Local Spun & Dyed Yarns

The Wool Stash is proud to stock the beautiful yarns spun and hand dyed by Tammy Noble.  Tammy has been crafting for over 30 years, honing her skills in wool dying, spinning, sewing, fashion design and many others. She is a well known Maldon resident and a master spinner in regular and novelty yarns and has exhibited at local fairs and markets.  Wool dying is one of her biggest passions and she loves creating unique combinations of vibrant colors and textures.

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Tammy is  a dedicated teacher of the art of spinning and her special passion is sustaining spinning as a skill to be passed on to future generations.

So please come in and have a look at the great work Tammy has done.

Looking In To A Great Room

When I am looking in to a great room what do I see? What can I touch or find?

Well I am going to tell you about the first time I walked in to The Wool Stash.

When I entered I found a very big area of colour from a soft grey to a bright deep red which was on the left hand side. I could find the whole rainbow in one room, that comes from the Australian WOOLganic range. The array of wool and yarn is one of the best and most amazing expanse to have in The Wool Stash.
At this point I am still standing in the doorway and slowly but surely walked my way to the amazingly placed possum with the deep blue and the misty green. The soft touch is the most amazing thing in the world.
When I walk to the right of the possum there is this stunning superfine that feels like a baby’s body. In which the colour can make me want to swim in the best place of the shop. But the Zooey is about three times more vibrant in colour than the superfine. Oh and the Natural colour of Tarndie is some of the most outstanding look of a no-dyed wool. As I walk to the next room I see the chunkiness of the Colorado sets perfectly in the shelves. I also see the brightness of the tweed and harmony. Ah the SouthLander is so deep and rich in colour and the Loyal is so bright and rich. There are also tables in the second room in which I can sit and knit.

Please Come and Have a look at the amazing shop in Maldon,Vic. called The Wool Stash.


How we began our journey

The first purchase of stock for The Wool Stash resulted from a lively discussion with Tom from Tarndie over the kitchen table at our Muckleford homestead.
Tom brought along his polworth fibre which we immediately fell in love with.

This began a passionate journey to source the best fibres from Australia and New Zealand and make them available in a down to earth shop-front in historic Maldon.