Fisherton Mill in Salisbury - Born to Knit presents Entrelac Knitting
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About the Course
'Born to Knit is Salisbury's only independent wool shop and is located within a beautiful converted Victorian mill on Fisherton Street. We specialise in high-quality, natural yarns, a wide range of workshops and first class customer service.'
Entrelac knitting creates an interesting woven texture which looks as though strips of knitting have been entwined, but is actually knitted in one piece. Learn the technique on a small sample piece, and then embark on a cushion cover in an aran-weight yarn to suit your decor.
A £10 deposit is needed to secure your place pay this no later than a week before the event
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Refreshments: Tea/Coffee, biscuits and jelly babies are included.
Materials: If you have a pair of 5.0mm needles, please bring them with you; otherwise one can be purchased on the day. Yarn will be provided and is included in the price of the workshop.;
The Mill's Gallery Café can provide a ‘sandwich’ lunch for £5.95 (pay the café on the day). If you have special dietary requirements, please let us know - the chef will do his best to accommodate them. Alternatively, you can of course bring your own lunch.
Getting there: The nearest parking is in the Central car park, just a short walk from the Mill. Fisherton Mill is close to Salisbury railway station.
Access: Born to knit is reached by a staircase. We regret that The Mill has no disabled access to the first floor.
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Course Start DatesFriday 20th April 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for events & groups
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