CORRECTION FOR MEETING DATE: Stitchin', Bitchin' and Showing Off Your Talents 25th March 2007

More apologetic greetings to you People of the Knit

Just to let you know the date for the meeting after next was wrong in the last newletter. There is NO MEETING ON THE 28th OF MARCH. Due to Lion Scarf exhaustion we got our dates wrong.

For the next meeting dates see the information below.

Stitch and Treading the Boards (nearly)

Details of the next meeting:

Next meeting finds us lah-dee-dahhing it up in the Long Bar of the National Theatre. According to internet sources there will be a South American folk and Afro-Colombian trio rocking out (acoustically, of course) just across from the bar. On top of all that we have been promised a visit from Barwell Alpacas' leading lady, with some of her fabulous yarn. So you can soak up a bit of culture, laugh in a slightly horsey manner, and shock people with your knitting-in-public bravado.

TUESDAY 27th March
Time: From 6 PM
Venue: National Theatre
The Long Bar (in the main foyer)
South Bank



Nearest tube: Waterloo, Waterloo East, Charing Cross, Embankment

Stitch and Back to the Basement with You!

Details of the meeting after next:

Time: From 6 PM
Venue: Waterstone's Piccadilly Costa Coffee Cafe (in the basement)
Address: Waterstone's
203-206 Piccadilly

Phone: O207 734 4870

Nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus



Sorry for any inconvience caused. :*(

 For those of you who are new to the list and are wondering what we are on about, welcome to S&B London! The last newsletter can be found online if you click here. Ignore the wrong date, but the rest of the newsletter is fine and brimming with free-of-charge knitting goodnes.

We promise to try not to mess the next newsletter up! Please forgive our (my) stupidity.

Happy knitting! 

Stitch and Bítch London  
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