Another busy week with more goodies flowing through the doors!

Queensland school holidays are coming to an end and that means I will loose my little helpers….my eldest was such a great help this week and managed to bar-code over 200 balls of Biggan DK Merino for me.


Our classes continue to be hugely popular and in many cases fully booked weeks and weeks in advance. We are busy working on our next Class Calendar release and hope to continue to offer you more exciting class options.


The Simple Things


The latest issue of the delicious The Simple Things has hit the shop floor – Issue 08.


Issue 08 is a feast for the eyes with food, interiors, gardening, travel and well being including how to mix market finds with family treasures, how to grow your own tomatoes, expert planting advice for herbs and plenty of delicious recopies to share with friends.

From The Simple Things….

Friending and following are fun, but no substitute for flesh-and-blood intimates. No stately pile will ever be as quirky as simpatico as your own gaff. Hyped new restaurants can’t compete with home-cooked platters drizzled with love. And a spontaneous outing in the fresh air can yield as many lifelong memories as a long-haul holiday.

This April, make sure that you look ahead, look on the bright side, but most of all look in the right place!



There has been an increasing demand for superwash yarn for ease of care and versatility.

In previous years we have carried a massive range of colours in our Cascade 220 Worsted, this year in keeping with the demand we are launching the Autumn / Winter season with a core range of both Cascade 220 Worsted and Cascade 220 Superwash Worsted!


Cascade 220 Worsted

Worsted / 10ply

220 yards / 201 meters per 100g skein

18 – 20 sts per 4 inches

4.5mm – 5.0mm needles

Lattice Hat by Sarah Arnold {crochet}

French Press Felted Slippers by Melynda Bernardi {knit}

Octopus by Hansi Singh {knit}

Lucy Bag by Katie Nagorney & Ann Swanson {knit}

Duffers by Mindie Tallack {knit}

Felted Bucket Hat by Bonne Marie Burns {knit}

Wicked by Rachel Bishop {knit}

$5 in Paris by Anna Peck Maliszewski {knit}


Superwash Worsted

Worsted / 10ply

220 yards / 201 meters per 100g ball

20 – 22 sts per 4 inches

4.0mm – 4.5mm needles

Fetching by Cheryl Niamath {knit}

Koolhaas by Jared Flood {knit}

Granny Stripes by Lucy of Attic24 {crochet}

February Lady Sweater by Pamela Wynne {knit}

Thuja by Bobby Ziegler {knit}

Beths Little Star Afghan by Beth Parsons {crochet}

Little Coffee Bean Cardigan by Elizabeth Smith {knit}

Unicorn Lovey by Briana Olsen {crochet}

Knit Pro Knitting Dolly

With the school holidays and my little ones spending extra time with me at the shop I couldn’t resist these adorable little Knit Pro Knitting Dollies!


Debbie Bliss Knitting Magazine


The newest issue of our Debbie Bliss Knitting Magazine arrived earlier this week – Spring Summer 2013.


Full to the brim with 33 fresh new knits.

In the fashion pages you will find simple, stylish knits. Designers have long taken their inspiration from the world of books and film, so it is not surprising that news of a remake of The Great Gatsby made us think of 1920’s style: flirty pleats and long, lean silhouettes.




Debbie Bliss Books

ur lighter weight Debbie Bliss yarns are proving to be super popular and to compliment them we have added a selection of Debbie Bliss Books!


Rialto Lace

Treat yourself to a feminine, lacy knit in Rialto Lace. A beautiful extra fine merino which gives drape while still lending clarity to the most delicate of stitch patterns.

As knitters continue to have a passion for the gossamer like knits that the lace yarns create, Rialto Lace is the perfect combination of the finer weight we want with the fibre we love.


A Fine Romance

It is an age old story, girl meets gossamer, cloud-soft fibres such as the super kid mohair and silk in the Debbie Bliss Angel yarn, and falls in love with knitting!




Soft and light as a feather, Angel is a sublime blend of Super Kid Mohair and Silk that creates a gossamer fibre just right for delicate romantic designs.

Wispy shrugs, a lacy singlet, a wrap cardigan the collection has perfect cover ups for every day wear or special occasions all year round.


Biggan Design

An all time favourite at Tangled Yarns, Biggan Design in both the DK / 8ply & fingering / 4ply has been replenished again this week.


DK / 8ply

Hexagon How-To by Lucy of Attic24 {crochet}

Little Sister by Linda Permann {crochet}

Baby Cables and Big Ones Too by Suvi Simola {knit}

Granny Mandala by Alice Best {crochet}

Caprione by Deanne Ramsay {crochet}

Rikke Hat by Sarah Young {knit}

Fingering / 4ply

Kira by Lydia Tresselt {crochet}

Endpaper Mitts by Eunny Jang {knit}

Selbu Modern by Kate Gagnon Osborn {knit}

Himbeerwellen by Tanja Osswald {crochet}

Little Fair Isle Hat by Purl Soho {knit}

Venetian Carnival by Michelle B {crochet}

Noro Magazine


Back in stock is the colourful Noro Knitting Magazine, full of 35+ knockout knits popping with playful patterns and kicking colours.


Whats on the Needles at Tangled Yarns

Kim has finished another spectacular blanket this week, just in time for her granddaughters 10th birthday.

She has used our Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece to create wide bands of colour in Lucy of Attic24’s Neat Ripple Pattern. {crochet}




With the cooler weather Anita couldn’t go past our Berroco Ultra Alpaca and the super sweet Peabody by Leila Raabe {knit}.


Inspiring your passion


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