News Articles Archive
8th March 2013
A chef in a Somerset city has been encouraging residents to experience the "best and only way to drink tea”, with locals acting in kind with the aid of their knitting skills.
Jamie Mould, who is the head chef at the Bishop's Table at the Bishop's Palace in Wells, has urged his customers to ditch ... read more
7th March 2013
New York designer and passionate knitter Lindsay Degen is inviting the public to a unique exhibition which will demonstrate the skills required to create clothing by hand.
The artist will be showing off her incredible work in a quirky manner when she hosts the Knitting Performance by Lindsay Dege... read more
6th March 2013
The popularity of knitted graffiti appears to be spreading across the UK, with so-called ‘Guerrilla Knitter’ Asli Tatliadim showcasing her colourful designs to those living or visiting Oxford.
Such a trend first became noticed when a mystery yarn bomber began to light up the streets of Chipping N... read more
5th March 2013
Knitted pom-poms are being used to prevent crime in Leicester, with police turning to yarn bombing to put locals at ease.
Hundreds of pom-poms and knitted items are being strung from trees and lampposts in Bede Park and Great Central Way to encourage more people to use the passages.
Currently, ... read more
4th March 2013
Premature babies in Stoke are being kept warm, thanks to the efforts of one knitting club in Putnoe.
The local library's Knit and Natter group has been producing a large number of woolly hats for the charity Knit for Peace, Bedfordshire on Sunday reported.
Meeting fortnightly, the club decided ... read more
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