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Lyn Roberts Design

No.4 Cart-Tws Bach, Treffynnon

Haverfordwest SA62 5LA


Tel: 01348 831439

Mbl: 07821260547


Opening times : By appointment only, or pieces are available through stockists. Please see the list for more details.

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Oriel y Felin Gallery -

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With my thanks to Don Page for all the amazing photography you see on this website.

Yarn Fettling Tools

What do I mean by Yarn Fettling Tools? Well these are real heirloom pieces, but still eminently useable. As the only maker of Sterling Silver Crochet Hooks, Stitch Markers and Douple Pointed Needles in the UK, I have pleasure in being able to combine my love of all things "Wool" with my love of Silver. 

Each Crochet Hook is an exclusive piece, whilst being a practical tool to fashion things of joy from yarn of all types. The smoothness of the metal allows the Yarn to slide over the hook with grace. The unique designs at the top of each Hook makes the piece a delight to see as well as use; the hand forged thumb plate is perfectly weighted to allow the hook to sit perfectly in your hand.  Hooks are available in sizes 3mm - 5mm with larger pieces to order.

These Stitch Markers are quite beautiful. They are presented on a Sterling Silver Safety Pin which make them a complete festival of Silver for your knitting!  Use these little beauties to mark your pattern changes in style. They come in Clawdd (Hedgerow), Shell or Slate patterns.

And now, the most amazing things to add to the range....these are the "Pwtch's", hand made from the most glorious Vegetable Tanned leather; these beauties are hand stitched with great love and care in Pembrokeshire.  They are available in 6 traditional colours, Plum, Dark Blue, Dark Green, Chocolate, Tan and of course my favourite RED!  They have 6 slots for hooks, 5mm, 4.5mm, 4mm, 3.5mm, 3mm and a blank one for anything else you might wish to add.  They will be getting their 1st outing at Fibre-East in Ampthill later in July.  Can't wait to show everyone, may be difficult parting with them....  Oh and "Pwtch" is Welsh for Purse.