Roll up, roll up, get your Pampootie Christmas gifts at this year’s Art Market! Pop along and say Hello to me and over 40 other makers and artists selling beautiful things at the Ropewalk. See you there!
Exciting news! I’ll be at the Danby Christmas craft fair in beautiful North Yorkshire. Come along and say hello on Saturday 16 November and Sunday 17 November. Plenty to do at this North York Moors National Park Centre – and there’s a great cafe too!
Behold, the Pampootie ipad cover! Having heard from lots of ipad owners about their ideal cover, I joined forces with a Pampootie customer, and we designed one together! Our usual Pampootie soft wool fabrics combine with quirky linings and buttons to bring you a pretty, practical and downright gorgeous Pampootie ipad cover. Cunningly designed to snugly fit your ipad, with or without a folding Smart Cover. Is this the best ipad cover ever? We think so!
It’s all very exciting here at Pampootie Towers. Pampootie products are now on sale at the fabulous Formality design shop in Dublin, just in time for Christmas too. Mini hot water bottles, flower peg kits and flower tape measures are all selling like hot cakes! Very exciting, I’m thrilled that Pampootie is so popular with Formality customers. Thank you to the lovely Karl and Patrick…
So here’s a peek at my stall from last week’s Christmas Market at the Ropewalk! Wonderful day, with tons of friendly visitors and lots of lovely comments about my Pampootie makes. Mini hot water bottles were snapped up, heart and star decorations were bought, and loads of interest in everything else, including my new flower kits….more about them in the New Year, when I launch my online store!
Knitted from a Teva Durham pattern, this was a Christmas gift for my Mum. She loves this and wears it a lot – especially when walking as her arms get chilly. She also wears it as a scarf with the sleeves wrapped round her neck – versatile or what!!
Here’s the latest shrug from my needles – a Christmas present for Mum. It’s Stephanie Japel’s shrug from ‘Fitted Knits’. My first attempt at ‘top down’ knitting and it’s so easy. I used one colour, rather than two as the pattern suggests and instead added some gauzy kid silk haze to the edges for a delicate look.
I’m really pleased with it and Mum is too. More pics on Ravelry.