Monday, 30 April 2012

Wuthering Heights

I'm finally reading Wuthering Heights. So what? Well, I guess I thought I should, I mean, it's attested to be one of the most original pieces of literature ever written. And it was written in Haworth ~ which (insert drum-roll here) is the name of my personal favourite of my colourways. I'd rather read Jane Eyre, but I don't have it to hand...

This post is a little late. That's because I really wanted to record a little story to tell you about my recent trip to Haworth when I announced the winner of the colourway competition, but I just haven't had time, and I didn't want to leave you hanging any longer ;-)

So from all the people who guessed Haworth in their comment on the last blog post I picked two random winners, and they are:

pebbledash and Octonat

Please contact me at with your favourite colourway and yarn base and your address and I'll post your lovely prize next week!

Thanks to everyone who left a comment and for all the birthday wishes...

Hopefully sometime soon I'll post that story on the blog...

Here's a picture of Haworth on MCN DK:

Friday, 20 April 2012

Colourway Competition!

The 29th April 2012 will be the Lioness Arts Etsy Shop's first birthday and I'm planning some party games

To win a skein in your favourite colourway leave a comment blelow with the answer to the following question:

What is my favourite of all my colourways so far?

Here is the sold section of the Etsy shop if you need inspiration ;-)
All correct answers will be put tinto the random number generator and 2 winners will be announced on April 29th :)