Another crisp winter week! It really is such a spectacular time of year.

Brisbane was greeted by a thick rolling fog yesterday morning before clearing to a perfect winter day.

Along with the sunshine we have had a busy week of stock deliveries!

We are loving the continual flow of new stock, new projects and new faces that comes with winter.

We have plenty to share with you this week – you may need to settle in with a hot coffee, pot of tea or perhaps a glass of wine…..

Noro Magazine


The much awaited first edition Noro Knitting Magazine has arrived!!

The response to our newsletter earlier this month and pre-orders was overwhelming but we anticipated this and made sure we ordered plenty.

Noro Knitting is packed with patterns showcasing the finest qualities of Noro’s unique yarns.

From accessories such as hats, cowls, socks, bags and blankets through to stylish garments that include sweaters, jackets, vests and skirts.

There is something for everyone!



Knit Noro Accessories


Knit Noro Accessories is bursting with designs for small projects knit with the colourful and versatile yarns.

Quick to knit and using only a few skeins of yarn, these 30 fun projects are perfect to give as gifts.

But no one will blame you if you decide to keep them all for yourself!

Working with yarns that show off slow colour changes is a beautiful and mesmerising experience.

These vivid combinations of colour create amazing results and are perfect for smaller projects when you need instant gratification.

From the editors of Vogue Knitting, this stunning collection of patterns focus on small, portable accessories that are specifically designed to show off long, slow transitions of colour.

Knit Noro Accessories if filled with projects that you can easily complete over a weekend and include leg warmers, cabled mittens, a lace flap hat and even and iPad cover!



Our Noro collection is always super popular but with the two new Noro publications hitting the shop floor this week we though we had better stock up!

Yet more colour has been added to our Noro ‘wall’.

Silk Garden Sock

Entrelac Shawl with Tassels by Eva Martinsson (knit)

Eva’s Shawl by Milobo (crochet)

Inspira Cowl by celerystalk (knit)

Silk Garden Lite

Spoke Motif Shawl by Svetlana Avrakh (crochet)

Marrow Joe by Woolly Wormhead (knit)

Clapotis by Kate Gilbert (knit)

Silk Garden

Oh! Baby Baby Booties by Judy Nemish (knit)

Tea Wrap / Sea Shell Wrap by Lion Brand (crochet)

Wingspan by maylin Tri’Coterie Designs (knit)


Shill Shell Shawl by Josi Hannon Madera (crochet)

Candy by Jackie Wong (knit)

Bobby’s Garden by Megan Rogers (knit)


Totally Biased! By Susan Ashcroft (knit)

Shifting Sands Scarf by Grumperina (knit)

Flower Power Pillow by Linda Permann (crochet)


Knit Pro

With our classes overflowing and new projects being cast on left, right & centre we have had to top up our Knit Pro needle and accessory range yet again this week!



Our back order of Addi needles has just arrived.

This included the sold out Long Lace Click sets and the Click Pouches.


We have also added a the SOS Cables to our range to compliment Click sets already purchased.

These are ideal for avid lace knitters!

Ella Rae

We have a new shipment of stunning new colours of Ella Rae Lace!

This is a delightfully soft light fingering / 3ply 100% Merino yarn an is ideal for shawls, scarves & socks!


Bakersfield by Corrina Ferguson (knit)

Nina’s Beaded Scarf by Lana Holden (crochet)

Montego Bay Scarf by Amy R Singer (knit)



Blocking Kits

It is always exciting to add a new product to our store and our newBlocking Wire Kits are certainly no exception!

These wires stand apart from anything else on the market today.

Made from a super-elastic wire with seemingly magical flexibility, these blocking wires will not rust, tarnish, corrode, or easily kink.

They will not stain your knitting, and will last for many, many, many years!

You can arch and curve these wires as you need and they will always return to straight.

This special property allows these wires to be used over and over again without weakening from repeated bending and straightening.

Available in three great styles!


Ultra Fine Blocking Wires

Ultra Fine Blocking Wires are designed especially for lace weight and light fingering weight lace work.

These are perfect for delicate lace pieces and are so flexible they can even handle a scalloped edge without damaging the wire!

Set contains:

six 36″ wires with tip protectors
six 24″ wires with tip protectors
six 12″ wires with tip protectors
thirty nickel plated T pins

Super Long Ultra Fine Blocking Wires

Super Long Ultra Fine Blocking Wires are designed especially for large pieces, such as circular shawls, scarves, blankets or anything with a really long edge.

Set contains:

six 67″ wires with tip protectors
thirty nickel plated T pins

Deluxe Set Ultra Fine Blocking Wires

The best of both worlds!

If you can’t decide between the previous two Blocking Wire Kits the Deluxe Set is the way to go.

Set contains:

six 67″ wires with tip protectors
six 36″ wires with tip protectors
six 24″ wires with tip protectors
six 12″ wires with tip protectors
sixty nickel plated T pins

With these wires you’ll be blocking your hand knitted (and crocheted!) items more easily and faster than with traditional methods.

Using just a couple of wires and some T-pins, your work will look amazingly professional after blocking.


Debbie Bliss

More of our delicious Debbie Bliss stock has arrived.


Baby Cashmerino

Ella Funt by Pamela Wynne (knit)

Baby Mary Jane “Skimmers” by Hook Candy (crochet)

Wrap Cardigan by Alison Brookbanks (knit)

Cashmerino Aran

One Skein Scarf by Denise Cozzitorto (crochet)

Little Lace Vest by SweaterBabe (knit)

Eternity Scarf by Michele Wang (knit)


Jo Sharp

Our June shipment of Jo Sharp yarns hit the store yesterday.

We have expanded our Silkroad Tweed range with several new colours in both the DK and Aran weight.


Silkroad Tweed DK

Raindance by Heidi Kirrmaier (knit)

Golden Autumn by Lucy S (knit)

Pickadilly by Pamela Wynne (knit)


Silkroad Tweed Aran

Tweed Baby Blanket by Jared Flood (knit)

Little Button Loafers by Hook Candy (crochet)

Minimalist Cardigan by Ruthie Nussbaum (knit)



Our Cascade yarns continue to be an all time favourite!

We have had another delivery hit the floor this afternoon and are madly processing it in time for the weekend.

There are some back orders across the lines but we hope to hear very soon that they are ready to be shipped.

In exciting news, we have added another new Cascade line to our collection!!


Heritage Solids & Heritage Paints

Fingering / 4ply
437 yards / 400 meters per 100g skein
28 – 32 stitchers per 4 inches
US 1-3 or 2.25 – 3.25mm

75% Merino & 25% Nylon

With the touch of nylon this yarn is made for socks but is certainly not restricted to your feet! Combine in a Solid with the Paints for some stripe action or enjoy the colours on their own.

Hitchhiker by Martina Behm

Hedera by Cookie A

Daybreak by Stephen West

Paraphernalia by Tania Anttila

We Call Them Pirates by Adrian Bizilia

Earl Grey by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

Foreign Correspondents Scarf by Lexy Lu

Trillian by Martina Behm



We have had such an overwhelming response to our classes that we have had to add extra sessions to the schedule to cope with numbers.

Tomorrow we start the first of our back to back Learn To Knit courses.

We are now holding three classes on Saturdays and at times up to eight classes a week!!

It is such a buzz introducing new students into the world of knitting and crochet.

If you have missed out on our June classes we have a few places left in the next round starting in early July but they are filling fast.

You can find our full class calendar for June, July and August on our

If you are looking for something a little more challenging we have our Pop Blanket classes starting soon!

Bookings are essential for all classes, please contact us in store or tangled@tangledyarns.com.au to book your place.


On the needles at Tangled Yarns

Anita has been churning out the finished projects this week!

First off her needles and just in time for the chilly weather is Aidez by Cirilia Rose in our Cascade Eco Wool in Latte (#8063).

To avoid all of that seaming she has used a Tubular cast on and knitted the body in one piece. Anita has also incorporated several other clever techniques that have made the garment completely seam free.


You may recall that Anita and I were having a little informal Knit A Long with My Honey by Elena Nodel.

Our yarn choice was our Cascade 220 Worsted in a lovely Peony Pink (#2449).

After a cleaner look Anita chose to knit the sleeves straight, decreasing for just before the ribbing and then finished off with a beautiful tubular cast off.


My mum has been busy this week finishing off some tiny newborn knits for my cousins little boy.

First up was a pair of Easy Baby Booties by Michelle of Ooo Baby Knits in our Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran.


Next was an adorable little striped baby hat also in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran. The pattern is Magic Coffee Baby Hat by Tracey Kay.


To complete the baby set I finished off my Beyond Puerperium by Kelly Brooker in our Cascade 220 Superwash Sport.


Kelly has designed a wonderful pattern that will now be my ‘go to’ newborn knit pattern. So many ways to personalise it, add stripes, tweed yarn, funky buttons.


While I was on a finishing streak I picked up my neglected My Honey by Elena Nodel and finished it off.

I had put it down after finishing the lovely lace panel in the yoke and was side tracked by so many other projects….as I usually do!

Once I was working on it again I utterly loved knitting it, a very clever design. I have used the same yarn and colour as Anita, our Cascade 220 Worsted.

I like Anita, decided to not do the puffy sleeves as the ultra sweet, candy pink is already super girly.



With the new delivery of Jo Sharp Silkroad Tweed I have been able to start a project for my mum. She fell in love with Vodka Lemonade by Thea Colman some time back and we were just waiting for the perfect yarn to match.

I am making a few mods, adding a couple of extra stitches to the moss stitch edge to accommodate buttons and I will use slanted increases instead of the yarn over increases for a more streamlined raglan.


Inspiring your passion!


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