We had a great time at the Southern Wool Show last weekend. It’s a really nice venue – lots of free parking and plenty of space to move around the stands. It’s also our closest show which means we can stay at home (this also makes my dog very happy as he doesn’t have to go on holiday to the kennels!)
We launched our Christmas self-striping yarn, ‘Deck the Halls’ – which sold out very quickly (sorry! We dyed twice as much as last year’s Christmas special but it obviously wasn’t enough. It will be available in the shop soon).
I taught two Tunisian crochet beginner’s workshops which were both great fun – I really love Tunisian crochet (you can see my Amplitude shawl in the photo above)! I also launched my new ‘Do you TSS?’ pin badges.
Our ‘cake’ display – before Christmas sold out!
We are now busy dyeing up more yarn for our next show – which is Yarndale 🙂 It will be our first time there and we’re really looking forward to it. Hoping to have a special self-striping colourway for the show (more details when Andrew has decided what he’s doing), and more of our ‘Deck the Halls’! I’m also teaching at Yarndale but both my classes have been sold out for a while. If you want to know more about Tunisian crochet, pop by our stand and if we aren’t too busy, I’m happy to give a quick demo 🙂
The drive home from the show takes me over the Ridgeway – and I had to stop and admire this amazing view for a few minutes!