10 patterns inspired by the farm that we love and nurture every day. Each garment name taken from the Tithe maps of the 1840s. Tithe, the old English for a tenth, was what was due to the land owner, every tenth fleece, lamb, calf or bushel was taken as payment for the land use. In the Act of 1836 these difficult to monitor, and unpopular tithes where changed into a monetary amount.
The book not only details some of the history of the farm but also our commitment to tread lightly on this land, farming sustainably and producing only the most beautiful quality yarns.
All designs are by Emma Boyles
Brickfield Cardigan, Brickfield Cowl, Brickfield Sweater, Caustens Hat, Hangers Hyle Shawl, Minchins Croft Sweater, Minchins Croft Tank, No Mans Land Sweater, Cherry Plum Cardigan, Chequers Sweater
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