Norah Al-Ani from Rape Crisis, Pamela Hutton from yarnbomb group and myself were on BBC Radio Cambridgshire yesterday talking about the flower power yarnbomb. Norah’s statistics are shocking and as she says, we’re bringing something normally hidden into the light to be discussed. You can listen in from 33 minutes in here: http://bbc.in/2abxVCA
It’s Ravellenics time! Challenge yourself by starting and finishing one or more projects during the 2016 Summer Olympics (5th – 21st August Rio time). There’s loads of events, choose whichever you like and join Team Sheep Shop. We’ll be holding extra Saturday knitting groups here for Team Sheep Shoppers and awarding prizes to the people who make the most Rhapsody in Bloom yarnbombs in the Household Heptathlon + Charity Laurel. Find out all and join the team here.
“I first started following the jeweller Emma Mitchell, (aka silverpebble2) because I was drawn to the beautiful images she posts. There is a lightness of touch and attention to detail in her approach that is very calming” says designer and author Sarah Hazell. You can learn what makes Emma’s Instagram account so followable (she has over 45,000 followers!) with Emma herself here on July 23rd, then apply it to your own webshops, blogs and media feeds. Book online here.