| British Llama and Alpaca Association -www.llama.co.uk British Camelids promotes the responsible ownership, breeding and farming of Llamas, Alpacas and Guanacos in the UK. These animals are collectively known as camelids.|
|Angora Rabbit Breeders, Lovers, Learners! are all about "Everything Angoras". A place to connect, show, learn, enjoy and make the most of your Angora Rabbit husbandry. www.nationalangorarabbitbreeders.com |
|Mohair/ Angora Goat|
British Angora Goat Society -www.britishangoragoats.org.uk
The Registered Office for British Angora Goat Society and British Mohair Marketing is:
135 West Bawtry Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire S60 2XQ
Tel: 0114 360 2020
|The Fibre Lab -www.thefibrelab.co.uk - provides fine fibre testing evaluation services for cashmere and other fibre, along with other related services. Contact Hilary Redden|
|Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers www.wsd.org.uk|
The objectives of the Association are the preservation and improvement of the craftsmanship in hand weaving, spinning and dyeing for the benefit of the public and the promotion of public education in such craftsmanship.
|International Feltmakers Association - www.feltmakers.com|
The International Feltmakers Association was formed to foster worldwide interest in felt, to promote members' work and keep members in contact with one another for exchange of knowledge and ideas.
|Woolmark, Australia (good source of information) - www.wool.com.au|
We hope that the above sites will be of help. We will be pleased to pursue enquiries on your behalf where practical.
Please contact us at email@example.com
|Spinning - Weaving - Dyeing - Knitting - Crochet Workshops and Courses based in Ayrshire - www.createwithfibre.co.uk |
Janet is our tutor for our spinning and weaving courses in Midlothian and is a long-standing friend of Scottish Fibres.
She is a very experienced weaver, spinner and dyer and is the author of several publications, her most recent being "How to Spin Just About Anything" which is available from Scottish Fibres.