Sunday 5th March 2017

Come and join Marie at the beautiful Brooksby Hall in Leicestershire to learn to create this lovely Mosaic Tile Scarf.  The design was inspired by Spanish ceramic tiles that Marie saw on holiday last year! The scarf is knitted using the mosaic knitting technique which is a great method of introducing colour and pattern without having to strand two colours. This addictive technique is also knitted using just garter stitch and is achievable by the novice knitter even though it may appear quite complex.


DATES Sunday 5th March 2017


TIME 10am  until 4pm. We will start promptly so please arrive by 9.45am.


LOCATION Brooksby Hall, Brooksby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE14 2LJ.


WHAT YOU WILL MAKE You will start to make the beautiful mosaic tile scarf using 9 autumnal shades of Rowan Felted Tweed (4 x 50g balls, 1 x 25g balls, 5 x 10g balls).


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to knit mosaic pattern, including the technique, the rules and how to read the charts.


SKILL LEVEL Suitable for knitters of any level of experience and as this project uses garter stitch it suitable for the novice knitter.


WHAT IS INCLUDED The pattern, charts and the yarn to complete the scarf. A lunch made from locally sourced produce, lots of tea & coffee, fruit juice, biscuits and afternoon cake.


WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING 3mm straight or circular needles.


WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THE SCARF You will be given everything to complete the scarf


NUMBER OF WORKSHOP PLACES Minimum of 10 people to a maximum of 20.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS I reserve the right to cancel the workshop. In the event of a cancellation your fee will be refunded in full.  If you have to cancel then I will try to fill your place. If successful your fee will be refunded in full, otherwise the fee is non-refundable.


THINGS TO DO If you fancy making a short break of your workshop visit, the market towns of Melton Mowbray, Oakham and Uppingham are well worth a visit. Melton mowbray is renowned for it's famous pork pie and the counties of Leicestershire and Rutland are famous for Stilton cheese making.


WHERE TO STAY There are lots of lovely places to stay in the area. If you need any help then please email.