Monthly Archives: October 2011




The new Grace Hand Beaded is so devine, made up of 31% silk, 31% merino wool, 8% polyester and 30% glass beads. The clear glass beads shimmer in the sunlight looking like raindrops!

To add to the experience the new Knitpro Cubics are proving very popular, the cuboid shape allows for a more even tension so it’s ideal for new knitters and those who struggle with tension. The beautiful rosewood has a deep warmth and richness about it. The Grace Hand Beaded and the KnitPro Cubics give way to a perfect winter evenings knitting.

New! KnitPro Cubics…….FREE!!!


Get a pair of  NEW! KnitPro Cubics FREE at when you spend over £40 in one transaction………..choose from 4mm or 4.5mm 25cm straights or 4mm or 4.5mm Interchangeable tips. 


The cuboid shape gradually gives way to perfectly tapered birch wood needle points

Elegant laminated Symfonie Rose wood is rich in appearance, yet lightweight, strong & flexible

Unique ergonomic shape provides comfort to the hand and yields uniform stitch formation

Polished wood surface works effortlessly with every type of yarn without slowing down knitting rhythm

Warm to the touch, and gentle in the hand

Perfect for beginners too – provide easy grip and control over your knitting

Easy to connect cord with a smooth join that enables easy stitch glide and no snagging

Resilient, flexible cords lay flat, with no kink or twist – easy to store

Needle size is measured diagonally –fits into standard needle sizer just like round needles

The knitter’s favorite needle: Providing hours of pleasurable knitting with no hand fatigue


Offer available from 12th October to 12th November inclusive.

Knit and Natter and Workshop Saturday 8th October!


I’m looking forward to another great Knit and Natter session this Saturday (8th October), usual time 12 till 4pm at Little Houndales Bungalow.  Newbies always welcome, come and join us for a knit, natter, and browse the yarns and patterns.  Bring an old project that you’ve hidden behind the sofa and lost your place!  or start something new to keep you well wrapped up in the cold months ahead!  New knitters and those who have never picked up a knitting needle are always welcome, there is plenty of experience amongst us and we are willing to share it!! Whatever you want to do, you are most welcome.  The good bit is that it’s free!

Running in conjunction with the Knit and Natter will be the ‘Woven Seamless Purse’ workshop.  Places are limited to 8 but you can always sign up for a repeat workshop.  The Workshop is run by Tanya Knights, who has a long history in textiles and teaching.  The cost of the Workshop is £10 which includes materials.  The Workshop runs from 1pm till 3pm, also on Saturday 8th October.

I look forward to seeing you!!!

Kath. xx