I hope you don’t mind me continuing my look back at the Yarndale weekend? I know it was a long time ago (and I while since my first post on the subject) but I just want to capture the joy of the weekend. Hopefully it is a nice reminder to those of you who were able to go too!
You can read the first part of my trip here, and here’s what we got up to on the Sunday…
After our busy day at Yarndale on Saturday afternoon, we decided we would take things a bit more leisurely on the Sunday. A short pootle in the town before heading home at lunchtime-ish.
I think we took a wrong turn at some point as we quickly found ourselves not going in the expected direction. But it was lucky in many ways as we found ourselves outside Coopers – the location for Lucy & Tracy‘s Studio. We made a mental note to come back – for now we were off to enjoy some of the yarnwalk and the park.
I wonder how many times these little cuties got snapped over the course of the weekend? So adorable, and a sign that we were in the right place.
Coming into the park was just lovely – the playground so familiar to me from Heather‘s posts about her trips with her little boy.
Our next stop was Coopers cafe. Although it hadn’t been a strenuous morning by any means, we were ready for a little sit down and a bit of cake. How could we resist when they all looked so tempting!
With our batteries recharged and crochet neatly packed away, we headed up the stairs to take a peek inside the Studio. I have loved reading the Studio story – how they found it, all the work they put into sanding and painting and then finally filling with their bits and bobs. And all their hard work is definitely worth it – a beautiful place to come and craft a while… here is Lucy’s end – her bright colour popping from every corner:
Our look around The Studio brought our weekend road trip to an end. It was going to take most of the afternoon to get home so with a final wander through town we said goodbye to the canal…
Yarndale, you were wonderful. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make it happen.