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Found in a quaint backstreet of Bath, you’ll find Wool — an incredible shop, filled to the rafters with yarn. First opened in 2010, Wool has established a top reputation for the being place to go for all knitters and crochets', whether local or just visiting, thanks to their unparalleled knowledge on all things wool.
Step inside and you’ll find wall to wall yarn, in every possible colour, texture and thickness, so no matter what project you’re working on, Wool are certain to have the right product for you. Stocking yarns from well-known brands such as Erika Knight, Rico, King Cole and many more, Wool are passionate about working with British and small brands, but also source from across the globe to bring you the very best. They also have yarn from Dyebath, created by Laura, the owner of Wool!
For friendly faces ready to help and the very best selection of yarn and patterns, then head to Wool.
Our Knitting and crochet knowledge is legendary - we rarely come across a pattern that has us flummoxed or a yarn we can't substitute- and our customer service is second to none.
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