I seem to spot yarn-related items wherever I go, even in the most unlikely places!
I recently visited Narberth Museum, located in the recently renovated Bonded Stores, a hundred year old building that – in its heyday – would have been a temporary home to hundreds of valuable kegs of duty-free whisky, brandy and rum before they were shipped further afield.
So it was quite a surprise to turn a corner in the museum and see two glass cabinets displaying a range of knitting related items, including some vintage patterns.
A reflection of everyday local life over the years, and a reminder that our knitting notions are not so very different today.
The museum includes a cafe and gift shop, and the building also offers meeting rooms and office space for local businesses.
Well worth a visit!
Where have you seen knitting items on your travels this week? I’d love to hear about it!