The designs were modelled by staff, customers and friends of Spin A Yarn and they did a great job. Below they're posing for the photographer in some of Debbie's designs.
Spin A Yarn staff members, modelling a shrug.
Snow Queen Shawl was a particular favourite last night. It's a perfect winter shawl.
A big thank you to Joyce of Spin A Yarn for inviting me to this fashion show. Joyce was the first one to book me to teach knitting workshops and has always encouraged and supported me, which I really appreciate.
This morning it was back to business as normal and I started the day (after a bit of knitting) with the publication of the Jurassic Coast Scarf. This is the third design in the Amazing Luxury Knits Collection. The yarn has been in my stash for a little while and I was determined I wanted to use it for a design in this collection as I loved the colours. It's Great Northern Yarns Cashmere and I can't find it on their website so it may be discontinued but they do a mink/cashmere blend which is also gorgeous. And their mink fibre is humanely harvested.
single pattern or as part of the Amazing Luxury Knits Collection. If you purchase the single pattern you'll receive a code for £3 off if you decide you'd like the full collection. We're half way through Amazing Luxury Knits now. Three designs have been published and we have three left. They will be published in January, February and March. After March they'll all collated into an e-book which subscribers will be able to download in March/April. Sign up now.