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COME AND SEE US

We have been invited to exhibit at Kirstie Allsopp's new and exciting The Handmade Fair from 19th-21st September at Hampton Court Palace. A craft extravaganza where there will be workshops, guest speakers and lots of lovely exhibitors. Come and find us on stand A13 in the East Tent.

"Join us for a day of making beautiful things
Indulge yourself in our craft banquet workshops
Learn from Britain's best artisans
Shop from hand-picked craft sellers"

JUST ARRIVED

The long awaited Ultra Fine Lace Blocking Wires are here. Available in Long and Super Long, these amazing flexible wires can be stored in a space saving curled up state until your blocking needs them.

Adriafil's 2ply Zephir 50 is machine washable and is perfect for an heirloom shawl or wrap. It can be knitted with beads, several strands at a time or blended with another yarn.

The luxurious Alpaca Silk 4ply is available in 16 shades including the beautifully named Lily Pad. The accompanying booklet has eight garment patterns by designers such as Anniken Allis and Ana Sanchez-Forner.

Flatter is a new linen smoothing spray from our friends at Soak®. Available in four delicious fragrances, including new Fig.

BRITISH KNITTING AWARDS 2014

You lovely, lovely people!

We've been awarded the Runner-Up prize "Best Ready to use Knit Kits" in the Let's Knit British Knitting Awards 2014.

Thank you so much.

To win in 2013 and be awarded this prize in 2014 is a huge accolade and a testament to the hard-working team behind The Little Knitting Company.

Let's Knit and Let's Get Crafting invited readers to nominate their favourites in May 2014, the resulting shortlist appeared in the August issue and online for three months. "... The British Knitting Awards is a true representation of consumer opinion and as such these awards are highly coveted by key names across the industry."

In 2013, the final list of winners recognised a total of 47 companies and individuals, and categories include Best Knitting Designer, Best Luxury Yarn Brand and Best Knitting Blog. As well as celebrating big names such as Sirdar, Rowan, Deramores and John Lewis, the awards also sought to highlight the importance of small local knitting shops by dividing Independent Yarn Store into six regional categories for the first time.