Another month goes by... we have now moved to the coast, but we are still living out of boxes...
A busy weekend of events ahead, tomorrow I'll be at the St Abbs Ebba Centre for the local producers market, where amongst other things you will be able to buy: organic breads, cakes and preserves; locally caught, fresh and smoked fishes; locally reared and cured rare breed charcuterie items; lots of craft stuff including patchwork supplies, felting and other needlecraft supplies; my handspun yarns, wooden buttons, knitting needles and crochet hooks. And I know there will be other folk there selling their wares. As I said, it's in the Ebba Centre at St Abbs between 10am and 4pm every Friday between April and October. I'll get links from the other stall holders and post them here.
On Saturday it's the regular slot at Kelso farmers market between 9am and 2pm, always great fun and loads of really high quality locally produced food and other produce available.
On Monday as it's a bank holiday, I'll be having a stand at the Etal Craft Fair (click coloured text to go to the website) in the Village Hall. There will be a steam train on the Heatherslaw Light Railway stopping at the station during the day. It's free to get in and there will be a good range of locally produced arts and crafts on sale.
I'm just off to spin some more wool....
I've been knitting and designing for a long time and don't think I'm going to stop anytime soon. The inspiration just keeps coming, there is always a new technique to learn, a new yarn to try out and so many knitters out there in the world sharing their tips and secrets that it's sometimes hard to know what to do next.