unravel part I

I WENT TO UNRAVEL LAST WEEKEND AND I HAD SO MUCH FUN :D

No seriously, I could just leave it at that and you’ve get a pretty good indication of what my weekend was like. I spent it with Sarah, Gilly, Jacqui, Tanya, Tink and many many many other wonderful people, and I honestly still get a smile on my face every time I think about what fun we had!

It was a gorgeous day when we reached Farnham; I like to think I brought the sun with me from The Netherlands ;)

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When we got there on Saturday it was already pretty busy; lots and lots of people were exploring the grounds, searching for that perfect button/yarn/fibre…

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And I totally got why. Just. Look. At. All. The. Gorgeous. Things!

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Those last two pics are from The Natural Dye Studio; gorgeous right? I actually scored some yarn there, which I’ll show you in part II of this post.

And speaking of yarn…

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Seriously, it was a good thing I didn’t bring too many pounds with me (as in money); I would’ve gotten every lovely skein I saw if I could!

I’ll talk more about my yarn haul and all the lovely people I met in next week’s post about Unravel. Yes, it merits two posts. It was THAT good ;)

For now, I’ll just leave you with this: proof of what happens when there are cute yarn bombs outside, and you’re amongst bloggers who take photos of everything ;)

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xo,
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16 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, Farnham is very close to where I live and I would have loved to see you and say hi! If you are ever in the UK again, please, pretty please, let me know?

  2. als ik dit zo allemaal zie, wil ik volgende keer mee!!!!

  3. I absolutely loved your post thank you so much for sharing. I actually could feel the loveliness in the beautiful yarn and things you shared. Where was this in England?

  4. Be still my beating heart!!!!! I wish I could have flown across the pond to be there too!
    What a wonderful event!!!! Thanks for posting this, what fun you must have had!!!

  5. Great pictures…I want one of everything. and the hexagon afghan…swoon. Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

  6. I had such an awesome time at Unravel. It was so nice to meet online friends in real life. As it was my first time visiting, I will always cherish these lovely images. I’ll definitely be going again next year.

    Have a great weekend x

  7. Looks amazing yarntastic.
    Clare x

  8. Hi wink fantastik pictures…I loved the blanket…i am almost ready with the ripples in a pilow ..in a few days I’ll send you picture of that project. Thank you for the pattern you emailed me.
    Xo
    Despina

  9. I am in aust. thank you so much for these pics. Loved it and felt like I was there, in creative spirit at least. I do pottery so I am going to make some wool worms for myself. I have never seen these before! loved the dove. made me think of making some and attaching them around the streets in oz. I would have to crochet mine. not that good at knitting. Loved all the yummy looking yarns. must do some more spinning. love, loved it. ta for the outing!!!!!! Cherry

  10. Lovely lovely pictures – xxx Thank you for posting a shot of my woolly and alpaca and silk garments hanging on a rail. Belinda xxx

  11. Geweldig! Mooie foto’s en een jaloersmakend goed idee om daarheen te gaan. Geniet vooral nog heel lang na!

  12. It was made even more fun by spending it with you :) x

  13. It looks like you had a great time! there are so many beautiful things there to see! I wish I went there too! I would probably buy way too much :) have a great day.
    Lisa
    http://www.needlesandwool.blogspot.com

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