The Eternal Maker Crafts

Friday, 11 July 2014

All Change!! A Date for your Diary.

Fear not, readers, for The Eternal Maker is still here with everything that the sewist needs, but at the moment (as you know if you've visited recently) we are having some building work done. Soon we shall also have everything that the knittist needs too! We are expanding to have a yarn department - exciting times!

Um, well I would say that... Let me introduce myself: I'm Ingrid, have recently joined the merry band here at The Eternal Maker, and I am to be the resident knittist, seller of yarns and hostess of knit night.

The work has been going on for some time now, and today the builders have been whacking, cracking and drilling through the wall to create a new, bigger opening through to the yarn dept and cafe.

Yes, you heard me right. A cafe as well! With tea, coffee, cake and more. It's going to be delicious stuff too. We've all been letting out our belts a notch lately trying it all out. Entirely for your benefit, you know...

Oh, you'll be able to stay here all day *rubs hands with glee.*

Ahem. So, you ask, when can you come to sample these delights?

Well, our Grand Opening is on Saturday 16th August and we will open at 10am as usual.

Anna and I have been hard at work researching yarn lines, meeting reps, chosing a nice range of wools, books, patterns, needles and notions. As with the fabrics, we're hoping to have a range of organic wools, and as well as our core basic yarns, we will have a good range of more sought after brands too. Do keep an eye out over the coming weeks to find out what we will be stocking, but for now, here is a sneak preview of some things that have already been delivered.

Addi Turbos

Crazy Zauberball

Libby Summers aran
We are off to the knitting festival Unwind Brighton tomorrow, to snag some great indie dyers' yarns too, so see you there if you're going!

So for now, get your needles ready,  for the Grand Opening of the yarn department and Cafe on Saturday 16th August and stay a while for some tea and cake too!

Happy stitching (of both kinds)!


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