Sunday, 23 March 2008

Too much chocolate.

Oh god, I have eaten too much chocolate, our house is full of the damned stuff, huge packages of cakes and chocs from Spain, and presents of more, I am having a slight sugfar high, lol.

Anyway, I did a super dyeing workshop at getknitted yesterday, it was just so much fun, it really was, the lovely ladies dyed some really super colours, and we laughed alot, which meant we were all inspired and had a perfect day :-) I also accidently purchased some knitpicks needels for peru, I figured I might be able to get them through customs seeing as its at least 30 hours of flying, I could knit tonnes in that time.

Shop has finished being updates, there are some of the new fibre blends on there, and some cute sock yarns. Right off to knit and watch the Grand prix. Happy easter everyone.



  1. I flew from London in September. No knitting allowed out of London at that time. If you have to reclaim your luggage along the way, you could get out your knitting once you hit your next stop. American planes don't mind knitting, within reason. I don't think they would allow huge long needles, or huge fat ones. I hope this helps.

  2. I'm just back from a trip to the US - flew out in mid-February. Absolutely no problems with knitting needles, for which I was extremely glad!