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Join Yarn-storm artist Cassandra Kilbride at the Brontë Parsonage Museum in one of her workshops to create a woolly bike inspired by Yorkshire's landscape and literature.
The bike will be one of 10 which will form part of The Woolly Bike Trail for the Yorkshire Festival 2014 to celebrate the Tour de France coming to Yorkshire.
Tuesday 27th May 10.30am - 1.00pm
Thursday 29th May 2.30 - 3.00pm
Admission is FREE, but booking is essential.
Please note: to book on to one of Cassandra's workshops visit www.yorkshireswoollybikes.co.uk
This workshop will take place in Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth and the theme for the bicycle is Landscape & Literature – Inspired by the literary greats for whom the Yorkshire landscape was muse: using passages from the Secret Garden to Dracula and of course works of the Brontes.
Wool and patterns will be provided, please provide your own hooks and needles.
Places are limited so early booking is advised, should you be unable to attend the session you have booked please be sweet and cancel your booking so that someone else can take part.
These sessions will be run in a friendly knit and natter session, you don’t have to be the best knitter or crocheter in Yorkshire but a basic ability to knit or crochet is required.
You may attend the full day by booking on both afternoon and morning sessions!
Please note Cassandra can only advise on crochet!