The Ballinderry River

The beautiful Ballinderry River, running from the Sperrins through to Lough Neagh, was an important part of the linen...

Handmade Oxford 2022

We are excited to be attending Handmade Oxford, another wonderful event from the Handmade in Britain team at the beau...

Sowing Flax at Mallon Farm

We’re keeping a close eye on the weather these days as we hope to sow our flax soon. We use a traditional tool called...

Linen Wedding Anniversary

Linen is associated with the fourth wedding anniversary. The aristocrat of textiles and mankind’s oldest fibre, linen...

After the Flax Harvest at Mallon Farm

The flax has changed colour as it dries to a beautiful gold. At this stage we remove the seed heads in a process call...

The Flax Harvest at Mallon Farm

Traditionally, flax is harvested 100 days after being sown. So far that has been our experience here at Mallon Farm, ...

Double Retted Flax on Mallon Farm

A spinner has been testing some of last year’s fibre for us. The tests showed that there were still some pieces of th...
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