Contemporary knits handmade for a sustainable wardrobe and home. 

Unmistakable provenance and authenticity.

Working with the wool from my flock of rare breed British sheep, I design and make limited edition artisan knits for your home, wardrobe and wellbeing.


Passionate about traceability I produce beautiful textiles products for the home that can be followed from design, through production and right back to my flock of sheep that graze the Cotswolds countryside. My happy sheep grow a new fleece every year, which I have processed at a specialist woollen mill in Cornwall. I then knit with the yarn in my studio, using a hand powered knitting machine, to create very special pieces with real provenance. For more information about my products you can have a good nosey around my online shop or contact me.


As seen in Country Living Magazine

Katie Allen and the Loopy Ewes flock was featured in the February issue of Country Living Magazine as part of their 'Kitchen Table Talent' stories.

As featured on BBC2's Back to the Land with Kate Humble

From the field to the big screen! Loopy Ewes featured on Series 2 of Back to the Land with Katie Humble, to find out more click here

Pebble Magazine

"Loopy Ewes is the real deal ... This is sustainable, closed-loop making at its finest. We’re in love with her bright geometric knitted cushions and hot water bottle covers."

Knot Keychains
Colourful, strong yarn keychains

Really flexible to attach to your keys or a bag with a yarn loop that makes them easy to hang up, hold onto to - or even fiddle with!

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Handwoven Pouch
The perfect accessory for necessities

Made from my beautiful handwoven fabrics these pouches are compact, but big enough for a phone, purse, lippy and keys. Click here to see more


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Katie Allen, shepherd designer maker

Katie Allen of Loopy Ewes, a shepherd designer maker who handcrafts limited edition textiles using the wool from her flock of rare breed British sheep