Do you remember the granny square workshop I attended at Toft Alpaca Farm on the 6th of November last year? I blogged about it, and the granny square scarf I made, here. It was a great day and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. What I didn’t tell you in the post, is that there was a photographer for Country Homes & Interiors magazine at the crochet workshop as the magazine was doing a feature on Kerry Lord and the Toft Alpaca Farm.
The article is in the current, March 2013 issue, of the magazine.
Flick to page 144 and you’ll see Kerry (with the grey wrap and black headband) standing to the left of the photo – next to me, wearing my Dusky crochet top and grinning like a Cheshire cat! Can you tell that I was enjoying myself?! Our lovely instructor, Carrie is standing on the other side of me, looking very cute. You will also spot my one Converse trainer under the table. Classy.
The granny square scarf that I made at this workshop has been a lifesaver this Winter. Chunky Alpaca wool is definitely the way to go to keep you warm in sub-zero temperatures.
Do yourself a favour and buy this issues of Country Homes & Interiors. It’s filled with beautiful homes and loads of inspiration for a country lifestyle. And of course an interesting article about the Toft Alpaca Farm.