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Homegrown yarns: this month’s issue of Knitting (issue 228) features designs in yarn grown, produced and dyed in the UK. The climate crisis, the need to reduce carbon footprints and even some of the economic and transport complications in the wake of Brexit mean there is more of a moral incentive to knit with British yarn than ever before. In this issue, we share with you some incredible farmers, spinners, dyers and producers making British wool that you can cosy up and knit with.
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