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Jolie is a knitting and homeware shop run by Linda Williams and Daniella Taylor. If you are interested in anything you see on this blog or would like to learn to knit or crochet please call us at the shop on 01438 861 717. We are open between 10am and 4pm Mon - Sat. To view our website, click on http link below.

Friday, 30 September 2011

Knit and wine

Very pleasant Knit and Wine Tuesday evening. Laura, Sarah and Caroline did a little late night shopping......

Carolyn was impressed with Sarah's beautifully knitted Nordic cushion.
Sue B and Caron did a little knitting and a lots of whining ......and wining, of course.

Agnetha and Annifrid?

Sue and Sarah modelled their crochet shrugs at Knit and Wine - Mamma mia, did Abba have this pattern too?

Monday, 26 September 2011

Linda's birthday

September is a bumper month for birthdays at Jolie - Linda, Karen, Dany, Libby, Trish, Julie and Ann....... Linda had a double cream doughnut thing.
And matching nail varnish to go with her present. That's some colour coordination.

Home sweet home

Dany made Linda a garland. Fabric, glue, paper scissors. Quick and easy - love it, no sewing!

Knit and wine

Tuesday 27th September 7.30 - 10pm.

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Summer crochet workshops

Young Charlotte brought her crochet squares in to show Linda who was more than impressed with her achievements. Ros was on a 1-2-1 refresher crochet and cracked on with her pattern reading and hooking.

Gypsy Rose Dany......

Oh what a summer - if you can call it that. There's been more rain than sun. Dany, Phil, Eddie, Ollie and dog Billie did however manage a few lovely days in Shropshire, staying in these wonderful vintage showman's caravans. Phil and I had the red and yellow one.
Eddie and Ollie had the green one.
Both were very quaint with wood burning stoves and electric lights - all mod cons! We had 22 cupboards in ours!
This was Eddie and Ollie's fireplace in the green 'van'.
The 'vans' are on a little campsite in the grounds of Walcot Hall. If you are staying within the grounds you are free to wander around the gardens and arborteum which are very beautiful.
There is even a lake, with a little boat.

Billie came too, but didn't find the gypsy in her soul. She wasn't keen on 'glamping' . Always the opportunist, she stole the sausages out of the frying pan on the campfire. Needless to say she wasn't popular that evening.
Ollie lent her some cool specs when she'd been forgiven.
We visited Bury Ditches an iron age hill fort nearby. Billie and Ollie re enacted some ancient local Britons.

Shropshire is a beautiful county and we explored some pretty places, but Walcot Hall was a real find we'll definitely be back. www.walcothall.com