Get­ting baa-ck to na­ture at shop

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PEOPLE IN PICTURES -

IRIS in High Street, Old Amer­sham is now sell­ing the ‘world’s most amaz­ing nat­u­ral fi­bre’.

The shop launched its Smalls brand, which uses Merino sheep wool, on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 4.

Ca­tri­ona Pharo, who was be­hind the launch, said: “We are bring­ing the old school woolly vest back to the chil­dren of the UK but have cre­ated a to­tally new school style us­ing ar­guably the world’s most amaz­ing nat­u­ral fi­bre. They are very beau­ti­ful and last for­ever.”

The shop cre­ated a mini farm on the streets of Amer­sham with grass, picket fenc­ing and model sheep.

Daniel Prag, six, tries blow paint­ing, left in­set, Mil­lie Richard­son, eight, made a loom bracelet Be­low, Michael Tuf­fery and Tom Wells, in­set, Si­mon Broadley and Jonathan Peck and bot­tom, Bud En­der­sby (left) with Laura Jayne and a friend

Cat Pharo, left,and Emma Adam, founders of Smalls, launched their range at Iris with a lit­tle help from a sheep

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