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Free Pattern: Two little Love-birds sittin' in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Posted by Reneé Ettia on

Free Pattern: Two little Love-birds sittin' in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Valentine's Day isn't just 'for the lover's, it's for 'everyone you love!' Melody Tallon has designed these adorable little Love Birds and the pattern has been posted for free on this blog! Make one for all those you love. Love Birds are the perfect Valentine's gift for whomever you choose and they are the perfect way to say 'I love you' <3

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A lil' something to get the creative juices flowering: beautiful bloomin' Papatya <3

Posted by Reneé Ettia on

A lil' something to get the creative juices flowering: beautiful bloomin' Papatya <3

I like my yarn like I like my 'Covergirl' make-up: easy, breezy and beautiful! And I think I found it, the Covergirl of yarn! The inclusive, all-rounder, perfectly colour-matched, Papatya. Warning: nothing but amazing Papatya goodness inside this blog post!

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One Ball Projects - Peek-A-Koo Infinity Scarf by Tegan Howes

Posted by Nicole Vesterholm on

One Ball Projects - Peek-A-Koo Infinity Scarf by Tegan Howes

As a prelude to our next #yarnishmakes pattern from our newest design team member, we bring you the Peek-A-Koo Infinity Scarf by Tegan Howes!

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One Ball Projects

Posted by Emma Wilkinson on

One Ball Projects

One of the most asked questions we get is 'What can I make with one ball?" - and that is often asked in relation to the 'What's in the Bag?' mystery bags. 

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One Ball Projects - Bricks & Lattice Infinity Scarf

Posted by Nicole Vesterholm on

One Ball Projects - Bricks & Lattice Infinity Scarf

There is a chill in the air which makes it the perfect time to create some colourful accessories! This long infinity scarf can be worn as a double or triple twist, and is an adaption of Elizabeth Ham's Bricks & Lattice Scarf. Basically, the pattern is worked until you run out of yarn and then the ends are joined. If you are a 'perfectionist' like me - you may want to work until you are in the last repeat of the colour you started with and then join. This will avoid having a noticeable join and makes the loop look...

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