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Read all about it! Newspapers go mad for S&B!

Posted by laurapurlprincess on November 12, 2008

Ages ago, back at the Crusting Pipe in Covent Garden, a nice journo came to interview us about knitting homewares. We taught her the basics and she knit a lovely cushion as a result.


The article was published on Tuesday 11th November in the Metro! How exciting!

For those of you who did not manage to pick up a copy of the Metro on Tuesday, you can read a PDF copy of the article here:


And THEN… The London Paper asked us to put them in contact with a newbie or two who were taking up knitting because of the credit crunch.


The lovely Clare Blackburn stepped up for us and you can read the article here:




2 Responses to “Read all about it! Newspapers go mad for S&B!”

  1. Jacqueline said

    I saw the article well done. Didn’t make you sound like a load of nutters and was a whole page too!

  2. Marie said

    Wonder what kind of experience you get while you knit?

    Me myself love the silent time thinking about the world going around and me knitting the beauty way.

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