Handmade 100% natural chunky rustic wood & wool bracelets. Made from the natural coloured wool from our own sheep and foraged windfall & driftwood beads. The wool has been hand sheared and hand spun by myself then knitted into a cord. The beads have been hand turned but not overly worked so they are rustic and individual they are sealed with organic beeswax. I use branches from our ash trees and foraged driftwood to make the beads. Each bracelet is presented in a simple card gift box and make lovely unusual unique one of a kind gifts. Sizes vary slightly but as wool has a natural elastisity they will stretch over most avarage adult & teen hands.
Currently 5 available but these can also be custom made if you require a particular size, colour or type of wood.
Please view the picture and select a bracelet via the number within it, these are the exact same bracelets you will recieve.
1 – SOLD OUT
2 – Icelandic Grey Wool from Sven + Ash bead
3 – Soay x Shetland Wool from Tawny + Driftwood bead.
4 – Soay x Shetland Wool from Daffodil + Ash bead.
5 – Soay x Shetland Wool from Sweep + Driftwood bead.
6 – Jacob x Shetland Wool from Holly + Driftwood bead.
If you have any queries or questions send me a message.
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Mum and shephersess to 2 smallchildren and over 50 sheep. We live on the beautiful Llyn Peninsular in North West Wales at our smallholding with beautiful views overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia Mountains in the distance. The flock are purely kept for wool and cuddles. They are a miriad of different breeds and colours. Some were born and bred here and others were just in need of a safe place to call home.
We sell fleeces, wool fibres and handmade woollen adornements that are sustainable, natural and truly traceable all the way back to the individual sheep who wore the fleece for a year of his or her life. All our sheep get to live out their days here and sustain themselves through their fleeces alone. They are sheared by myself and my husband the traditional way with blade shears and everything is made by us by hand. There is no big company behind us, no factory full of machines and workers – just little old me and my sheep.