Another week has flown by and somehow it is Friday afternoon again!
Last week we announced our Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea plans and we are excited by the wonderful feedback we have received.
We have started our little collection of Tea Cosy’s and would love to see how many we can have in store at our Biggest Morning Tea!
For those of you that missed the details last week or are new to our newsletters –
Tangled Yarns Biggest Morning Tea
RSVP required by Wednesday 16th May
Can’t you just see this gorgeous vintage table cloth covered in crochet and sweet treats.
If you are still looking for ideas for something to bring along we have come across this website with some great recipes.
Don’t forget our giveaways!!
Tangled Yarns Daffodil Tea Cosy
Daffy Yarn Kit
To enter the giveaways, simply donate to our Tangled Yarns ABMT page (or in-store).
For every $5.00 that you donate, you will receive one entry into the draw.
After you have donated online, please email a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries for the giveaways will close Wednesday 23rd May at 4:30pm, with the drawing to take place at 5:30pm.
Hope to see you at our Retro-Tea!
We simply can’t keep up to the demand, our Stitch Pixie bags continue to sell out in record time!
We have new stock & new fabrics in both the regular and large sizes!
Get in quick!!!
After launching our two new Cascade lines with a massive boom we have had to re-order yet again!
Our wall of Noro colour has certainly caused a stir…many customers have been making a beeline to the back wall the second they walk through our doors!
We have added a small top up of the most popular weights and added the pure wool Kureyon.
Pronounced coo-ray-oh-n is the Japanese pronunciation of the English “crayon;” thus, the literal name of the yarn is “crayon.”
US 7-9 or 4.5 – 5.5mm
While I much prefer Silk Garden for my garments and accessories like scarves Kureyon is ideal for home-wares and accessories like bags, plus it has the added bonus of being felt-able!
After some inspiration?
Kureyon Kozy by Emma Crew
Felted Stained Glass Fan Bag by Madeline Langan
Kureyon Coffee Cozy by Michelle Molis
Mitered Crosses Blanket by Kay Gardiner
Sophie by Julie Anderson
Felted Tote with Kureyon Scarps by Janet D. Russell
Crochet Felted Coasters by Tracy St. John
Chameleon Baby Blanket by Tracy St. John
US 1½ – 2 or 2.5 – 2.75mm
With such excellent yardage this yarn makes for both a great scarf & shawl yarn as well as for garments.
Annis by Susanna IC
Venus by Aoibhe Ni (crochet)
Adrift by Carol Feller
Lavalette by Kirsten Kapur
Argo by Aoibhe Ni (crochet)
Juno Regina Stole & Wrap by Miriam L. Felton
Featherweight Cardigan by Hannah Fettig
Etude in Stripes by Diana Rozenshteyn
Versio by ankestrick
Our Knit Pro needles continue to fly off the shelves, another huge shipment has just arrived!
We have had requests for some heavier weight cotton.
Our pick of Aran weight cottons would have to be Debbie Bliss Eco Cotton.
We now have 27 amazing colours in stock!
Spring Beret by Natalie Larson (knit)
JustRight and BigTime Dishcloths by Deborah Ellis (crochet)
Canaletto Cowl by Megan Goodacre (knit)
Double Bump Dishcloth by Missy Angus (knit)
Cotton Seeds by Michelle Dupont (knit)
Starling Handbag by Alice Merlino (crochet)
Ribbed Lace Bolero by Kelly Maher (knit)
African Flower Bag by Gunilla Karlsson (crochet)
Holy Cowl! By Hilary Hunt (knit)
Presto Chango by Valerie Wallis (knit)
Que Sera by Kirsten Kapur (knit)
Little V-Stitch Blanket by Lion Brand (crochet)
Baby Shrug by Debbie Bliss (knit)
Modern Vintage Potholder by Maryse Roudier (crochet)
May is zooming past us and our classes are filling fast!
We have a single place left in our Learn To Crochet course that starts this Sunday (13th May) and our next Learn to Knit course starts next Saturday (19th May).
For those looking for something a little more challenging we have our Learn To Lace course in June.
Learn to Lace
Many of our students have gone on to knit the full sized version of Summer Flies as their first lace project.
In the first lesson you will form the foundation of the different stitches used in lace knitting.
The second lesson will focus on any problems you’ve had over the week with your homework and possibly begin your first shawl.
$60.00 per person (2 week course) plus supplies
Requirements – Please note that this is an intermediate course. Prior knowledge of how to cast on, knit, purl and cast off is required.
Supplies – approx 70y yards of Worsted / 10ply yarn (smooth, no novelty as you need to see your stitches), 5.00mm needles and a wool darning needle.
Bookings and deposits are essential for all of our classes.
Please phone the store on 07 3666 0276 or email us email@example.com if you have any further questions on our classes or to book in!
|Whats on the Needles at Tangled Yarns|
With all the luscious colours of Noro in store I couldn’t help start another Granny Square Blanket.
This time I have used nine different colours of Noro Taiyo and have slipped stitched them together in the final round without a solid joining colour.
The finished size is perfect size to snuggle under on the lounge.
It is the ultimate, easy to wear cardi and in the Alpaca Lace it is insanely soft!
|Happy Mothers Day
Wishing all the mums, grandmothers and mums to be
a wonderful mothers day this Sunday!
May your day be filled with all of your favourite people
and perhaps a little yarn… x
|Inspiring your passion!