We’ve been incredibly busy of the last few weeks.
The Pop Up fibre week went very well, so well that we’ve decided to stick fibres for the foreseeable future.
We realise that there are incredibly talented fibre artists in our area and we’d love to work with them. We will have hand dyed fibre by Yarns from the Plain, felt making supplies from Patricia Greaves, felt maker and Lazykate blended fibres and spinning supplies so if you know of spinners, weavers or felt makers that would benefit from having fibres they can squeeze, let them know we’re here.
Next came the Macmillan Coffee Morning which was an amazing success. Our ladies’ baking would have made Mary Berry proud and raised £240.00. We really felt quite emotional the support was so good. And we all had a great excuse to spend the day knitting, crocheting, weaving and eating.
So thank you to everyone who came and supported the day, you were brilliant!!
Continue reading “A huge Thank You (much bigger after all that cake)”
September is here and if you haven’t already given up on the summer, now’s the time to do it and get your knitting and crochet out.
Knit Wise have got all kinds of events, courses and more coming up for the beginning of the knitting season and we’d love to see you.
Our courses are listed on the Courses page and include crochet, embroidery, cross stitch, weaving and spinning. We have more to be confirmed over the next few weeks so keep an eye on our facebook page and remember we have the newsletter if you’d like to sign up to that.
From 14th – 19th September Knit Wise is hosting a Pop Up Fibre event where local Independent Dyers including Yarns from the Plain, Boulsworth Sheep, producers of rare breed sheep and , who provide fully traceable yarns and fibres will have a selection of their produce on offer.
We will confirm more participants nearer the time but we would love you to share in this event which we hope will become an annual celebration.
Also, at the end of September, the 24th to be exact we are taking part in Macmillan Coffee Morning. This is a charity that is very close to our hearts and we’d like to support it by eating lots of cake and fresh coffee! We’re having quizzes, there’ll be prizes and our Knit N Natter ladies have promised to slave away at their ovens for this excellent cause. So if you would love to join in, please have a word and we’d love to have you.
The Cricketers in Ormskirk will also be hosting their first Food & Drink Festival that weekend so come and have a coffee with us and then head over to Ormskirk Cricket Ground and eat your way through the weekend. So much to look forward to!!