Rowan team up with Arena Travel for knitting & quilting holiday breaks

Rowan team up with Arena Travel for knitting & quilting holiday breaks

Last year, Rowan teamed up with Arena travel to offer an exciting knitting and quilting tour programme, especially tailored for the crafting enthusiast. Arena have a long and successful history of taking quilters to locations all around the world, and are now expanding their offer to include knitting holidays. Having brought expert knitters Debbie Abrahams and Jane Crowfoot on board, Arena are now in a perfect position to offer a unique holiday experience for the knitter, adding to their existing fabulous quilting holiday portfolio hosted by expert Karin Hellaby.

The programme has been carefully crafted to combine your passion for knitting and quilting, with your passion for travel. Each holiday is different, but the focus will always be on the enjoyment of your craft, the pleasure of new surroundings, the comfort of charming hotels, the inspiration to be drawn from new sights and experiences and, of course, the joy of sharing good food and wine in good like-minded company.

On offer for 2012 are the most breathtaking of destinations such as Switzerland, Oregon, Tokyo and Prague, the tours also include stays in luxurious accommodation and provide a truly unique way to combine your passion for craft with a memorable visit to an iconic location.

Kate Buller -Rowan Brand Manager said: "As a recognised global handknitting brand, Rowan has always been firmly focused on inspiring and teaching crafters all over the world the joy of handknitting."

Visit www.arenatravel.com for more details and to book your place.

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