its Woolfest time again!

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Time flies so quickly. It really only feels like a couple of months since I was last at Woolfest – admittedly its only just over 12 hours since I was in Cumbria  – but it is actually a year and its time to hit the road again.

On the stand at Woolfest in 2011 – copyright Woolclip

ETA: Knitted items from left to right – all from A Stitch in Time vol 2 are – Simple but Attractive; Sunday Pictorial Beret and Fair Isle Twinset Jumper.

This year I have a slightly bigger stand as it did get a bit crowded last year and you can find me at D80-81 – the same aisle as last year I think but a slightly different position. All the designs from Coronation Knits will be on display with a large selection from A Stitch in Time Vol 2 and we will have both books available to purchase along with the last couple of hundred copies of A Stitch in Time Vol 1 before it goes out of print (not for ever, but for a little while). I’ll be signing all books purchased from the stand.

Exciting news is that Excelana DK is now available in all 8 colours and will be in stock at the show too along with Excelana 4 Ply.

This is the first show where I will be completely ‘Susan Crawford Vintage’ – if you look on the back of Coronation Knits you will see the new publishing imprint:

With Excelana DK now available and the switch to the name Susan Crawford Vintage I will also be having a small clearance sale of some patterns which still have the old branding on them. The patterns will be remaining in print but these particular ones need to be cleared so will all be available at only £1 per pattern. So a real chance to pick up a bargain too!

There is a 10% discount available on any yarn purchase if a book or pattern is purchased at the same time and finally, we have our own chip and pin machine for the first time so can now take cash or cards on the stand.

I do hope to see you if you’re visiting the show,

so for now,
Ruby xx

2 Responses

  1. knutty knitter
    | Reply

    I wish!!! Its a bit far to come 🙂

    viv in nz

  2. Maria (viola33)
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    This tam in the center – which book is it from?

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