Entries by Sue Reed

It’s goodbye from me……..

So it’s finally over and out for me. I’ve set today, May 1st, as the date I retire from my duties as The Woolly Pedlar, and in a minute will introduce to Laurie, who is taking over the business. I’ll be doing a Facebook Live at 8pm if any of you can join me. I’m […]

The Date is Set for My Retirement

  I’ve been doing a lot of pondering over the weekend, and as a result, the date has been set, and I am going to retire on 1st May 2019. I’ve decided finally to hang up my Woolly Pedlar coat  to concentrate on my writing and Nanny duties. I had hoped to carry on with […]

A New Chapter Begins for The Woolly Pedlar

A new chapter begins for The Woolly Pedlar, as I become a part-time upcycler and textile designer, part-time childminder, and part-time student of Creative Writing. In the last blog I wrote about my search for a new Woolly Pedlar to take the woolly baton and carry on the race to recycle waste wool knitwear. I’ve […]

Half Term Pixie Poncho Sale

There’s certainly a nip in the air up here in Northumberland for half term week. It’s bright and sunny mind you, and the autumn colours are looking glorious. To help keep your little ones warm and cosy when out and about collecting leaves and conkers, I’ve reduced all children’s ponchos on the website. I’ve taken […]

Tales from the Woolly Garret – Poncho Love

Oh boy! I have been completely blown away by the response to my End Of Summer Sale. I have reduced adult ponchos and woolly wraps by forty per cent, so I guess that is a really good reduction, and I’m thrilled that so many of you have taken advantage of this. It’s awesome that so […]

Rainy Day Activities – A Woollen Flower Brooch.

Having been out for a 5 mile walk this morning, enjoying what was a lovely Spring day, here in Northumberland, I’ve been spending the afternoon, experimenting with making woollen flowers. Woolfest will be announcing plans very soon, to ask everyone to bring a woollen flower along to the event,  and I’m working on making some […]

A Hug For Vanessa

I’ve just come back from jolly old Hexham town, and a lovely lunch date with my dear friend, Vanessa. We enjoyed an excellent bowl of butternut squash and red pepper soup, and a delicious fluffy cheese scone at The Tans Vegetarian Restauarant. I had arranged to meet Vanessa, to hand over the ‘waterfall shawl’ I’d […]