ImageNEWSFLASH: We will still congregate at the Mowbray-Marks’ place today and ‘weave’ in our lounge rather than beneath the cherry tree. A plus tard. 

On (St Patrick’s Day) Sunday the 17th of March 2013 from 2.30-5pm we are going to host another crochet afternoon on Levers Road, Matua, Tauranga, New Zealand.
All are welcome to this FREE EVENT. Come yarn bomb or learn to crochet or just crochet (and we’ll forgive you if you wanna come knit) in our Matua garden, Katherine Mansfield styles.

Please bring a crochet hook (often op shops sell them for under $1) otherwise see my blog post for other stockists in Tauranga. Come armed with your sunhat and sunscreen and feel free to bring something fabulous of any kind (yourself, a poem, some advice, an exquisite friend, your pet sparrow…)

I will provide a mish-mash of yarn for those who don’t have any, cake and coffee. Everyone will either provide chit chat or listening and most probably laughter.

The secret location will also be less secret soon and not such a picket fence:Image

This is our inspiration for our gifted woven treat:
http://www.mooglyblog.com/10-beautiful-and-free-crochet-flower-patterns/#comment-7429

And for those of you who don’t know about yarn bombs, check this out:
http://www.facebook.com/yarnbombing
And this:
http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2077071_2283031,00.html

Ka Kite Ano. Scrawl Garden Party and Yarn Bombs on your Sunday 17 March 2013 page. e: wildandgrace@gmail.com  or fb: www.facebook.com/wildandgrace for further information.

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