Perranuthnoe Village Craft

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I haven’t always done this but in recent years I’ve started looking for yarn shops when travelling. I’d check out what I’d find on the internet and then try and find it when I’m there. This was one of the harder ones. We were on a roadtrip trough the south of england and especially cornwall and that little village wasn’t on the map and our GPS was unable to locate it.

We looked the town up on google maps, got the estimate time it would take us from a bigger town before this village to the exit for it and we were set. On the road we were looking for the sign saying “Perranuthnoe“. And always checking the time to make sure we hadn’t missed our turn.

And it was worth it. The cutest little village, a cloudy view of St. Michael’s Mount (on the way back to the village from the beach we got caught in a little rain shower..) and a wee bit of yarn for me. They had quite a nice selection and I thought it was funny that they stock Lang Yarns. (That’s my go to sockyarn brand and I didn’t know they were so widely known…)

Perranuthnoe Village Craft shop.

(May 2014)

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