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rooroo77 Tue 30-Oct-12 12:10:06

has anyone heard about this: it sounds cool!

CamperWidow Tue 30-Oct-12 12:46:02


Not sure about th price though......

Maybe we could take over a B&B and have a MN Knitting holiday?????

tribpot Tue 30-Oct-12 12:47:48

Ooh, an MN knitting holiday would be excellent - can you imagine our attempts to persuade the B&B owner it wasn't a hen do?! (Of course, male knitters would be equally welcome).

ZombieArmsDragOnTheFloor Tue 30-Oct-12 15:50:06

I'm sure there is a crocheting man somewhere like the Bahamas who runs crochet breaks. Heaven.

rooroo77 Wed 31-Oct-12 09:06:55

i don't think this is a mixed one. it's ladies only... my friend has been to one of these before and she wants me to go with her. apparently, there are gift vouchers for this. maybe i should put it on my Xmas present list? knitting classes are actually quite pricey at £30 per hour...

CamperWidow Fri 02-Nov-12 10:02:59

There must be a MNetter who owns a b&b........

FaintingGhost Fri 02-Nov-12 10:19:21

Knitting classes are £30 an hour? Blimey. I'm in the wrong job. I'll do it for £25!

<thinking of all the times I've given free knitting advice and wondering if it's too late to bill people emoticon>

LatteLady Wed 07-Nov-12 20:34:46

Ooooh... let's set this up for Mumsnet... I am happy to do it for B&B... plus travel.... <gets out out cable needles, crochet hooks, squared paper, crewel needles, blocking mats... checks on stash> Ready! smile

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