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Knit Nation 2011 thunders into London once more

Posted by Deadly Knitshade on July 14, 2011

If you knit or spin chances are you’ll already be counting the hours until Knit Nation 2011 kicks off. If you have no idea what Knit Nation is then where on earth have you been?

Knit Nation is a “knitting and spinning extravaganza” taking place from July 15-17th at Imperial College London’s South Kensington Campus (with a special Marketplace Preview tomorrow from 5pm). There will be classes galore and there are still some places for workshops. Check out the list of teachers whose knowledge you can squish into your brain:

Cookie A
Lene Alve
Susan Crawford
Elise Duvekot
Carol Feller
Franklin Habit
Marjan Hammink
Anne Hanson
Susanna Hansson
Carol & Pete Leonard
Clara Parkes
Judith Mackenzie
Merike Saarniit
Julie Weisenberger

There marketplace has many of Stitch London’s fibre-flogging pals too: Anova Books, Artisan Yarns, Atomic Knitting, Blacker Designs & Yarns, Brownberry Yarns, Cocoknits, Debonnaire, Easyknits, GMC Publishing, Great British Yarns, Habu Textiles, Jeanette Sloan, John Arbon Textiles, Juno Fibre Arts, Knitting Magazine, Krafty Koala, Loop Knitting, NicsKnots, Nimu, Old Maiden Aunt, Purl Alpaca Designs, Renaissance Dyeing, Skein Queen, Sparkleduck, StitchMastery Knitting Software, Susan Crawford Vintage, Sweet Clement, Tall Yarns’n’Tales, Toft Alpaca Shop, The Bothered Owl, The Little Knitting Company, The Natural Dye Studio, The Yarn Yard, Tilly Flop Designs, Twisted Angle, Well Manor Farm, Woolly Wormhead, Yarn Box and Ysolda.

And if that isn’t enough there’s a Knit-Tea Salon, a film screening and a wild and woolly Charity Bingo Party on Saturday night to raise funds for Refuge.

Our friends at p/hop will be there too raising money for MSF with their fabulous patterns.

That’s a whole lot of woolly wonder in one place. Hurrah!

For more info and to book tickets check out the Knit Nation website

See you there, Stitch Londoners!



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