Last weekend me and my Mum set off on our annual trip to Yarndale. We went for the first time last year and I think its safe to say it will forever be an annual tradition to go together.
Yarndale is a festival dedicated to all things made with yarn. It's an explosion of colour and creativity and has a wonderful selection of stalls and delights to feast your eyes on. This year there was almost two hundred stalls to look at which I must admit at points was a little bit of a sensory overload and lots of the stalls started to blend into each other but it was a really lovely day out none the less. I was very restrained and only bought a couple of balls of wool to make some socks with but I could have gone absolutely nuts at the Toft Stall. I already have the Edwards Menagerie book and would have loved to have splurged on some of the beautiful Toft wools but unfortunately my brakes went on the car last week and I am on a budget for the rest of the month - roll on payday.
I will leave you with my photo diary of the day - I've tried to capture what a beautifully creative and colourful atmosphere it was. Until next year...
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