Bone Lane Studio

Sarah Wetherald-Cross Plus

“Sustainable Textiles & Yarns”

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  • Hand Spun Yarn Pack

    Hand Spun Yarn Pack

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  • Hand Spun Yarn Pack

    Hand Spun Yarn Pack

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  • Hand Knit Scarf

    Hand Knit Scarf

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  • Hand Woven Blanket Scarf

    Hand Woven Blanket Scarf

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  • Hand Spun Yarn Pack - 9 x Yarns

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  • Pink & Black Art Yarn - Super Chunky

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  • Sustainable Hand Spun Yarn (Aran Weight) 175 g

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  • Hand Spun Yarn - Aran Weight 122 g

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  • Bright Hand Spun Yarn - 200g Skein

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About Bone Lane Studio

Bone Lane Studio

Sustainable handcrafted textiles and yarns

Hiya, I'm Sarah and Bone Lane Studio is the name of my textile studio in wild and rugged mid Wales, UK. The name comes from the Latin for 'good wool', which is 'bone lane'.

I offer sustainable textiles, both for the home and also as wearable accessories or clothing. All of the yarns used to produce the textiles are either spun by me (from textile waste that I reprocess) or are sourced from recycling the yarn from sweaters as well as carefully sourced charity shop yarns or donated yarns - yup, I'm the weird lady that everyone passes their unwanted wool to!

As I spin my own yarns, I sometimes go nuts and spin more than I need...surplus yarns are offered for you to make your own items

I also produce a small range of exclusive textile jewellery.

Every item that I make is utterly unique and is unable to be replicated due to the materials used in the construction of each item.
The use of water is kept to an absolute minimum and is always recycled in my vegetable or flower garden. When power is used it is provided by an eco friendly power supplier.

So, why textiles? Well, my Nan taught me to knit a few decades ago and this sparked a love affair with wool....over time this developed into teaching myself to weave, then wanting to know how to spin, so I found someone to show me how to do the basics and then I practised daily until I got the hang of it, and I've never looked back.
I come from a very long line of industrious women who made and sold clothing or who worked in textile mills, either weaving silk or cotton...and I like to think that I am carrying on that family tradition.

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