Note on Colours & Shades
For those of you who may not be familiar with our products, Shade #1 is the lightest variation of each colour and Shade #9 is the darkest.
Whilst we have made every effort to colour-match the images on the website to the actual colours of the thread, it should be noted that colours and shades may appear differently to people and this will also vary, depending on the browser you are using as well as the settings on the various devices which you may be using to view our online shop.
We highly recommend that you purchase one of our excellent Shade Cards - so that you can see exactly what our products look and feel like in the flesh (or should that be 'in the fleece'?)
Different dye runs can sometimes generate slightly different colour shades and, if this occurs, we will update the website with new images and flag up any noticeable variations on our Home Page.
As some of our customers may already be aware, our initial stock was purchased from the now defunct Pearsalls Embroidery & Langley Threads, which was lovingly operated by Carol in Cardiff. Some of the colour names have been altered to improve clarity and additional colours will be added in future dye runs. However, we have retained the same product codes used by Langley Threads for the current stock (e.g. 'H0353 - Lilac 3').
For those of you who have a further interest in the evolution of our products, here is a potted history:
Changes made in December 2019
H0160 - Drab renamed 'Bark'
H0300 - Crimson renamed 'Salmon'
H0320 - Olive Brown renamed 'Olive'
H0210 - Lapis renamed 'Lapis Blue'
H0310 - Daffodil renamed 'Daffodil Yellow'
H0360 - Valencia renamed 'Valencia Orange'
H0250 - Gobelin Green renamed 'Goblin Green'