Groene Hart Wool
This wool is gathered from the Dutch Texel sheep that reside in the Green Heart of the Netherlands. This wool is perfect for weaving straps and belts. Due to its natural white colour, it is easy to dye.
Finkhof Organic Wool
This wool is thicker and softer than my usual Groene Hart wool. It had beautiful natural colours (with the exception of the dyed versions). The source is German and they harvest locally.
Coburger wool in beige.
Natural Merino wool in woolwhite, dark brown and grey.
Dyed Merino wool in bright green and black.
Cotton is my go to if I need to keep the pricing a bit low on weaving. It comes in just about any thinkable colour and weaving easy and fast. I have a Dutch supplier and buy this local from a small yarn shop.
For hand sewing and embroidery I use organic linen from Venne Colcoton Unikat. This is also a Dutch supplier. Because I buy this yarn in bulk, I resell then on markets and in my etsy shop.
For my sewing machine I use recycled polyester, but I’m replacing it with organic cotton.