Sunday, July 16, 2006

I Knit London

Last Thursday I joined the I Knit London group who were meeting outside at the National Theatre to take in some Freddie-Mercury-tribute juggling (don’t ask; it was kind of funny though). I Knit London is a nomadic knitting group who meet twice monthly at venues all across London. This time there wasn’t a huge turn out, but I am reliably informed that this was due to the fact it wasn’t in a pub; the people there however were lovely. I went with Louise and we both took the opportunity to knit our blue squares for the Knit a River Campaign, which was started by Gerard Allt, (also the founder of I Knit London).

This was, for me anyway, a really nice way to meet people and knit. I liked the fact that knitting was just something that brought us together to convene in a particular location, and, although we did talk about knitting a lot, it wasn’t the be-all-and-end-all of our existences! I definitely plan to go again.


At 6:54 pm, Blogger mjm knitting said...

hey darlin'

i will be bringing my "knit a river" campaign swatches with me when we come over during the holidays. that way i can either post them, or hand deliever them. no problems with taking your mum to the lovely yarn stores when the are here, as long as you do the same with me when i'm in england....
we just have to make girl time plans before we arrive because this year we are going to paris (hopefully on my birthday-insert big grin here)

At 8:44 am, Blogger Louise said...

hello, I am hoping to make i knit london next week too - not sure where it will be yet? Let me know if you are around. Lx


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