Kristina joined Julia George on air on BBC Radio Kent yesterday (Tuesday 5th May) as part of their feature about the rise in crafting & making while people are spending more time at home.
Explaining a little more about our history, our flock of Romney sheep and the wool which we use in our range - including why it is perfectly suited for spinning, knitting & felting - Kristina gave an in depth insight into the amazing benefits and versatility of wool, which we always champion.
Usually at this time of year we would be out at fairs, but with this impossible currently, the majority of our sales are coming through our online shop, including a huge upsurge in the number of yarn, knitting & felting kits. There's most definitely a connection between making and wellbeing and so many are turning to craft as a way to keep busy, to enjoy with the children and for that sense of achievement when a project is complete. Pictured is Kristina's daughter, Sophia, with her own felting project.
The full range of Romney Marsh Wools products may be bought for home delivery on our online shop.
Listen to the full interview on BBC Radio Kent here - Kristina is on at around 2 hrs 43 mins.