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Silent Night

The elves have been busy in the shop! Zoë has been busy making things as fast as they sell. Amy has been busy making other things, wrapping soap, packing boxes for the delivery lady to collect and being generally cheery to customers. I've been performing very important bean counting services, taking pretty pictures of the things they make and adding them to Not on the High Street and our Big...
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Friday Finds and Wooly Lamp Shades

I got a bit spangly this week. Because, you know, spangly stuff rocks.So here are my Friday Finds:

Look at all the pretties

Charlottehas been knitting lamp shade covers recently. We love them, I have one of the trial runs by my bed. This one is my favourite colour, but we have olive green and neutrals also in stock, in a variety of patterns. Charlotte might also be convinced to knit one in a...
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It's been a bit manic.


The last few weeks have whizzed by. We were insanely busy getting the Etsy Craft Party sorted. Then I had to get my VAT return done (I hate it, but at least it means I'm never more than 3 months behind on accounts work...). Things started to return to normal last week. We had a lovely knit & natter on Thursday with three new faces. Then Saturday came, and with it back to back workshops, with...
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Yarnorama

We now have whole sets of knitting needles in stock - in their very own bark cloth storage bag.  You get 18 pairs ranging in size from 2mm - 10mm. Great for beginners and veterans alike. They're 25cm long and made from lovely warm bamboo.


Not to leave out those who prefer a spot of crochet, we also have pouches of hooks available. They range in size from 2mm to 8mm and you get 12 fun coloured...
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Teachers are busy bees...

We had a shop full of lovely, talented people today! Lara, Denise, Zoë and Fiona all happened to be in at the same time, so we shared a pot of tea.

Lara was dropping off her fabulous (and enormous) macrame pot holder for us to photograph as an example for her upcoming macrame workshop. I haven't managed to take a photo I'm happy with yet, we just couldn't find anywhere to hook it from! I'll have another go at home later in the week, but here it is being held up by Denise in the shop's back yard:



Charlotte completed her first knitted lampshade last night. These will hopefully be on sale in the shop in some brighter colours, the cream is just for the pattern. I think it looks ace on my orange lamp base, so may well steal it!


New bakers twine arrived today! We have some bright new colours, including an orange & purple mix, a green & pink mix and a blue & pink mix. They are slightly thinner than our previous stock, but as a result they are more vibrant as there is less white in each strand. There is approximately 90m on each roll.

Ahhh, pretty

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Tiny little people

It's not just me! Other people think tiny little people are cool too.



How awesome is it that she knits?


Berylune, 45 Park Street, Leamington Spa CV32 4QN. www.berylune.co.uk
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A couple of finished projects

We've all been quite productive at Knit & Natter lately. There are a few projects nearly complete, my larksfoot blanket is almost done. I've been stalling it's completion as I don't have another project lined up yet... Maybe I'll try a bit of knitting again. Maybe.

Paul, modeling his completed jumper. Catalogue style.
One of Charlotte's many pairs of beautiful socks.

Charlotte has agreed to teach...
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