Exciting news! Over the next week I will be launching a selection of yarn packs for Cosy Alpaca Knits projects.
These project yarn packs are a great way to save waste (and money) on projects where you don’t need full balls of each shade… and they also make lovely gifts!
They will be available to buy with a copy of Cosy Alpaca Knits or can be purchased on their own if you already have the book and just want the yummy yarn.
Hop over to my shop to see more details of the new yarn packs!
The Cosy Cardigan and Cosy Alpaca Blanket yarn packs will be available on a made-to-order basis so please get in touch if you’re interested in ordering either of these and would like more details.
I will send out a newsletter when the yarn packs are ready to go… and there will be a little treat for newsletter followers placing order – so make sure you’re signed up!
May has been such a busy month for me! I’ve had no time at all for selfish knitting and haven’t made it to knit group for a while. I’m really looking forward to catching up with some knitty friends at the weekend, and collecting my lovely Knit in Notts bag!
Last weekend was a bit manic – finishing off projects for my nursery book with Quail which will launch later this year. The photo-shoot was on Monday and some of the fabric didn’t arrive until the Friday – so that made life exciting! I got everything done and the photo-shoot was great.
The real star of the day was beautiful Sophia, who was very well behaved and definitely has a modelling career ahead of her! Sophia is the new niece of Darren and Georgie from Quail, so we had the perfect location and model – we couldn’t have timed it better.
The images looked great and I can’t wait to see the layouts. I’ve absolutely loved working on these projects and it’s strange to say goodbye to them, but also really satisfying to have finished.
I’m just putting the finishing touches to my online collection for Rowan, and then I think I deserve a little holiday? Happy bank holiday x