I’m still in Combe Martin but I’m a little more inland now about one mile up the road.
I still have all the wonderful yarns laid out in all their glory but now viewing has to be pre arranged as I’m not always there. I do have off road parking now so it’s easier to just pop in and I’m hoping to hold regular workshops in the future.
Click on the ‘Contact’ tab to get my new address and phone number and I hope you’ll visit me in my new location.
No money required for these packs, payment is your promise to make Stanley and get him back to me by 1st June ready for Strawberry Fair.
Finally on 27 December 2014 I launched my online shop, yay me!
You can find me at www.etsy.com/uk/shop/KnitMoor. It’s small at the moment but I will be adding to it daily. It’s surprising how long it takes to list!
Take a look and if you’ve never explored Etsy before, be warned it’s a crafters heaven filled with wonderful patterns and ideas. Happy shopping x
Just a heads up on a couple of Christmas events that are going on in and around Combe Martin.
First up we have the Berrynarbor Christmas Market on Sunday 7th December.
And also Christmas in Combe Martin, when all the shops will be open and borough road will be lined with lovely craft stalls. I heard a rumor that something quite special happening that evening too.
Both of these events are just the places to get those unique gifts for those special people in your world and I’ll keep you up to date with any other events that I hear off.
Our ‘Autumn in Wool’ event with Arlington Court was a great success. Thanks to everyone who knitted for us and I hope everyone who tried the kits enjoyed the wools I chose. The leaves have now moved onto Killerton National Trust and will be displayed there during their Cider and Apple Festival – http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/killerton/things-to-see-and-do/events/
I have teamed up with The National Trust’s Arlington Court to raise awareness of the Campaign for Wool, culminating in an exhibition at Arlington from 6-12 October.
Kits containing a small selection of wool’s – Noro was chosen because of it’s beautiful colours, Bessie May because of it’s unusual composition and West Yorkshire Spinners because of it’s origin – can be purchased from the shop or Arlington Court.
Throughout September and October Arlington Court are hosting a variety of events to celebrate the arrival of autumn.
I’ll keep you up to date with all their coming events but for more information about Arlington Court check out their web site www.nationaltrust.org.uk/arlington-court