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  • Environmental Policy
    haven t are GOTS approved Mordants comply with GOTS standards Packaging and labels are recycled paper or card corn starch or cellophane Polythene is kept to an absolute minimum The aim is for 100 recyclable or biodegradable but I feel that 95 will be the maximum that can be achieved Some items need the extra protection of polythene but we are constantly on the look out for a viable alternative Dyeing practices have been studied and modified carefully over the past 15 years When in North Wales it was not possible to harvest rainwater or change anything at the property it was not our own since moving we have set up a small rainwater harvesting system this will be built up over time and ideally hope to provide all the dyehouse needs Where possible dyebaths are started from previously exhausted baths liquor is rarely thrown away be it dye or mordant This operating system is known as closed loop All yarns whether organic or not are cared for and processed in a similar way If organic then ONLY organically certified dyes are used likewise detergents etc the only thing that is not organically certified is ME After much time studying

    Original URL path: http://www.mulberrydyer.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10:environmental-policy&catid=21:environmental-policy&Itemid=23 (2016-04-28)
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  • Our Yarns
    produce a 4ply weight yarn It of course carries the British Wool mark Following my environmental policy I use Bio D organic liquid for scouring alum and cream of tartar as my main mordants and natural dyes that are ethically sourced or carry GOTS certification in the case of extract dyes Sold in 50g hanks this yarn is ideal for hose or period knitting 7 50 per 50g hank Wensleydale DK The wool comes from Yorkshire where it is worsted spun to produce a DK weight yarn There are wool finds at Coppergate York which have the same crimp sheen and micron count as this fibre so it s my best guess for representing their yarn Following my environmental policy I use Bio D organic liquid for scouring alum and cream of tartar as my main mordants and natural dyes that are ethically sourced or carry GOTS certification in the case of extract dyes Sold in 50g or 100g hanks depending on the size of your project that s a nominal 112 or 225metres in length 7 50 per 50g hank 14 per 100g hank Organic Merino DK and Aran The wool is produced and processed in South America organically certified woolen spun and in either DK or Aran weight Following my environmental policy I use Bio D organic liquid for scouring alum and cream of tartar as my main mordants and natural dyes that carry GOTS certification extract dyes Sold in 100g hanks 16 per 100g hank Alpaca Sock The yarn is produced and processed in South America woolen spun sock weight yarn Following my environmental policy I use Bio D organic liquid for scouring alum and cream of tartar as my main mordants and natural dyes that are ethically sourced or carry GOTS certification in the case of

    Original URL path: http://www.mulberrydyer.co.uk/index.php?view=article&catid=22%3Aour-yarn&id=9%3A-our-yarns&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=24 (2016-04-28)
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  • The Mulberry Dyer
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  • Our Products
    from 25 33 80 Russian Spindle 17 23 Russian Spindle with brass tip 20 27 Support Bowl 10 13 50 Mediæval Pewter Whorl small and large 15 20 Silk spindles w ith support bowl 13 50 18 20 Nostepinne 9 12 Wool Distaff 12 16 20 Peruvian Plyer 12 16 20 Niddy Noddy large approx 2yd 25 33 Niddy Noddy medium approx 1mtr 15 20 Medieval Niddy Noddy approx 2 yds 35 47 25 Hand carders R eal leather backed flat 80 108 pair Tablet Loom replica medieval period 90 122 Tablets each 1 70 2 30 set of 12 18 24 30 Beater Shuttle Hand made box wood 10 13 50 Hand made beech wood 9 12 Shuttle Hand made beech wood 6 00 8 Tablet Loom plus 12 tablets and shuttle 115 155 Inkle Loom 45 61 Moving Heddle Inkle Loom 60 81 Weaving Combs 1 1 40 per cm Tassel Wrapper 5 6 80 Lucette from 9 12 Braiding Disk 36 slots from 9 50 12 80 Disk stand 4 50 6 Braiding disk bobbins set of 8 small 3 50 4 80 large 4 50 6 Each 50p 70c or 60p 80c Braiding disk weight seal or mulberry 4 5 40 ea Braiding disk weight mulberry Leaf or sheep 3 4 ea Trollen Disk 8 slots 8 50 11 50 Squisk 36 slots 12 16 20 64 slot Braiding disk with stand 45 61 Marudai and Mirror 6 35 47 7 45 61 Books Braids for Squisk and Disk 4 5 by D Bamford J Stoker available in English French Dutch and German various Woolgatherings titles 3 95 5 ea The Mediæval Dyepot Dyer in the Garden Dyers Palette Calendar of Common Dyeplants Knitting handspun yarns Insatiable Spinner All by Rowena Edlin White and Dee Duke Medieval Textile Dyeing by J Edmonds 22 50 28 The History of Woad by J Edmonds 9 11 50 Tyrian or Imperial Purple Dye by J Edmonds 9 11 50 Inkle Loom Weaving by J Cooper 4 5 Tablet Weaving by Thorskegga Thorn 4 5 Natural Dyes by Dominique Cardon 99 124 The Colourful Past by Judith Hofenk de Graaf 70 88 Stationery and Art Replacement graphite sticks individual 1 1 20 Pack of 5 4 5 Handbeaten English Gold Leaf book 25 leaves 20 25 Silver leaf book 25 leaves 10 12 50 Bone Knitting Needles Hand finished bone knitting needles set of 5 dpns 3mm or 2 5mm 22 27 50 Historical Dyes Dyes listed by Latin name with English French German and Italian names where known underneath Nominal weight of packet 100g unless otherwise stated Letter Euro Sterling A 1 50 1 25 B 2 20 1 70 C 2 60 2 10 D 3 20 2 50 E 4 00 3 15 F 5 30 4 25 G 6 30 5 00 H 7 50 6 00 J 8 80 7 00 K 12 50 10 00 L 21 20 17 00 Dyes that give Yellows

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  • The Mulberry Dyer
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  • Environmental Policy
    of extract dyes that are used have full organic certification those that haven t are GOTS approved Mordants comply with GOTS standards Packaging and labels are recycled paper or card corn starch or cellophane Polythene is kept to an absolute minimum The aim is for 100 recyclable or biodegradable but I feel that 95 will be the maximum that can be achieved Some items need the extra protection of polythene but we are constantly on the look out for a viable alternative Dyeing practices have been studied and modified carefully over the past 15 years When in North Wales it was not possible to harvest rainwater or change anything at the property it was not our own since moving we have set up a small rainwater harvesting system this will be built up over time and ideally hope to provide all the dyehouse needs Where possible dyebaths are started from previously exhausted baths liquor is rarely thrown away be it dye or mordant This operating system is known as closed loop All yarns whether organic or not are cared for and processed in a similar way If organic then ONLY organically certified dyes are used likewise detergents etc the only

    Original URL path: http://www.mulberrydyer.co.uk/index.php?view=article&catid=21%3Aenvironmental-policy&id=10%3Aenvironmental-policy&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=23 (2016-04-28)
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  • The Mulberry Dyer
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