Wot I Did on My Holidays

A break from scheduled cosplay posts for some snaps from my holiday in Wales, in which I do my very first yarnbomb!

Notes:

There’s a video on the Studio Knit website giving more detailed instructions about how to make the bunny from a square.

You can read about the making of Nimakim (and his discarded bits) in his category on the Travelling Monsters site.

The sunburst owl crochet pattern is the creation of BunnyMummy, and you can get it (free!) here. UK people – it’s in American terminology, but the conversions for all the terms are listed at the top.

If you want more Llwyngwril yarnbombing goodness, click on my tweet thread below for (a lot of) pics, check out their FB group, or best of all, go and visit before October half term. It’s just wonderful.

I can’t find a website for the Harlech Pottery, but it’s great. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area. Ann Giorgi-Llewellyn has an online shop too.

The folktale about Devil’s Bridge Falls is here.

If quilts are your thing, here’s the Quilt Association’s website, with information on events and exhibitions. There’s more details on the old quilt with the papers and the Suffolk Puff quilt too. Here’s Bobby Britnell’s website, and Ruth Singer’s.

The kumihomo braiding book Gaie was using is “Beautiful Braiding Made Easy” by Helen Deighan. It is entirely possible that a copy has arrived at the lair. Ahem.

Dave Gullen, who made the tiny leather mask wine charm, has an online shop. He accepts commissions, big and small. His phone cases are supercool.

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