Category Archives: Maniototo wool

A New Home

Maniototo Wool now has a new home in Geraldine, South Canterbury – much closer to where our woolly producers areView full post »

Wool for Felting

Our 24 micron wool sliver is superb for wet felting. The 2 day felting workshop I’ve just been on was a great wayView full post »

The Latticework Cowl

Just finished making this wool cowl designed for Maniototo Wool by Wei Siew Leong – in our new one-off colour,View full post »

A Woolly Winter

Winter has arrived. There’s snow on Mount Arthur, the mornings are chilly and the sunshine hours are shorter &#View full post »

Wool for Children

Oh the delight (and exhaustion) of having a 3 yr old staying while her farming parents are out of the country promotingView full post »

Hand Dyed Wool for Mapua

The Mapua Makers Market is on Sunday 1st June, and we are delighted to be bringing Maniototo Wool to it – theView full post »

New Wool Colour

There is a demand for a new wool colour as a strong contrast with our warm subtle hand dyed Maniototo Wool colours. SoView full post »

New design in Maniototo Wool

Today a wonderful new design has been released by Kiwiyarns Knits for Maniototo Wool. It is a very cosy cowl to snuggleView full post »

Wool blanket

I know, I know. Maniototo Wool was designed as a yarn for knitting – but take a look at this blanket designed andView full post »

Maniototo Wool Vest

Here is my new, favourite wool vest for autumn. It is knitted with our aran style Maniototo Wool – colour, BarnView full post »

The Colours of Wool

You can’t stop a dyer from experimenting. Take a look at these random dyed wool colours to knit with our standardView full post »

Wonders of Wool Market

Wellington Underground Market is having their “Wonders of Wool” theme market on 5th April and WE WILL BEView full post »

New Zealand Wool Hats for Children

Just take a look at the wooden display stands made for me by Joost. It just happened that Joost was emptying hisView full post »

Knitted wool vest for baby

Three mothers have asked for a pattern for a knitted baby vest in Maniototo wool. I found this one free on line, andView full post »