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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 - Snug as a Blue Bugg

Posted by Emma Wilkinson on

One Ball Projects - Snug as a Blue Bugg

If you've been reading here for a while, you'll know we are big fans of 1 ball projects and Katt Wade has written a new scarf pattern that uses one ball of Papatya Batik.

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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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