Woolly Workshops and Wool Market in Liskeard

Just dropping by to tell you  3 Bags Full in Liskeard have just announced their autumn woolly workshop programme that runs from 3 to 16 October 2016. It’s well worth checking out if you’re local to Liskeard, or likely to be in the area in October, as it’s packed with a real variety of interesting woolly workshops run by some awesome tutors, and one run by lil’ old me.

3 Bags full Liskeard

I’m absolutely delighted to be running a workshop on called Twists, Turns and Reverse Cables. If you’re a regularly visitor to my blog, you’ll know cabling is one of my very favourite ways of knitting! So not just a huge thank you to 3 Bags Full for inviting me to run a workshop, but also for letting me work with some of my favourite stitches. I’m really looking forward to it!


3 Bags Full are also hosting a wool market in Liskeard Public Hall, from 4-8pm on Friday 30th September, a few days before the workshop programme starts. And yes, I confess, I have stall there amongst a real variety of wonderful local woolly traders. So very excited about meeting lots of lovely woolly peeps there too!

Bekki Hill


24 thoughts on “Woolly Workshops and Wool Market in Liskeard

    1. Thank you. It is exciting 🙂 It would be lovely to have your support. Although I get much more self conscious when I’m teaching people I know, so maybe for the best you can’t.


  1. Fantastic!! Your cables are always so perfect so your students will be getting an expert teacher. Don’t forget to take some pics of the workshop for your blogging buddies:)

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    1. Aw! Thank you. It’s all gone a little mad since I launched the DYC and that’s wonderful, but I’m struggling to get everything done – especially with everyone visiting. At least the workshop’s not until October, so a while before I need to prep for it 🙂

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      1. Absolutely. I love and adore Fall and its colour splendour just as much. And creamy natural colours. Lately I am liking wine reddish / burgundy colours too. But blue will always be the one I guess. 🙂

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      2. 🙂 I wonder if we naturally gravitate to what suits us more? Wine and burgundy look awful on me and I never touch them – unless they’re in a bottle 😉 I do love a good rusty orange though – although I’d never wear it. I too love cream, but it gets mucky so quickly.

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      3. I think we do, for sure.
        I have rather a lot of cream / beige. I am lazy when dressing for work, and it is much easier to choose then, they all go together either way. Just add a splashy colourful scarf, wrap or shawl, and I am done. 🙂
        I can get away with many colours, I guess I am lucky. I do prefer deep darker colours as accessories, not pastels. Does not go with the grey hair. LOL.
        Wine in a bottle is much better. Good thing SA has pretty good ones. 🙂

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