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Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • More beautiful weaving

    Just a quick note today to let you know that I will be away next week in Devon catching up with friends and visiting the AGWSD National Exhibition at Killerton House Devon. http://www.wsd.org.uk/news.php?go=headlines&id=48

    John will be in charge of the shop whilst I'm away. He will be at work so it won't always be possible respond to phone messages or to post orders until the following day, but he will get orders processed as quickly as possible. I expect to have email access where we are staying so will respond to messages as soon as I can.

    Once again my talented customers are showing us their weaving.

    silk shawl on loom IMG_1388 Silk shawl 1 Silk shawl 2 This stunning shawl was woven in our 20/2 silk by Jennifer and just goes to show what happens when you choose two colours that were made for each other and put them together with the right weave structure. Gorgeous, glowing iridescence!!

  • Website update and beautiful weaving

    Since launching the new website there have been quite a few changes to get used to here at MFWY HQ some are different for customers as well, so I thought it might be helpful to mention them. Please let us know if these or anything else is causing you any problems we will do our best to get it sorted out.

    Our new payment system works well for most of our customers but may be a little problematic for some because of the way it carries out security checks. Security of your information during the checkout process is of prime importance so the system checks various pieces of information you have provided. If your payment is unsuccessful please get in touch as this can usually be easily remedied as It's usually just a matter of a letter or a number not matching up.

    The new postage system has involved some changes in packaging particularly with smaller packages as the label we now use is rather large. As a result we have started to use plastic bags that are big enough to accommodate the label. It's likely that over time we will use these for the majority of parcels. It would be really helpful to hear your feedback and please let us know if any parcels arrive where packaging isn't intact.

    On a lighter note here's a picture of a beautiful scarf woven by Jacqueline. She used white Jaggerspun Zephyr woven in a snowflake twill. I think it's stunning and the contrast between the directions of the twill floats subtly obvious even though it is woven in the one shade.

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