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My absolute favourite room at Wool House. Rachel and I just felt at home and totally at ease in here. A room like this with high ceilings, big windows, fireplace and hardwood flooring is my idea of the perfect crafting room. Add balls of wool in scrumptious colours and you have Heaven On Earth.

Wool House craft roomRowan wool at Wool House craft room

That knitted chair and lampshade!!

Wool House craft room

Forget about Pinterest for your inspiration, this old school mood board is so much better.

Mood board at Wool House craft roomMood Board at Wool House craft roomGranny Squares at Wool House craft room

Those granny squares are beautiful aren’t they? Don’t forget to make and post yours to Country Homes & Interiors for their Crochet Club to raise money for Mencap.

I have a few things going on over the next two weeks (Genoa yarnbomb this weekend!! and Surbiton Food Festival yarnbomb next week!!) so I’ll start working on my grannies in April. They’ll be an excellent project to take on the train to work, leaving me free to work on my next Japanese pattern top in the evenings. Yes, I said next. The blueish Japanese top is finished (I want to wear it in Genoa this weekend) and I’ve already bought the yarn for Japanese top number 2!

Speaking of the Surbiton Food Festival yarnbomb, if you’ve crocheted fruit for me to use in the yarnbomb, you need to get them to me before 29 March please.

One last thing before I forget, Wool House is free and it’s open until Sunday 24 March 2013. You really should go if you are in the London area. There are daily events, including a Rowan knitting workshop held in the Craft Room, that you can attend. For free. Details are here.