Canada where animals are neither destroyed nor sold without exception. Also a national award winning shop and studio, London-Wul is home to textile artist Heidi Wulfraat.


Thursday, December 27, 2012






Dorothy and I are taking a little spinning break. .... looking forward to blogging with you in the New Year.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Saturday, December 08, 2012



London Wul will be closed on December 23rd, reopening on January 3rd.
Peace and Best Wishes to All

Thursday, December 06, 2012





Congratulations to mom and daughter Dawn and Emilie who made these beautiful scarves in class.... awesome!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Dorothy Beatrice is ready to take on her very first winter. This was a knit that I simply couldn't resist.
A special thanks to Judith Swartz for her lovely Icelandic pattern as published in "Dogs in Knits" .
Home; the wood stove is fired, the slow cooker is steaming, Dorothy has her hand-knit sweater and winter  begins.

Sunday, October 21, 2012








... with abandon, no rules applied!




October 21, 2021

Monday, October 08, 2012

        


One of my favorite months for all of it's magnificent color.
October happens to be THE perfect month for dye pots. October also denotes  
change. There's change in the air and I must admit, I find it quite exhilarating. I am excited about all that is new around London Wul. A new learning space, new classes and workshops. NEW FABRICS, oh my gosh I'm so excited about our new fabrics. Lots of new ideas too, for this blog space, for new projects and play dates for which you are all invited!
Yes I do love October.






Friday, September 21, 2012



Finished up my Applique piece for City and Guilds.
Are you surprised to see my darling starling?










Wednesday, September 05, 2012





So here it is, my season for hand-dyeing.
The season for dressing up fibre in preparation for a long winter ahead.



















September 5, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012



LandFelt Class
...coming right up.
Happy felting everyone!














Thursday August 30, 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012



Rubbings


... so, this weekend I decided to make a large rubbing that I will eventually cut into bits and pieces for cloth collage. I first pinned a large piece of heavy lace fabric to my work surface.
I layered this with a silver piece of chiffon over which I rubbed using oil paint sticks.
.... leaving me with lots and lots of yardage to cut and paste!


















Saturday, August 11, 2012



Sketchbook


 More collage in search of design...
I have fun with these. Can you tell?


















Saturday August 11, 2012





Friday, August 03, 2012




Story Board

...the beginnings of a quilt.
Nowhere near the finish, just some thoughts.
My challenge was to use the phrase "three things".
A great way to launch some ideas!
Give it a try.
















Friday August 3, 2012




Tuesday, July 31, 2012


 
 
Earth  in Wool



..more dyepots this week.
Also, 
working in the homestretch for my City and Guilds certificate (final project proposal, Yikes!),
reached the halfway point in washing this years fleece,
sorting new fabric as it begins to arrive,
made peach pie for Arnold and puppy obedience class with Dorothy Bea begins tonight.
Life is good.












Tuesday July 31, 2012

Saturday, July 21, 2012



Dye Garden

My Dyers broom (dyers greenwood), neglected but thriving.
This will yield a lovely yellow dye, using alum as a mordant.
..we'll wait until Fall for that task.











Saturday, July21, 2012

Thursday, July 19, 2012





Oh, those lacey days of summer.



... in the shop
London-Wul's Suri Alpaca/Silk



London-Wul's merino lace




Merino/Silk lace



Alpaca blend


Alpaca blend



Silk lace by Fleece Artist



Blue faced Leicester lace by Fleece Artist



Alpaca lace by Misti Alpaca













Thursday July 19, 2012




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