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About Us

Welcome to Lulu’s Stash. Thank you for taking a look at our stash. Lulu’s Stash was founded by Lucinda in 2014 with the aim of encouraging others to take up crochet, sewing, knitting and all that is wool and fabric.

Lulus stash is a partnership with Lucinda and Cheryl, both neighbours on farmland in the beautiful Ards Peninsula, Northern Ireland. We supply high quality wool, fabric and accessories at fair prices. We ship UK wide or provide free local pickup (just choose your preference at check-out).

About Lucinda…

I am Lucinda, otherwise known as Lulu. I am an avid crafter and cannot remember a time when I was not making something, be it knitting, or sewing or something involving sticky backed plastic.

I went through phases of knitting, tapestry, cross stitch and patchwork, I taught myself to crochet after watching an episode of Call the Midwife and then began a search for a quality, reasonably priced yarn.  After trying a few I discovered Stylecraft Special, then came up with the idea of opening an online shop specialising in colour themed packs, and in June 2014 I did just that.

I am based on our family farm and am lucky to have help from both my husband Wallace and my 2 of my sons, Simon and Ben.

About Cheryl…

I am Cheryl. I am originally from Canada. I grew up in the province of Saskatchewan, a beautiful place with hot summers but -35 winters!. I met my husband, Iain and we lived in Calgary near the Rocky Mountains before moving to Northern Ireland in 2015 with our three children - Iain, Zoey and Finlay.

I was introduced to crochet by Lucinda and have honestly never looked back. My passion for colour coordination and love of crochet and wool makes this the best job in the world.

Please take a look at our Facebook page or follow us on Instagram - lulus_stash.

You can also contact Lucinda on 07872 059564 or Cheryl on 07484 804108

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