Craft Sessions for Adults
At the National Wool Museum we provide a wide range of workshops for adults in a wide variety of interesting areas such as crochet, dyeing, peg loom weaving, spinning, knitting, upcycled clothing, make and mend sessions. The programme is continually changing. To find out more please visit the What's On pages of our website or contact us at the Museum for more information.
Home Educated Groups
We work with a number of Home Educated Groups of all ages on various educational and craft sessions that can be tailor made to suit individual needs. Please contact the National Wool Museum for more information.
The museum Trail
A tour of the Museum will enhance pupils learning as they see the development from the Domestic Industry to the Industrial Machinery and stories of the people who lived and worked in the local community.
The Village trail
A village trail brings the effect of the Industrial Revolution to life as you discover the sites of old factories, compare the houses of the Mill owners to those of the workers, and see the growth of the village, through its churches, chapels, shops and community hall.
Carmarthen Spinners and Ceredigion Spinners Weavers and Dyers
The Spinners, Weavers and Dyers groups meet regularly at the National Wool Museum to share and demonstrate their skills. If you are interested in learning these traditional skills please contact the National Wool Museum for more information.
Come and join the group to knit, exchange patterns and ideas. All abilities welcome. Please contact the Museum for more information.
Mid Teifi Arts Rugmakers
The Mid Teifi Arts Rugmakers meet regularly at the Museum to share various rugmaking techniques including rag rugging, locker hooked mats etc. If you are interested in rugmaking please contact the National Wool Museum for more information.
At the National Wool Museum we have a number of groups and activities for Welsh Learners. We have weekly Welsh Lessons, monthly 'Dewch i Ganu' sessions to learn Welsh through singing and fortnightly 'Paned a Phapur' sessions where you can practice your Welsh language over a cup of coffee. We also provide sessions through TWF for mothers and babies. For more information please contact the National Wool Museum.