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Also if you sign up to our newsletter before THURSDAY 15 JUNE you will be entered into a prize draw to win 2 tickets to this year’s Yarningham Festival. We will pick a winner at random at 10am. Good luck!
So what are you waiting for?
Ginger Twist Studio is an indie, vintage inspired, bricks and mortar shop located in Edinburgh, Scotland. This is also the home of Ginger’s Hand Dyed, a range of hand dyed yarns in a wide variety of fibres, weights and colourways.
There is really something for everyone! These are dyed by the proprietor of the shop herself, so come say hello and have a squish!
We are very proud here at S&H Towers to have been made an official Campaign for Wool supporter.
The Campaign for Wool was initiated and launched by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2010 and is a non profit making promotional platform, which inspires and educates consumers about the many natural, sustainable benefits of real woof for fashion, interiors, craft and the built environment. It is funded by the world’s leading wool organisations, supported by major brands, designers and the wool textile industry and it is now active across the globe.
So, we will be displaying our support of all things real wool with pride.
Let’s Knit magazine are giving away 5 pairs of Yarningham marketplace tickets.
Yes, you read that correctly. 5 pairs of FREE TICKETS for the marketplace, just given away!
To be in with a chance of winning, head over to the Let’s Knit website before 25 May and follow the simple instructions. Or, head over to your newsagents and buy your copy now.
Our Yarningham brochures have arrived.
A big thanks to Ben Javens for designing the layout. Another big thanks to Kirsten McTeer who has donated a sock pattern called ‘Bournville Socks’. The pattern is named after Bournville, an area of Birmingham, famous worldwide as the home of Cadbury’s. In fact the Cadbury factory is just behind our Yarningham venue.
Don’t forget to pick a brochure up when you attend Yarningham.
For more information about Yarningham or to buy advance tickets visit our website.
Yarningham has been mentioned in the new episode of Owl About Yarn‘s podcast. Jennie from Owl About Yarn will be selling her gorgeous yarns at Yarningham so have a listen and see what she has to say! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rDczba6uOE