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Purl Alpacas Workshop: knitting on the farm

Posted by Deadly Knitshade on October 11, 2009

A fine woolly beast awaits you

A fine woolly beast awaits you

Who wouldn’t love to hang out with cuddly faced alpacas and knit in the surrounding green of the English countryside? Course you would! Well now you can.

Purl Alpaca Designs would like to invite you to one of their Knitting Workshops on their farm near Cambridge. Dates are 24th of October, 3rd November and 14th November.

You can hang out with the beasts by getting up close and personal with the original fibre providers, enjoy warm welcoming coffee and home-made biscuits at Scotland Farm, and get knitting with a unique Purl Alpacas design and benefit from one to one tuition from the designer.

Talks, chat, good company and home-cooked lunch are all included along with a Purl Alpacas knitting pack.

Price: £95 per person.
Time:
11am to 4pm
Price includes:

  • Knitting pack with 5 balls of wool
  • Home-cooked lunch
  • Biscuits, tea and coffee
  • Knitting tuition
  • Alpaca tour and talks (from people, the alpacas can’t talk)

Scotland Farm is just outside Cambridge, very close to the A428 at Dry Drayton. Ample car parking available and full directions provided on booking.

For more workshop info see the Purl Alpacas shiny new website

One Response to “Purl Alpacas Workshop: knitting on the farm”

  1. Hi

    We’ve been trying to contact you so we can advertise our workshops for this year, but no-one is coming back to us – would Gerty like to attend?

    Hope all is well

    Best wishes, Tracy

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