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January 09, 2013


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Angie Moore

Oh I'm defo coming and hopefully bringing my sister too

Lola Sanchez desde Córdoba

Mejorando mi inglés para septiembre. Saludos, Lucy

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Hey Lucy! Seen these and thought of Yarndale. :)

Types of wine

Amazing decorations! Wanna try by myself...:)


What a fantastic sheep! He looks exactly like the photo. Yarndale sounds like fun, wish I lived in England. :-(

Maria A

I am also thinking of travelling north in September... I love all the stuff so much!
Can you buy the yarn online somewhere?

wilma oud

Wauw, mooi en gezellig. Groeten Wilma


ohhh I wish I lived closer and could join you weekly. It looks like such a nice time.


Wish I lived closer.


seriously amazing. when i think you can't be any more special, there you go. have fun love!


Is Yarndale anywhere in Ravelry?

Have been to Skipton a number of times, would love to return for this event and combine it with meeting up with friends in Lancashire and Cumbria.

Cat G

I really have don't far to come from Manchester. It looks great. Can't wait. X


I'm looking forward to it. One of your co-organisers told me all about it on the train back from the Harrogate knitting & stitching show & it went straight in my diary

Jeannine Turcotte

I love your sheep so much that i want to create one with the bits of my favorite handspun. I can't part with them but making a patchwork sheep would be a fine way of doing something artistic for all to admire. Can you write atutorial for the head because I am lousy at this type of work.If you have time.Please
Jeannine from Ottawa Canada.

Sue Wild

Sounds good. A great excuse to visit Skipton, which we last visited when "Flock to Skipton" was on.


What a lovely idea... I wish I had a place like this to go to... The sheer thought of it makes my heat skip a beat... :-)


Your knit, crochet and natter sheep is amazing for Yarndale. I will have to arrange a weekend away to Yorkshire that just so happens to coincide with Yarndale in September.

sharon from sharon stanley writes

oh my goodness how exciting! i wish i lived on your side of the pond, and for a very special reason....i have written my first picture book (about a cow who KNITS!!!!!) and it is being published THIS YEAR!!!! wouldn't that be a fun addition to something called yarndale?! oh my goodness...i'm very excited for you! i know it will be a fabulous event and i can't wait to hear more!! that sheep is a DELIGHT!

Angy Braine

Well here I am in Aussieland... so very far away BUT your energy, your enthusiasm and your creativity has reached my heart across the seas and lands. The sheep is just sublimely cute... SUBLIMELY cute! I will be there in spirit. I promise. ♥♥♥


Hola Lucy, mi nombre es Puri y te escribo desde Madrid (España). Siento no hacerlo en tu idioma, pero es que no se nada de Inglés. Quiero decirte que soy tu más fiel admiradora, adoro todo lo que haces y estoy totalmente enganchada a tu blog. Yo he hecho algunos de tus maravillosos modelos, los cuales a veces pongo en mi blog (con tu nombre, por supuesto). Me haría muy feliz que tú visitaras mi blog: http://trespcrochet.blogspot.com.es/
Si alguna vez vienes a Madrid, tienes una amiga aquí que estará encantada de recibirte y hacerte de guía en mi ciudad. Un beso fuerte de Puri.


I am living and hooking vicariously from Seattle, Washington. If I was rich, I would fly over with my sister and I know we would have a great time. Have fun ladies! I'm on my fourth granny stripe afghan. I had to make one more to use up all the stray bits of yarn from the first three. Okay, I did buy a few more skeins!


The sheep is fantastic and Yarndale sounds like lots of fun, I've mentioned to Beloved that a trip at the end of September to Yorkshire might be on the cards.

I've nominated you for a Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award, but if you don't do awards, I quite understand.


¡Qué bonito blog! Haces unas labores preciosas. Tienes suerte de poder ir a Yarndale.
Muerdo mis uñas de envidia,jiji, y no me olvido de la graciosa oveja.
¡Adelante!Suerte desde Madrid.

Sandra Lee

That is the cutest, coolest sheep I have ever seen!!! I so wish I could come to Yarndale but I will be watching and reading your posts all about it all the way from San Diego, California!!! XO


Loving the sheep and wishing I lived on the other side of the pond....

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