A taste of knitting to come

 

On a grey February Sunday in Paris what could be better than a taste of knitting at a trendy Parisian café alongside the Bassin de la Villette where the Canal d’Ourcq flows quietly in to meet the Canal St Martin? Clearly quite a lot of people knew there wasn’t much better because the first Sunday afternoon Gôuter-Tricot at the Pavillon des Canaux organised by Enrico the Flying Knitter was a great success – so successful that we knitters over-populated the café, filling up every last quirky corner of the old house with stitches and yarn in a thousand colours. Continue reading

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