Before I came away I did a search on line to see if there were any craft shops in Llandudno and I got three results, The Wool Shop Llandudno, Ewe Felty Thing and Crafty-Ty Wools, all were in walking distance. Ewe Felty Thing was the nearest, a lovely shop selling various hand dyed yarns plus other commercial yarn that I had only seen other people show on podcasts, I spent a while in there and I did buy something but it might be a present so I won't show it yet. I didn't think to take any photos inside but the woman was lovely and friendly. There are no shops where I live that sell hand dyed yarn so this was a real treat.
Crafty-TY Wool shop is such a lovely shop, so bright, airy and modern, but cute too, It was a mother and daughter here and again they were both lovely, friendly and very helpful.
I recently decorated our smallest bedroom and have been thinking that I would like to crochet a blanket for the single bed in there, It will be a Winter project but seeing as they had all the Stylecraft colours in stock I decided to get them while I could. Not very good photo, the light in this room is very poor.
I couldn't resist buying a couple of fluffy pompoms, they were only £2.50, they will be good for any hats I knit for Bonnie this winter.
My last purchase from there will be a Christmas present for my daughter, Joanne. The yarn is called ReTwisted Chainy Cotton and came with a free pattern for a crochet Rustic Market Bag. They had a sample bag made up and it's a decent size, I know she has looked a making one of these so I hope she likes the yarn colour I chose.
The other wool shop sold loads of other crafty items as well as lots of commercial yarn. I managed to find some buttons that I think will go well on my cardigan.
I came back to the hotel around lunchtime and did a couple of hours stitching, I might have had a cheeky nap too ;-) I went for a walk late afternoon to the other side of the bay, I'll leave you with some of those photos.