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Knit one, purl two, come see what you can do
I learned to knit and crochet in my early 20's and it has to be one of the most worthwhile things I have ever learned to do. In fact, I still have many of the first items I ever made. I lived in a very warm climate for a long time and well, it was just far too hot to knit however my fascination for handmade products has never waivered and since once again moving to a cooler climate, I have again taken up the challenge of knit one, purl two and other more challenging combinations.
For those just like me, as part of the HistorySA Festival, the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum, 3 Perseverance Road, Tea Tree Gully is presenting All Wrapped Up For Winter from 11 to 15 May 2016, 10 am to 2 pm daily. All Wrapped Up For Winter is a yarn bombing extravaganza displaying all sorts of yarn creations from beanies to zucchinis, flowers to fashion and peas to bees. Have you ever wondered how eggs, books, parcels and posts keep warm?
The Museum Gift Shop is stocked will lots of unique craft, there is a wonderful miniature house and garden to explore along with Devonshire Tea available for $5. Come along and enjoy the delights to be found here; you never know what you may find to inspire you.
Knitted graffiti, Photo Courtesy of Baykedevries, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International