Monday, 26 March 2012
We put the Spotlight on female owned business Needlecase!
Today we introduce you all to NEEDLECASE!
The women who started up Needlecase:
Needlecase was set up by two inspiring females!
Jean Walne and Judith Schur are a mother and daughter team who are passionate about knitting and needlework of all kinds.
What do they do at Needlecase?
The Needlecase shop opened in September 2010! They offer a wide and stunning range of yarns and haberdashery at great prices and all of their items are available by mail order over the telephone and selected lines can also be ordered directly on-line! Alongside this Needlecase offer a range of affordable knitting courses including: Learn to Knit for beginners, Crochet Improver's Day Classes and various workshops knitting circles that you can join today! Alongside this you can also purchase Knitting Patterns!
What is the Needlecase Mission?
Friendly service and sharing of expertise is the aim at Needlecase.
Here you will find something for every age and skill level!
Where can you check out these services and products?
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Want to purchase Knitting Patterns from Needlecase?
How do you get in touch with Needlecase?
Get in touch with Needlecase directly today HERE
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