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  Newsletter 19.09.16  

 

  NEW IN YARN HABERDASHERY PATTERNS BOOKS WORKSHOPS  

 

Halloween suprise sock

This is a special spooky yarn club, just for Halloween!!! 1 x 100g of I Knit or Dye Ziggy Stardust fingering weight yarn, 400m. This new colour is the latest edition to our Zombie Apocalypse range and is exclusively available as the Halloween surprise!!!

The yarn will be sent out on 10 October.

Buy on or before 22 September and you will receive a special free mini skein in a contrast colour so you have the option for contrast heel and toe.

buy the yarn here>>>

Macmillan crafternoon tea party 24 September 1pm - 4pm

Our annual tea party to raise cash for Macmillan is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. We'll have cake, tea, wine, cider and lots of chatting and knitting and crochet. All you have to do is bring a few £££ to donate and join in.

See you there!!!

Brioche Knitting Scarf Kit from I Knit or Dye

Just add needles to this simple, two colour brioche knitting scarf kit. The kit includes 2x100g I Knit or Dye Killing Me Softly DK yarn (British BFL) and the pattern.

A limited number of kits is now available online.

www.iknit.org.uk

I Knit London knitting & crochet group

10 years on and our knitting group nights are still going strong! The shop is open until 8.30pm every Wednesday and Thursday to host the knitting/crochet group and everyone is welcome.

There's no fee but of course you can buy a glass of wine or a bottle of cider to help the stitches flow.

IKL Gin Club

I Knit London GIN CLUB 30 Sept 6pm until 10.30pm

Late night opening for some gin drinking....it's my favourite time of the month!!!

We have at least 10 different gins for you to try...£20 entry buys you 3 g&t's & food.


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