Wet Weather Crafts at Audlem Mill

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The weather isn't really what it should be in August, so here's something to keep your children or you occupied on wet days.

We've got lots of craft books at Audlem Mill. Some will teach you to knit, sew or crochet from scratch, and we also have books specially designed for children to learn.

There are also books on unusual crafting projects, including 'little felted dogs', 'knit your own boyfriend' and 'knitted finger puppets' and rug making!

We have also got a wide variety of materials, threads, tools etc. to complete your project, as well as knitting yarns, embroidery kits, felting kits etc.

Do come and have a browse — we're open every day from 9.00 to 5.00.

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