Yet more colourful, squishy deliveries have arrived this week!

The winter weather has been rather chilly prompting many to pick up the needles and hooks.

We have been helping customers match pattern and yarns for everything from socks & sweaters to hats and blanket.

My projects seem to be multiplying by the day!


Just in time for the true winter chill…the first of our Malabrigo shipments for the season has arrived!!

In this first part of our order we have Sock, Worsted and Rasta.

A second shipment with more sock and other weights is on its way.



Light Fingering
440 yards / 402 meters per 100grams

32 stitches on 2.25 – 3.25mm needles

Sock Yarn Sweater – Childs Version by Hannah Fettig (knit)

Piquant by Lily Go (crochet)

Folded by Veera Valimaki (knit)

Juliana Wrap by Rachel Lintern (crochet)

Pterotactyl by Marc Smollin (knit)



210 yards / 192 meters per 100 grams
18 stitches on 4.5 – 5.0mm needles

Ripley by Ysolda Teague (knit)

Cherub Cheeks Beanie by Amanda Tipton (crochet)

Colonnade Shawl by Stephen West (knit)

In Threes: A baby cardigan by Kelly Herdrich (knit)

Radicowl by Tracy St. John (crochet)



Super Bulky
90 yards / 82 meters per 150grams
8 – 10 stitches on 9 -10mm needles

Perpetually Persistent Cowl by Liz Abinante (knit)

Crowl by Billie Anne Grigg (crochet)

Bitty Bump by Gina Bonomo (knit)

On The Double by Rose Anne (crochet)

Luxe Cowl by Margaux Hufnagel (knit)


More Noro, more colour has hit the store!

We have more new stock and even some new colours of Silk Garden Lite, Kureyon, Silk Garden and Taiyo plus we have added yet another new line to our wonderful Noro collection…..

Noro Taiyo Sock!


Taiyo Sock

Leftie by Martina Behm (knit)

Shogun by Kieran Foley (knit)

Shawlini by Kathy Kelly (crochet)

Windward by Heidi Kirrmaier (knit)

Noro Windowpane Scarf by Adrienne Lash (crochet)

Volna by Grumperina (knit)

Noro Magazine

After selling out of our first shipment in record time we now have new stock of the fabulous Issue 1 Noro Magazine.

Interweave Crochet



Looking for crochet patterns that eco current trends but also have long term wearability?

The latest issue of Interweave Crochet is packed with lacy cover-ups, retro stripes, crochet tops and dresses.

Explore the Turkish edgings called oya and adorn your own garments and home décor with a variety of crocheted edgings.

With twenty-two projects your hook is sure to be twitching!

Make room in your closet for 25 essential pieces from knit.wear.

Modern, sophisticated knitting is what knit.wear is all about. 25 fresh projects make the most of subtle details – from simple stitches with big impact to twisted fabrics, to diaphanous openwork, to richly gathered texture and dramatic one-piece knits.

The Spring 2012 issue of this special publications is packed with simple, flattering knits that you will want to wear right now.

Plus Erica Patberg takes an in-depth look at short-rows.

Clean, shapely knits with clever details: cast on, knit.wear!


Due to demand and full classes we have just added a new Learn to Knit Class to our August calendar!

Learn to Knit

This is a beginners class where we introduce you to all the basics of knitting – how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, cast off and how to read a simple pattern.

$75.00 per person (3 week course) plus supplies

Requirements – Please note that this is an beginners course. No prior experience is necessary.

Supplies – approx 100g of DK / 8ply or Worsted / 10ply cotton yarn (smooth, no novelty as you need to see your stitches), 4.00mm or 4.5mm needles (depending on your selected yarn and your gauge) and a wool darning needle.

You can find our full class calendar on our website or click here.

Bookings and deposits are essential for all of our classes.

Please phone the store on 07 3666 0276 or email us tangled@tangledyarns.com.au if you have any further questions on our classes or to book in!

BrisStyle Markets

Brisbane’s hottest destination for everything Handmade this winter!

Bring out your cosy winter woollies as the BrisStyle indie Designer Markets return to the heart of Hamilton for yet another beautifully eclectic handmade event to warm the heart and soul.

Featuring local artists, crafters and designers from Queensland’s South East who specialise in producing quality handmade goods including handbags, sweet art, jewellery, children’s wear and vintage re-creations.

Think quantity, gorgeous, soulful and original creations that give lovers of locally handmade wares the chance to support their local community.

Set in the sweet retro hall and gorgeous leafy groups of St Augustine’s Church on Racecourse Road, Hamilton on Saturday July 14th, this boutique event promises to provide the perfect environment to showcase these talented designers.

This winter BrisStyle indie Designers Market give you the chance to see first-hand why these markets are renowned for being the hottest destination for handmade for being the hottest destination for handmade this winter.

The Brisbane indie Designers Market

Saturday July 14 2012

9am – 2pm


Inspiring your passion!

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