Oh my....Wow....Oh, look....Gorgeous....I love this!
Just a few of the utterances to be heard this morning as the smallest band there could possibly be completed the Glen Gallery quest.
You drive down an insignificant and narrow country lane and enter a tiny pink cottage which transforms TARDIS like into the most amazing craft barn. They sell jewellery and finished goods as well as the tools and materials for knitting, crochet, embroidery, cross-stitch, quilting, felting, beadwork and a lot of other handi-crafts too. And loads of pattern books and how-to manuals as well. Throughout the year they organise full-day courses (inc refreshments on arrival and lunch) around various crafts from knitting to beadcraft. They stock the entire range of Debbie Bliss and Rowan yarns and have a very extensive range of other beautiful designer yarns.
Some pennies did change hands throughout the day and here are a few snaps of our purchases. You'll have to keep an eye on the blog to find out what we intend to do with them :-)
Millside Restaurant which is in the recently restored Old School in Gracehill, a quaint Moravian village full of beautiful buildings, fantastic front doors and a quiet village green.
Refreshed after lunch we visited yet another craft outlet, Gemini Crafts also in the Old School.
For those of you unable to join our foray into uncharted territories, all I can say is that you missed a fantastic day. A return trip to all three locations is already on the cards .....