Named after the Avoca Village in County Wicklow Avoca was set up in 1723 as a co-operative where farmers could spin and weave their wool, the Mill's uncoloured yarn was turned into tweeds and blankets. However, colour soon came to Avoca as vivid natural vegetable dyes in reds, greens, and yellows brightened the Mill's output. These were soon recognised as Avoca Handweavers' signature hues.
We stock a fantastic range of brands but don't currently sell all of them online. If you can't find what you're looking for, please call us on 01728 452229 as we may have what you're looking for in our Aldeburgh store.
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