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A play set in 18th century Revolutionary France where ruined aristocrat Purl meets the Three Fates who knit destiny.
A play set in 18th century Revolutionary France where ruined aristocrat Purl meets the Three Fates who knit destiny.
24 backers pledged £2,200 to help bring this project to life.

Tickets for The Knitting Pattern play on sale today!

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The Knitting Pattern poster is designed by Janet Milner
The Knitting Pattern poster is designed by Janet Milner

 

BLUE for the Bourgeoisie, for liberté; one of the two colours of Paris. Here is a knitted blue stripe for The Knitting Pattern.
BLUE for the Bourgeoisie, for liberté; one of the two colours of Paris. Here is a knitted blue stripe for The Knitting Pattern.

 

WHITE for the Clergy, for the Monarchy, for the nation. It stood for egalité, and was the ancient colour of France. Here is the knitted white stripe for The Knitting Pattern.
WHITE for the Clergy, for the Monarchy, for the nation. It stood for egalité, and was the ancient colour of France. Here is the knitted white stripe for The Knitting Pattern.

 

RED for the Nobility, for the martyred Saint Denis, for fraternité. Here is the knitted red stripe for The Knitting Pattern.
RED for the Nobility, for the martyred Saint Denis, for fraternité. Here is the knitted red stripe for The Knitting Pattern.

 PROGRAMMES, PATTERNS, POSTCARDS (& hopefully) CAKE will be on sale for the duration of the run. Here's more of what's been going on:

Pattern of Paris in the 18th century, created by knitter Alice Thompson.
Pattern of Paris in the 18th century, created by knitter Alice Thompson.

 

A prop for The Knitting Pattern. Find out why she weeps…
A prop for The Knitting Pattern. Find out why she weeps…

 Thank you everyone for your generous support of The Knitting Pattern play!

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