Hello everyone! I want to share some crochet news and events with you, I am so excited that this passion of mine is opening up some great opportunities for me to grow and explore. I have always been someone who moves from craft to craft never sticking to one in particular. I have tried crochet, sewing, knitting, cross stitch and so many more, and I was always teased in my family since I would get so excited at first to only give it up completely in a few months. I think this time is different, I know now that I will always be involved in a fibre art. I have become so passionate about yarn and would like to try all crafts that honour such an amazing resource: knitting, spinning and weaving are definitely on the list!
So first, if you are in the Edinburgh area the Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl is happening on the 13th and 14th of June. Three local yarn shops (Ginger Twist Studio, Kathy’s Knits and Be Inspired Fibres) participate and you can make your way around them on your own or sign up for a lucky dip group and get a tour guide as well. There are workshops and an after party on the Sunday so make sure to check the Facebook page for details. Yours truly will be at Ginger Twist Studio on the Sunday with all my samples, would love to meet some of you if you can make your way there.
I also wanted to let you know that I am doing workshops at Ginger Twist Studio. The next one will be a crochet colourwork class in which you will learn about the different techniques and learn how to work tapestry crochet by making an adorable little purse. This is the technique I used to make my Moroccan bag so if you liked that pattern this might be of interest to you. The workshop will be held on the 19th July from 12pm to 3pm at Ginger Twist Studio, check her website for details and booking.
Finally, I am excited to announce that I am Designer of the Month at Ginger Twist Studio during June! My samples will be on display at Jess’s shop this month along with other crochet designs by Anna Wilkinson so I am really happy to be part of her lineup (can you spot my Moroccan tote in the window? Love it!)
That is it for today, hope you are having a great week!
8 thoughts on “Crochet month!”
Wahoo! Way to go! That is so exciting! 🙂 I am glad that you have a chance to share your gift with others. We just added tapestry and tunisian classes to the summer schedule at the yarn store that I work at part time. And we plan to use your pencil case and possibly cobblestone scarf as projects! You will famous in Canada, too! Enjoy the spotlight! You deserve it 🙂
Wow Cyndy, that is awesome! You know how much I love tunisian crochet so very happy that you are spreading the love as well. As always please share your projects!
Whoo Hoo exciting times, why oh why do I have to live soooo far away, if I was closer I’d be there in a shot, have a great time 🙂
Maybe Edinburgh Yarn Festival will tempt you?? hahaha
Mmmmm I wonder if I can covertly tempt Beloved to the other end of the country that surprisingly just ‘happens’ to coincide with the yarn festival LOL
Congratulations! I love your Morrocan tote!
Thank you 🙂 I am so happy people like it as well!
I spot not only your Moroccan tote, but a photobomb by yours truly! 😉 x