The Fenton Knitting Group meets for the first time in 2019 tomorrow, 8 January, with a warm welcome to our returning members as well as any new knitters or anyone wanting to learn to knit.
So if you want to get crafty with your needles, Fenton is the place to be on Tuesday evenings.
Although the festive season is officially over once again for another year, our cake this week will be Mary Berry’s Twelfth Night Cake. See for yourself Soo’s very first attempt at ‘posh’ filigree icing. It may not look quite as smart as Mary’s version, but I promise you it will taste good!
Following my holiday in Suffolk (more about my holiday knitting soon!) the Fenton Knitting Group will be knitting tonight at the barn as usual. Courtesy of the lovely Mary Berry we will be enjoying a ‘weekend fruit cake’ and this on a Tuesday! Shocking!
Today’s handmadebysoo cake for the Fenton Knitting Group members to enjoy is my take on Gretel Beer’s apple slices. Very continental, but without Gretel’s sultanas as one of our ladies doesn’t eat dried fruit. A sneaky taster as they came out of the oven reveals however that they are still delicious!
As Twelfth Night falls on a Tuesday this year and coincides with the first meeting of the Fenton Knitting Group in 2016 we shall be knitting tonight by the Christmas tree. Time to reflect, perhaps, on all the lovely family time we have enjoyed this holiday and to start planning all those crafty projects we have resolved to complete in the new year.
The cake this evening is by way of a celebration too. It was Soo’s birthday yesterday (yes, 27 AGAIN!!!) and to mark the occasion she will be sharing her birthday cake. The recipe is courtesy of Mary Berry. The cake smells delicious and promises to taste just as good. Enjoy!
Knitters and stitchers of all abilities are warmly invited to join the Fenton Knitting Group. Residents of West Lindsey and beyond are welcome to join us on Tuesday evenings, 6pm to 7.30pm from 2 September 2014 onwards. Please contact us by email: email@example.com or telephone 01472 717862 to register your interest.
Bring along your knitting or stitching projects to share with like-minded people in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. While away an hour or so and feel yourself unwind.
The knitting group takes place in Soo’s home in the heart of Fenton. Soo is a lifelong knitter and happy to help you with your knitting project, teach you new techniques or help you master a new stitch.
Meet the hand knitted pink sheep!
A contribution of just £3 per session is requested to include tea, coffee and delicious home-made cake.