I am busy spinning yarn ready for the next big event - that's on the 27th April at the Northumberland Hall in Alnwick - the Woolly Tales event organised with the Sheep Tales project - there will be lots of independent designers and producers of all things woolly - some exhibitors are listed below - there are others, I just have to get the contact details, so please come and have another look soon!
Anna Turnbull Facebook Page: Biteabout Arts
Paula Constantine Facebook page: Constantine Historical Handicrafts
Janis Embleton http://www.flight-weaving.co.uk/
Jon Booker http://www.naturalborndyers.com
Laura Brittain http://www.crossing-borders.org.uk/
Eve Studd http://www.cornhillcrafts.co.uk/
Jane Jackson http://www.brightdseedtextiles.com/
Margery Robinson http://www.moondancewools.com/
I will also be at a new venue this coming Saturday, the 6th April - a country market at the Borders General Hospital in Melrose - with stalls selling a variety of things, from goose eggs, local cheeses and preserves, home grown meat, fresh fruit and veg and of course my knitting yarns and other lovely things. It's a small affair but the more folk that come along to see what's what, the better it will get. Lots of parking available free, so come along between 10am and 4pm on the first Saturday of every month.
My yarns are now being sold at the Kraftworks gallery in Kelso, so if you don't come and see me directly, call there and say hello to Michelle!
I've also re-stocked with buttons and will be uploading photos of the new designs later this week (I hope!).
I have lots of yarns available that I haven't got up for sale on the yarn page yet, so if you are in the area and want to visit, then please get in touch using the contact form and arrange to come and see me in my studio.