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Ripping Yarns will be reopening on Monday 12th April

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Ripping Yarns will be reopening on Monday 12th April
Ripping Yarns will be reopening on Monday 12th April

The weeks are whizzing by and suddenly it looks as if things may be slowly getting back to normal, or at least the 'new norm'.

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King Cole Forest Aran - 100% recycled yarn

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King Cole Forest Aran - 100% recycled yarn
King Cole Forest Aran, a 100% recycled yarn.

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Finishing Techniques Workshop for Knitters

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Finishing Techniques Workshop for Knitters

 Finishing Techniques Workshop 10am – 3pm Saturday 29th February 2020  A practical workshop focusing on techniques to create professional finishes to your knitted garments Skill Level: Basic/Intermediate Topics to be covered  (i) Seaming knitted garments: 3 needle bind-off Sewing up using the Mattress Stitch and Back Stitch Crocheting together your pieces  (ii) Shaping Sleeves Raglan & set in sleeve techniques  (iii) Hems and Cuffs – beyond ribbing  Turned Up hems/cuffs Lace and Picot hems/cuffs Preventing stretch in hems & cuffs  (iv) Button Holes Creating your button hole Making them look professional  Q&A session Bring along a project that you would...

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New Year, New Workshops

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New Year, New Workshops

We have a great selection of Workshops  to start off the New Year. Sea Glass Mosaic  4th January Starting the year with another Sea Glass workshop from Fiona Marston, Artisan Jewellery maker. This time she is planning a Sea Glass Mosaic workshop.  You will be able to mosaic a mirror, make a picture or a set of coasters.  Fiona will be bringing everything with her so you can just relax and enjoy a day of crafting after the hectic Christmas and New Year period. Photograph to follow  £50. Learn to Crochet 11th Jan and 13th Jan - FULLY BOOKED Anne Henderson...

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Charity Yarn Swap Party in aid of Knit A Square and Saltburn Christmas Lights

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