Debonnaire in Paris-Aiguilles en Fete

Made it back from Paris in 1 piece with van intact however without my credit card machine and most importantly red book which were stolen during breakdown ( along with a camera and some other personal stuff). Those who know me know I put everything in this book so I may have lost some contact details from the last few months. If you gave me these at Sandown( January), Harrogate, boutique de Noel or red cross, I would love an email. However, if you try to tell me I owe you 5 skeins beaded silk, beware I have a memory like a hawk….
amazing show, all the stalls were beautiful. Thank you to all my wonderful clients and Francois, Ellen and Anne for helping me out
Some pictures taken by the lovely Francois Blondeau

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Woolfest 2010

I love Woolfest, I love the Lake District. My stand looked like this:

If Debonnaire was a sheep- it would probably be a wensleydale- sorta messy but interesting:

Here are some other favs   :

and a lovely customer knit ( wave wrap):

many thanks to all involved!

PIP(pattern in progress) finished-

Managed to finished the easy tunic pattern finally-it’s printed ( a new  long timer record(4months later).tunic This would be a good first sweater.It’s a very easy knit and appeals across age groups(I wear it, my 20 year old wears it).A more advanced knitter would want to add short rows in collar and refine arm shaping.Pictured in debonnaire soft spun, but doable in any dk yarn.tunic back

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