A yarnery in Bordeaux

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A three-day stay in Bordeaux for work provided the opportunity to visit a beautiful and inviting yarn store just off rue Sainte-Catherine, called La Lainerie. It displayed one of the most exhaustive offerings of Rowan yarns I’ve come across in France, and the owner Marie-Line was very nice and friendly, providing great conversation. I bought a few balls of Rowan fine tweed (for a little something I have in mind), as well as a skein of Austrian superfine merino, in a gorgeous understated variety of blues.
On the train to Bordeaux and back, I worked on a new project: yet another scarf, in 2-color linen stitch pattern (I’m smitten with this stitch right now!), made with Noro Taiyo 4 ply yarn and some undyed Bluefaced Leicester.

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4 thoughts on “A yarnery in Bordeaux

  1. nooooon tu as été a Bordeaux, oh là là , snif snif, comme ça me manque ma ville chérie
    Il y a une autre boutique du coté de la grosse cloche
    La rue ste Cath’ , ahaha , que des souvenirs ,
    as tu manger les cannelés ???
    bis
    Alex

    1. À mon grand regret, je ne suis pas resté suffisamment longtemps pour faire d’autres découvertes et visiter davantage cette belle ville. Mais je me suis bien rattrapé avec les canelés, ça oui 😉

  2. Thank you so much for your blog. It’s super inspiring especially for newbies like me. Looking forward to more knitting inspiration.

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