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New year, fresh knits

Happy new year everyone!  I hope you all had a nice break, wrapped up in snuggly woollies to keep warm and cosy. Here at p/hop HQ we’ve been doing a bit of a stocktake of the amazing patterns we’ve got.  I’m amazed at how many fab... 

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Knitalong

Knitalong fun

Our recent Commonwealth knitaglong went stormingly.  There were lots of knitters taking part and they have produced some gorgeous results.  Check out the conversation on Ravelry – they were/are a really chatty bunch and happy to share all their... 

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On the road

Edinburgh Yarn Fest

The planning for this year’s knitting festivals is well under way, and the first event that p/hop will be travelling to is the fabulous Edinburgh Yarn Fest on March 14th and 15th.   We’re getting just a wee bit excited here at p/hop,... 

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On the road

Getting ready for Glasgow School of Yarn

Although we’re based in MSF’s London office, here at p/hop we know that knitters do travel!  We like to head on the road to as many knitting and fibre events around the country as possible each year.  It’s a great opportunity to step... 

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fundraising

Smashing targets!

    This is a little celebratory post to acknowledge that we have have reached our last fundraising target of  £47 500.  Hooray!  That’s the amount of money that the knitting and crochet community has now raised through p/hop for... 

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Keep your head warm: Northmoor Watchcaps

  It’s phenomenally cold here in the UK right now, which means that it’s... 

January 20, 2015 | Continue »

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Edinburgh Yarn Fest

The planning for this year’s knitting festivals is well under way, and the... 

January 13, 2015 | Continue »

Patterns

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Keep your head warm: Northmoor Watchcaps

  It’s phenomenally cold here in the UK right now, which means that it’s... 

January 20, 2015 | Continue »

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