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September 26, 2013


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Have a wonderful yarndale, the bunting and decorations look fab. Enjoy
Clare xx


looks great you have all worked so hard camera ready to take lots of pics of the yarnbombing see you sunday :))


I hope it all goes really well, Lyxy! desperately want to go but it's just not possible - I live in the south of England- but it looks like its going to be a fabulous yarny affair! X


I hope it all goes really well, Lucy. I desperately want to go but it's just not possible-I live in the south if England- but it looks like its going to be a fabulous yarny affair! X


Good luck and enjoy it! It is looking amazing, wish I was a bit closer, but South Devon is a bit far for the day! What an inspiration you are!


The bunting locks amazing! can't wait to see it in real life, see you Saturday! :)


I so wish I lived across the pond and could make the trip to go it looks like it is going to be such a huge smashing success!! A pat on the back is surely in order after all of your hard work. Can't wait to see pictures here and across the blog-o-verse of how everything turns out this weekend!

claire coffey

bags are packed and we're off at 9:30 am tomorrow...can't wait to see the bunting in situ and seeing if I can spot any of mine! I'm sure when it's all over you will all collapse in a big exhausted heap...let's hope you will have acquired enough new yarn stash over the weekend to cushion your fall!
Claire x


You've been working so hard. Hope all goes well this weekend!

Linda Jones

Have a wonderful time over the weekend everything iis looking fantastic :-)

jane at the flight platform

omg that looks friggin amazing! x


Oh it all looks amazing, it is going to be such a fantastic weekend all thanks to the hard work of you and the rest of the organising team and all the helpers. 👏
Carol xx


Oh, it all looks very exciting and slightly panicky! I hope you have the best weekend, I'm still trying to work out whether a wee trip up to Skipton will be possible for me, I do hope so!


Leave Scotland tomorrow for a weekend of wooly loveliness and a catch up with family from the Midlands. What a great way to spend a couple of days. I am certain that all your hard work together with everyone else who has organised Yarndale will be more than worth it. Enjoy x

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

OH! All that bunting looks glorious!!!Love the duckies too. Can't wait to see oodles and oodles of pictures. CoNgRaTs to all who has work hard to make it a magical place for the lucky ones that will attend. BRAVO to you Lucy as well! Good luck and have fun(I'll be there in spirit), be sure to treat yourself to a l-o-n-g rest after it's done. :))


I don't know what your plans are for all of the bunting when Yarndale is over, but all of those triangles would make a lot of gorgeous blankets!
xXx Helen


Congratulations to you, Lucy, on what I know is going to be a tremendously successful event. Your excitement and enthusiasm is infectious.

How I wish I lived on your side of the Pond and up there in your beautiful part of the UK. You'd have had bunting from me and more.

I do envy the folks who will be able to attend Yarndale, and even more those who'll get to visit your studio.

Ahhh, the power of yarn.


Annette Schuiling

Good luck wonderful to see all the hard work everyone has done. You have certainly put SKIPTON
on the world map..... don't forget to enjoy yourself Lucy and savour all your hard work.

Annie in Australia

Tammy Chrzan

I'm so excited for you and so envious I can't make it!
Have a wonderful time! Good luck with everything,

Tammy Chrzan

PS... I love those green shoes, where can I find a pair? They are awesome!

Jewels K

Would love to pop into The Studio... but not sure exactly where it is??? Looking forward to Yarndale! Jewels :-) x


I hope you have a fabulous Yarndale. While I can't be there (I'm on the other side of the Atlantic) I am excited that my bunting is there. Here's to a Great Yarndale for all!


Have fun!!!! I'm so sorry I cannot be there, too!!!!!
xxxxx Ale


Good luck with everything Lucy!
The bunting looks very good!!!!


Good look with Yarndale. I should have been coming but some nasty person crashed into my car :( yesterday. I'm sure it will be wonderful. Looking forward to seeing lots of pics. Xxx

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