There are craft markets that happen occasionally like Craft 2.0 and the Knack, which we get suitably excited about at the time, but another market that happens every weekend takes place on Saturdays in the underground carpark at Frank Kitts.

Usually they have a mix of stalls, food and music, but tomorrow they have a particular focus: 

"Wonders of Wool" Market

Showing off the region’s fibre artists, spinners, felters, knitters & weavers.

Including demonstrations on spinning, weaving, crocheting as well as some specifically for the kids.

Over 60 stalls, including:

  • Felted hats, scarves & throws
  • Alpaca clothing
  • Handwoven novelty yarns
  • Hand-dyed spinning and felting fibres
  • Crocheted items
  • Merino clothing
  • Balls of wool, knitting needles, felting needles etc

 The market runs from 10am-4pm, it’s under cover, and the organisers promise it’ll be warm, so if you’re up for some yarn, you should definitely go along and check it out, not least because my aunt will be selling off her huge stash of weaving wool (we’re all about the nepotism here, of course).