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unravel ... a festival of knitting in Farnham 22/02/19

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James McIntosh
April 5, 2019
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Come see us at unravel ... a festival of knitting

Artisan knits are something I love. Symbols of expression as one knits. Artisan yarns I love too, and when both are put together in a community, well, magic happens.

That magic is friendships, both old and new.

I've been invited to be a speaker at Unravel, a brilliant knitting festival in Surrey. My talk will be about the story of Knit and Nibble and how I beat depression just one stitch at a time.

Details below, I hope to see you there. I will be pn stage with Dr Thomas A Ernst FRCP on Saturday 23rd February at 2pm.

Dates

Fri 22 – Sun 24 February 2019

Fri 11am – 5pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 10am-4pm

Farnham Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7QR

Full programme and exhibitor listings: craft.farnhammaltings.com

Ticket price

£8 in advance or £10 on the door.

About Unravel

Since its launch in 2009, unravel… a festival of knitting has become one of the leading independent events for knitting and crochet, with yarn enthusiasts visiting from across the country and around the world. unravel is the largest event of its kind in South East of England.

The hub of the festival, unravel's marketplace, gives visitors the opportunity to buy diverse products from over 70 quality exhibitors, hailing from across the UK and Europe. The curated exhibitor range includes local Hampshire based The Little Grey Sheep, and International vendors including Dye Dye Done from Poland, Fine Fish Yarn from Belfast and Lanivendole from Genova, Italy, as well as a mix of returning favourites and a number new to the show for 2019.

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