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Natural yarns and creations based on the wool of local breeds of sheep, including the endangered lourdaise

Wool from Pyrenees for your creations

With Knitty and Woolly, I have at heart to preserve a natural and local resource, wool of Pyrenees, so that it is no longer a waste product, while encouraging local, artisanal companies to transform it into a yarn that is authentic and reflects the local terroir.

Moreover, through unique hand-made creations, I also want to highlight the endangered lourdaise, a local breed of sheep in the Pyrenees.

Yarns and knitting accessories
Natural french wool yarns, for all your projects

nouveau coloris rose quebracho obtenu par teinture végétale artisanale à l'atelier myrobolan, laine naturelle des pyrénées Knitty and Woolly

Discover the new colour "Rose quebracho" that completes the beautiful range of Azun yarns colours 

A soft, warm pink, dyed using traditional methods, to celebrate spring!


Your expérience

"I chose Azun Worsted to make a simple jacket (Burgos by Rosa Pomar). The wool is very round, well spun and even. I really like the dryness of it, but at the same time it doesn't sting. The colour is deep and true to the photos on the website. I've already knitted half of my jacket and I really like the look, the texture and the definition of the stitches :) The package also arrived beautifully wrapped with a few little surprises inside, which doesn't spoil the pleasure :). Thank you Fanny!


Our creations
Discover the wool bracelets, hand-woven in my workshop

bracelet tissé en laine naturelle des Pyrénées de la collection soleil, pièce unique artisanale par knitty and woolly

The new collection of woven bracelets is online! You're about to discover the Sun collection, inspired by Edvard Munch's painting "The Sun".

Each piece is unique, hand-woven in my workshop using wool from the Pyrenees.

a surprising natural material

Sheep's wool is an incredible natural fiber. There is so much to discover about this material... Where does it come from? How is it transformed into yarn? How is it used and in what forms?


At Knitty and Woolly, the wool comes from Lourdaise and Tarasconnaise sheep breeds and is harvested in the Hautes-Pyrénées, in the South West of France. It is then transformed into yarn by local actors who use ancestral processes. ​


Passionate about this fiber, I also use part of this wool to make creations in a 100% artisanal and natural way. All stages of wool transformation (sorting, carding, spinning, dyeing) can be discovered during workshops.

Filage au rouet


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I'm exhibiting at

Made in Wool 2024!

It will take place on 29 September at Court St Étienne in Belgium. 

Creative workshops

"Explore the secrets of wool"

Want to know more about this natural fiber and how to transform it into yarn? This workshop is for you!

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