This summer you can experience a knitted garden at the Framework Knitters Museum, Ruddington. Among the natural flora and fauna in the museums picturesque garden, woollen flowers are blooming and woollen bugs are creeping.
The knitted additions to the museum’s garden will be on display until Sunday 27th September, including during the annual Garden Party on Monday 31st August. Entry to the garden is included in the normal admission price, though admission is free during the Garden Party which runs from 11 am to 4 pm.
The knitted flowers and garden critters were originally created by the museum staff and visitors for the Woollen Woods exhibition held in Rushcliffe Country Park in May. Any additional contributions to the collection are welcome.
Paul Baker, Museum Manager, said “the museum garden is always such a pleasant place to be in the summer, the addition of the knitted flowers and bugs seemed perfect. We can’t wait to see our visitors’ faces as they explore the garden and discover the beautiful knitted artwork nestled among the blossoming garden.”
For more information please visit www.frameworkknittersmuseum.org.uk or contact the museum on 0115 984 6914 or email firstname.lastname@example.org