Yet more exciting deliveries have landed on our door step this week!
We have been kept busy with our regulars popping in, loads of new faces discovering all the colour on our shelves plus wrapping & packing of all of our online orders each day.
The change of season is always an exciting time in store as we transition from our lovely Summer yarns into warmer Autumn ones.
This weeks newsletter is full to the brim…grab a hot cup of tea or coffee & settle in!
|The Simple Things
Here are just a few of the highlights:
Make every breakfast a feast by whizzing up your own nut butter.
Chilli love! Growing your own is easy, tasty and super colourful.
Heaps of “Things to Plan and Do” await!
Enter the aroma-filled kitchen of Leon co-conspirator Kay Plunkett-Hogge.
How books can make a home – decoration ideas for your much-loved tomes.
Explore the welcoming heart of vibrant Melbourne in the company of a local.
Kaffee und Kuchen – a delicious German tradition.
Creating a relaxed mix-and-match home with interiors guru Debi Treloar.
We have just received a delivery from the fantastic Envirosax group.
New 2013 ranges feature fresh innovative designs under the new Omnisax brand…..still the ultimate designer reusable bag!
|Interweave Knits Spring 2013|
You’ll find something for every knitter– from exquisite lace to playful colourwork. PLUS, we’ll reveal the secrets of Estonian lace, chat with designer Carol Feller, and take a peek at yarn bombing and the new chainette yarns.
The eighteen projects in Knits Spring 2013 are sure to make you smile. From pretty pieces with modern lace insets (“Lace in Place”), to simple, breezy layering pieces (“In Relief”), to lighthearted patterning (“What Happened on Clayton Street”), and floating, feminine lace (“Float, Flutter, Drift”), you’re sure to find a new project to love.
Cast on and make something new!
Biggan from Biggan Design popped in this week to deliver an order of her beautiful yarns and shared with me a new design.
This is Genevieve a rainbow pinafore dress & cardigan.
This adorable little set is knitted from Biggan Design 4ply / Fingering weight yarn and comes in several sizes ranging from 3mths to 24mths.
We have patterns and Biggan Design 4ply / Fingering weight yarn available in store!
Over the past few Autumns many of our Tangled Yarns Team have made the lovely Rayures in our Cotton Fine and it has certainly proved popular with our customers too!
The hard part is choosing the colours….
Rayures by Amy Miller (knit)
Banjo Bag by Sharon Ballsmith (crochet)
Manteo Cardigan by Lisa Hoffman (knit)
Songbird Shawlette by May Cheang (crochet)
Bottoms Up by Alice Bell (knit)
Fionas Top by Sanne Bjerregaard (knit)
Our Cotton Fleece is a staple in store, for everything from blankets, cushions through to garments and accessories.
Tappan Zee Cardigan by Amy King (knit)
Crochet Sarafan Dress by Mon Petit Violon (crochet)
Autumn Leaves by Nikki Van De Car (knit)
Blooming Flower Cushion by Lucy of Attic24 (crochet)
Following hot on the heels of our recent Malabrigo delivery, another few huge boxes arrived this week.
It has been a while since we carried Silky Merino but with Autumn approaching I couldn’t resist, especially with these colours!!
Calm Cowl by Suzana Davidovic (crochet)
Circumnavigate by Heidi Kirrmaier (knit)
Vine Bolero by Emily Johnson (knit)
Cardiff Cowl by Lion Brand (crochet)
Spiral Cowl by Keri McKiernan (knit)
Slouched Tuva Hat by Turvid (knit)
Klamath Shawl by Sarah Kukecheck (crochet)
Theory Shawlette by Jennifer Lang (knit)
Gyre by Elizabeth Elliot (knit)
If you are looking to kick start your winter wardrobe then Rasta is the way to go!
Paper Lanterns Cowl by Sara Gresbach (knit)
Rainbow Twist by Thao Nguyen (knit)
Chunky Double Crochet Cowl by Stephanie Jessica Lau (crochet)
Herringbone Neckwarmer by Breean Elyse Miller (knit)
Braided by Susal B. Anderson (knit)
Ovate by Tori Gurbisz (knit)
Cordate by Tori Gurbisz (knit)
|Whats on the Needles at Tangled Yarns
The lovely Maureen popped in with a couple of projects to share this week.
First up is Drifting by Cecily Glowik MacDonald.
I have a special soft spot for this project as Maureen has used some of my hand-dyed yarn. The shop has been so busy of the past couple of years that I haven’t had a moment to get the dyepots out but this certainly has my fingers itching to play with the colours!
While the diverse techniques on display are based in tradition, the directions contemporary artists take them in are anything but old fashioned.
Spinning, weaving, dyeing, felting, knitting, crochet, braiding, basketry, papermaking and bookmaking – they are all represented and you’ve never seen anything like them before.
In addition to the exhibition there will be a gallery shop and demonstrations catering to all ages with activities for the younger visitors.
An opening event will be held at 6:30pm Friday 1 March 2013.
Further details can be found at: qldspinners.org.au or by contacting email@example.com
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