knowing I have a four day break ahead I am truly a flutter with possibilities. To knit, crochet or stitch is the burning question - and I think seeing as I might just be spending some of the time on the rocky blue Indian Ocean waters, knitting is winning out.
I have begun another chevron scarf (book with pattern available in store) using the amazing Mori silk/merino blend by Koigu. I find the knitting process for this scarf addictive, as I choose to use two different coloured yarns (in this case m628 3 and m830 7) and the constant colour changes that occur keep me captivated. I also am using a pair of mum's old knitting needles (she gave me her collection many years ago) and that too keeps my heart a flutter.
I have posted the latest class newsletter this evening, and emails are out advising all of those on our mailing list. If you do not receive such an email and would like to, please call the shop and give us your email details, or register on the website homepage (top right hand corner).
Also a reminder that we are not opening for Saturday trade this Easter holiday...we will be open again on Tuesday to take class bookings and have a chat.
All of us at 'calico' wish you a joyful and peaceful Easter break