25.07.14


We are fast approaching the end of July, with the traditional wild winter winds of August yet to arrive!

My needles and hooks are busy trying to squeeze out some last-minute woollies to combat the remaining weeks of winter but I must admit my mind is already starting to think about Spring.

As always at Tangled Yarns, we plan our season changes with great excitement, gradually slowing the heavier weight yarn deliveries during August and beginning to launch lighter weight Spring lines over September.

If you still have some wnter projects in your queue, now is the time to stock up on those yarns before they run out the door!

Milla Mia

Our favourite sport weight / 5ply yarn, Milla Mia, is back with an expolosion of colour!

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Naturally Soft Merino

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Kudzu Shawl by Rachel Henry {knit}

Boho Stars by Sandra Paul {crochet}

Kina by Muriela {knit}

Crochet Ajour Shawl by A la Sascha {crochet}

Wee Envelope by Ysolda Teague {knit}

CrochetFlowerNecklace #2 by ChabeGS {crochet}

Forza Scarf by Laura Nelkin {knit}

Clover

 With three Learn to Crochet courses starting this week, we have stocked up on our popular Clover hooks in all sizes.

Both our Clover Soft Touch & Clover Amour have been replenished.

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Biggan

Biggan’s bright palette is as popular as ever, with the shelves emptying almost more quickly than we can restock them!

Luckily we have received a new shipment this week, and our shelves are burgeoning with colour once more.

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DK Merino

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Everyday Boots by Mellony Bester {crochet}

Amaro by Thea Colman {knit}

Sunday Shawl by The Little Bee ~ Alia Bland {crochet}

Batman Peysa / Batman Sweater by Lilja Sigurðadóttir {knit}

Call The Midwife Inspired Baby Blanket by Little Monkeys Crochet {crochet}

Belle Isle by Heidi Atwood-Reeves {knit}

Bubblegum Shawl by ACCROchet {crochet}

Neato by JumperCablesKnitting {knit}

Ruby Hexagon Blanket by Nova Seal {crochet}

Pinkyotto Sweater by Boadicea Binnerts {knit}

Jo Sharp

Why does a nice tweedy yarn seem so much cosier?

This week we’ve had a top-up of Jo Sharp’s delicious Silkroad Tweed in both weights.

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Silkroad Aran Tweed

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Munin & Hugin by Blackbird McKinsey {knit}

Woodland Slouchy by Marken of The Hat & I {crochet}

Clear Lines Pullover by Ela Torrente {knit}

Mini Rings of Change by Frank O’Randle {crochet}

Adams Multi Way Wrap by Alicia Plummer {knit}

Eloise Cowl Capelet by Diane Serviss {crochet}

157-37Autumn Stroll by DROPS Design {knit}

Ally Scarf by Sincerely Pam {crochet}

Calluna by Annis Cordy {knit}

Silkroad DK Tweed

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Sprig Cloche by Alana Dakos {knit}

Carmine Cropped Cardi by Robyn Chachula {crochet}

Ashore by Laura Aylor {knit}

Glaucus Shawl by Benjamin Krudwig {crochet}

Umberto by Sarah Ronchetti {knit}

Ziggety Scarf by Laurinda Reddig {crochet}

Muriwai by Paula Henley {knit}


Classes


This week saw the commencement of a new round of Learn To courses, including our new Wednesday daytime course.

If you missed out this time, don’t forget we have another round of courses beginning next month. So far there are still plenty of spots, but they are filling fast!

For those looking for a little more of a challenge, we have lots of exciting workshops planned over the winter months!


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Blooming flower workshop

Sunday 17th August
11am – 2pm
$45 per person plus supplies
Intermediate level

The Blooming Flower workshop provides an introduction to three-dimensional crochet by working this delightful multi-layered flower cushion.

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Entrelac workshop

Saturday 16th August
12noon – 3pm
$45 per person plus supplies
Intermediate level

This workshop provides an introduction to the technique of entrelac, which enables knitters to create interconnected squares. Combined with the long colour changes of our Noro yarns, you can create a masterpiece of texture and colour.

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September Stole workshop

Saturday 30th August
12noon – 3pm
$45 per person plus supplies
Intermediate/advanced level

Take on the challenge of knitting this beautiful laceweight stole!

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You can find our full class calendar on our website.

Bookings and deposits are essential for all of our classes.

Please book in with via phone with the store on 07 3666 0276 or email us tangled@tangledyarns.com.au

On the Needles at Tangled Yarns

There’s a lucky baby out there! Simone has used the softest Berroco Ultra Alpaca for a classic version of In Threes: A Baby Cardigan, finished with the sweetest butterfly buttons.

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She also knitted this lacy Welcome Baby Blanket in a lovely neutral shade of Cascade Ultra Pima.

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Maureen has knitted up the perfect antidote to cold hands – Part Deux Mitts in scrummy soft MillaMia.

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Quite a few of us were taken with Veera Välimäki’s Simple Sprinkle, but Maureen has finished hers before some of us have even cast on!! She used five shades of our Acadia to create her multidirectional stripey cowl.

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Inspiring your passion

Kelly


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2 comments

  1. Dear Kelly,
    My name is Wayne and i have the pleasure of being your Dad’s friend. It is now with great pleasure i call him ‘one of my very close friends’, thanks to you and my new head apparel! I live in Melbourne and especially this year we are still enduring very cold weather. I seem to notice the colder weather up top due to a very smooth, bald head- so being a little fashion savy I truly love great head wear.
    Your wonderful beanie keeps my nude nut very cozy and warm and it is always commented on for how fantastic it looks!
    So Kelly from the top of my nude nut, thank you so very much!
    I Love it.

    Regards,

    Wayne

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