Please use 1st class post & order by 12pm 23rd January for St. Dwynwen's Day
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Melin Tregwynt is keeping the tradition of Welsh weaving alive. The mill is nestled in a remote wooded valley on the Pembrokeshire coast and has owned by the same family since 1912.
- Lovingly handmade by Sue in the Welsh hills
- Made with Melin Tregwnt's Welsh tapestry wool called Vintage Rose in a warm savanna
- It has a red woollen felted comb and yellow felt beak with button eyes
- It is filled with wheat and lined with wadding.
- 20cm high and weigh around 950g
A Little About the Maker…
Melin Tregwynt keep the tradition of Welsh weaving alive from their small white washed woollen mill in a remote wooded valley on the Pembrokeshire coast. There has been a mill on this site since the 17th century, when local farmers would bring their fleeces to be spun into yarn and woven into sturdy Welsh wool blankets. The family business has been handed down through three generations along with the skill and knowledge of this beautiful industry.
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Europe (Delivery aim: 3-5 working Days): £9.00
USA, Australia and Rest of World estimate (Delivery aim: 5-10 working Days): £16.00
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