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Monday, June 15, 2015

Onward To Ulverstone - 2015 Tour Part II

Hitting the streets of Ulverstone in search of yarny goodies with my sister-in-law and we needed look no further than.....

The staff were all hands on deck and ready and willing. So helpful and knowledgeable, we only had to show interest in a yarn and they were able to show us a knitted garment in the same. They had advice about needles, patterns and everything in between. 

Everything our hearts desired...
cotton, alpaca, merino, silk, polymides, sock yarns, slubby yarns, Noro, free patterns....

And that's not all!
Quilting, fabrics, embroidery...
All types of crafting supplies!

They also had a basket of lucky dips for $2 that went straight to the Cancer Council.
This added to the fun of the day and the girls really loved the idea and got some great bargains for their gold coin

Reels of cotton, patchwork squares, needles and more....

Cranberry Crafts were incredibly generous and donated six prizes for our lucky draws on the bus.

Have you had enough yarning yet?
Well here's one more...

Thank you Cranberry Crafts.
You guys were amazing!

The girls then shopped and made some discoveries in the gift shops and split up to enjoy lunch in one of the many cafes. My posse of three highly recommend Furners Hotel and their fabulous $10 lunch menu.

Time to board the bus and find out where Neil will take us next....


  1. Several balls from that Crazy Zauberball display would have jumped into my shopping basket!

  2. What a generous write up about Cranberry Crafts. I was one of the staff. We all had great fun helping you ladies out on your fun day. It made a really fun & special day for us too! I know I enjoyed all the yarn addicts coming in to raid our space! Thanks heaps for visiting!

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    1. Sorry Kelli, I shouldn't have assumed and shared. I've removed the photos (for the benefit of readers there used to be a couple of photos in the post depicting the prizes people won from Cranberry Crafts). Once again, my apologies.

  4. It was a great trip, thanks again Tanya! Kathy and I had lunch at Thirty Three Cups - the soup was delicious and just what I needed. xo

  5. I love yarn... and yarn, I like yarn too...
    I hope you don't mind but you made the top of my first ever top 10 list


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