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I KNIT LONDON
 
  Newsletter 07.11.16  

 

  NEW IN YARN HABERDASHERY PATTERNS BOOKS WORKSHOPS  

 

Brioche Knitting for beginners Class 12 November 11am

This is a great class for anyone who has been depserate t learn brioche knitting but scared to dive. In this class you will learn one and two colour brioche knittingas well as increasing a decreasing. The price include all practice yarn and a pattern with 200g of I Knit or Dye Killing Me Softly to make your very own brioche scarf.

book the class here>>>

Christmas party

Christmas party & Secret Santa Thursday 8 December 5.30pm

Now that we're in the first week of November I've been told it's time to talk about the IKL Christmas Party! Woohoo. Join us for nibbles and knitting and all the gin you can drink, hic.

The Sectret Santa was a fantastic success last year so I've been ordered to repeat it. 100g of Ziggy Stardust or Howlin' is yours to collect at the party or via mail for those that cant attend. You dont have to purchase the sectret santa to be part of the party celebratons.

buy the sectret santa suprise here>>>

brioche

New Brioche Cowl pattern

The brioche fever continues with the release of this new pattern by me. The pattern is written for DK and Aran and even has instructions for grating brioche stitches. So, try something new...or come to the class and I'll teach you.

buy pattern here>>>

sequence knitting

Sequence Knitting by Cecelia Campochiaro

This stunning book is back in stock just ready for Christmas, so if it isnt on your list already it should be!

buy the book here>>>

knit pro

Knit Pro Melodies of Life interchangeable Zing sets

This new zing set is also here just in time for Christmas. This is a fantastis addititon to the knit pro range - it even has ear rings!!

buy the set here>>>


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