July 23, 2017, 2 comments

The Power of Creativity – upcoming workshops in Sydney

Categories: Other Lovely Things

Hello lovely, how are you going this week?

I’ve had a whirlwind of a week – from the bustle of Melbourne, to the sleet and snow of Glen Innes and now the serenity (and comparable warmth) of Homelea.

One thing I love about the Aussie bush is it’s ability to soothe my soul and help me relax. When I got out of the car yesterday I felt the wide open spaces melt away the craziness of my mind.


While I’m at Homelea I love nothing more than settling down with my favourite crochet and knitting projects; sinking into the movements of the stitches and reconnecting with who I really am.

This is the reason I love crocheting and knitting – it makes me feel good. It’s the power of creativity.

Being creative helps me to relax and balance my mind, body and soul.


Would you love to tap into the power of creativity too?

Come and immerse yourself in some chunky crochet and knitting with me in Sydney during August. We’ll spend a couple of hours together in the gorgeous West Elm store at Chatswood Chase – creativity and interiors are the perfect mix!

Each workshop is suitable for everyone – from absolute beginner to experienced – so come along and experience the power of creativity.

  • Crochet a Chunky Cowl Workshop – Saturday 12th August at 10:30am
  • Knit a Chunky Cowl Workshop – Sunday 13th August at 10:00am

There are only limited spaces available so book your tickets here now.


I look forward to crocheting and knitting with you.

With love, Lynda.



2 responses to “The Power of Creativity – upcoming workshops in Sydney”

  1. Elizabeth Kerry says:

    So sorry that I have missed you this weekend. I purchased some cotton from you last year at Glen Innes, but I am at a loss as what to do with it. Can you help? Cheers, Elizabeth

  2. Lynda Rennick says:

    Hi Elizabeth,

    It’s lovely to hear from you. 🙂

    From memory you bought the cotton roving – it’s an amazing fibre! What about arm crocheting with it – it’s the same as normal crochet but done with your arms/hands instead of a hook? It could look amazing in an arm crocheted rug like this one > http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tour-de-crochet-chunky-floor-rug

    Why not bring it along to my Glen Innes workshop and have a go there?

    I hope this helps.

    With love, Lynda.

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