I don’t want to panic you…but did you know we only have 15 weeks until the silly season?!
If you are planning on giving some hand made gifts this year now is the time to start.
Perfect timing, our shipment of the fantastic Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts arrived earlier today!
I have also been keeping an eye out on Ravelry for gift ideas….
Pot Holders by Bea Aarebrot (crochet)
Wee Elfies by Anne Algier (knit)
Tangled Happy Wand by Sara Freisberg (crochet)
Stripes Head Wrap by Elisa McLaughlin (knit)
Super Luxurious Magical Tiara by Cheryl Cambras (crochet)
Granny Square Cowl Flower Neckwarmer by Accessoriese by Accessorise (crochet)
Not-so-Tiny Slippers by Ysolda Teague (knit)
Tree in a bottle – Tiny Terrarium by A la Sascha (crochet)
Coloured Granny Cover for Pencils Pot by Nicole Masson (crochet)
Adorable Apple Cozy by Theresa Grant (crochet)
|Stitch Pixie Bags
As always the last delivery of our wonderful Stitch Pixie Project Bags sold out within days of hitting the shop.
Get in quick as they will sell like hot cakes!!
All of our Addi Interchangeable sets are back in stock – Bamboo, Lace, Long Lace, Original & our Starter Sets!
Plus we have replenished our fixed circular needle range – 30cm through to 100cm in length.
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.
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!
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.
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.
With these wires you’ll be blocking your hand knitted (and crocheted!) items more easily and faster than with traditional methods.
|Interweave Holiday Gifts
Knitted gifts galore!
Not just for the holidays, this special issue from the editors of Interweave Knits includes 43 knitted accessories for all your special occasions. From quick-to-knit cowls, knitted hats, scarves, and knitting projects for babies, to more advanced heirloom-quality knitted afghans and stockings, this issue will fulfill any knitter’s gift list.
Plus, this issue includes knitting techniques for double knitting, mosaic knitting, and even steeking.
Grab your copy of Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2012 today and knit your friends, family, and even yourself a knitted gift to cherish.
Learn the basics of filet crochet and try your hand at Kathryn White’s stunning dragon shawl. Maire Treanor concludes the Clones lace series with the history of the Clones knot and directions on joining motifs.
Twenty timeless crochet patterns escort you into the fall season.
|Interweave Spin Off
Interweave Spin Off Fall 2012
There are ideas for guild demonstration projects and for spinning fibre from sheep normally considered for their milk, not their fibre. There are stories about wheel makers as well as many things you can make with your hand-spun yarn–including the collection of shawls and scarves.
Learn To Knit
Saturday 1 – 3pm
Sunday 12 – 2pm
$75.00 per person
Learn to Knit Continental
$50.00 per person
Learn to Crochet
$70.00 per person
Bookings and deposits are essential for all of our classes.
Please phone the store on 07 3666 0276 or email us email@example.com you have any further questions on our classes or to book in!
|Whats On the Needles at Tangled Yarns
After a huge session with the icord bind off all the way around her Mitred Crosses Blanket by Kay Gardiner it is finished!!
Alice seems to be on a roll with her crocheted cushions.
These two are freshly finished and now take pride of place on her couch.
I even managed to slip my cushion cover into the sewing production line Alice has had going this week.
I crocheted the front using our Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece in colours 100 – Cotton Ball, 135 – Slate Charcoal, 767 – Hawiian Sky, 455 – Willow Leaf & 850 – Berry.