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Mulberry and Flax On The Road!

In 2018, Mulberry and Flax will be taking our trunk of goodies and hitting the road. (But don’t worry – the shop will still be open).
If you’d like to come and say hi, we’d love to meet you and show you some of our gorgeous range of yarns!

Here are some of the places you’ll find us.

The Australian Wool and Sheep Show

July 20 @ 9:00 am - July 22 @ 4:00 pm

Fibrefest 2018

October 27 @ 10:00 am - October 28 @ 4:30 pm

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Upcoming Workshops at Mulberry + Flax

We have some wonderful workshops coming up with expert tutors

Book for one – or all!

Make a Project Bag

June 30 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

For discerning artists and makers

We have carefully curated a selection of rare and finest quality products from local and international artisans.
Shop a limited range here online, find us at a market, come to the store and explore the treasures within, join us for a workshop or just drop by and knit.

Yarns

SOURCED FROM LOCAL MAKERS

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Textiles

FROM AROUND THE WORLD

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Accessories

FOR EVERY PROJECT 

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Inspiration

A gallery of ideas and stories from our makers

  • Great Southern Yarn

A Call for Design Submissions

A yarn this beautiful deserves beautiful designs. Great Southern Yarn is a 100% Australian yarn. Our first range is a blend of 50% merino and 50% alpaca.  The fleece is sourced from 3 NSW properties [...]

Great Southern Yarn – Colour Naming

I've always fancied the job of naming paint colours. Although after the 23rd shade of off-white, possibly not. So, I did look forward to the naming process, even before I'd received the first undyed [...]

Meet the Maker – Julie Steepe of Lucy Land

Julie Steepe is the owner of Lucy Land farm at Bulehdelah, on NSW’s mid-north coast. Lucy Land came about when Julie’s pet sheep, Lucy, needed somewhere quiet to retire to after living in Newcastle [...]

  • Gostwyck Merino

Meet the Maker – KPC Yarn

The KPC yarn story began over 70 years ago in Shanghai. After a move to Macau in the 1950’s, the successful family tailoring business grew into Novotex. Through Novotex, KPC Yarn is able to [...]

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