I attended a professional learning seminar with international educational leadership guru Professor Guy Claxton at Orbis yesterday. You can imagine my delight when two slides
Dear Pru’s Yarn Store Passport: A record for intrepid Yarnaholics, Knitters and Crocheters is out now on Amazon. It’s not very expensive, and will fit in most project bags. A great gift for the yarny you know, and the ones you will befriend as you travel the globe collecting all the stamps and stickers at far-flung local yarn stores.
When I became the recipient of a Charles Sturt Business Development Grant this year, I wanted to use it to take my brand identity further, so as to better communicate who Dear Pru is as a business in my products and advertising. And I wanted to do it with a local creative businesswoman who “gets” me: Pip Kruger.
Tucked into the Victorian countryside are hidden gems: sheep and alpaca farms, mills, dyeing studios and yarn stores. Many are by appointment only, and unless you are in the know, you wouldn’t even think to go looking for them…luckily, Jess is charting a treasure map…