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Craft bookbinder in the Spotlight as The Wool Clip re-opens

Exposed-Stitching_1 Examples of Kate's work
As The Wool Clip shop at Caldbeck re-opens post-lockdown, there is a Spotlight display of work by guest artist, Kate Bowles. Kate creates hand-bound notebooks and journals from recycled and vintage materials and a selection of her pieces will be on sale during April and May at The Wool Clip. "I first met Kate when I was doing a show at Saltaire in ...
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New member brings crochet creations to The Wool Clip

Tracey-Todhunter-Profile-Photo-2020 Tracey Todhunter
The Wool Clip shop at Caldbeck in Cumbria has re-opened with a selection of colourful crochet creations from a new member, Tracey Todhunter (56) of Armathwaite in the Eden Valley. Tracey is a knitwear and crochet designer, trading individually as Granny Cool and now the 12th member of the Cumbrian Wool Clip co-operative. "I've been a keen follower ...
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Woolfest stays online for 2021

Join-in-on-FB-and-Insta Spreading the word online
Woolfest will be taking place online for the second year and is looking forward to welcoming thousands from around the world via social media. "We want to support as many of the businesses that would have been at Woolfest as we can," says Marion Rae, one of the organisers and a member of The Wool Clip. "Last year, we had just a few weeks to pull to...
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