Trunk show tomorrow!

August 19, 2016

Some of you have seen my messages about the Kettle Yarn Co. travelling circus hitting the magnificent Purlescence in Leckhampstead tomorrow from 10 -4. Based in the beautiful rural setting of The Firs Farm, Leckhamstead, in the Royal County of Berkshire, just a stones throw from where the Great British Bake Off is held, this is a great day out.

A fun-filled day of cake, tea, yarn fumes and fun, drop by to try on samples with designer Renée Callahan and fondle my yarn with Sarah and John – the host(essess) with the mostest!

All the samples above will be there for you to try on, along with the yarns to make them.

Have fun!






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