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Awakening from our winter hibernation to crocheted BotaniCAL art!

Posted by Reneé Ettia on

Awakening from our winter hibernation to crocheted BotaniCAL art!

Can you feel it??? There is warmth in the air! Ecological reckoning has certainly occurred at Yarnish HQ. With the arrival of the gorgeous 'Down the Garden Path', I am so pleased to announce, Spring has sprung! Meet Melody Tallon, the beautiful designer behind The Yarnish botaniCAL. 

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Choosing a Path with Tegan

Posted by Emma Wilkinson on

Choosing a Path with Tegan

Today we welcome our latest designer to join the Yarnish Design Team. Tegan Howes, who is known online as 'Howes the Crochet'  You can find here on instagram via this link.  Keen eyes will notice that Tegan was the designer of the Peek-A-Koo scarf, and we now welcome the 'Choose Your Path' sister shawls to the Yarnish family. There are two versions of the Shawl - the Puff and the Popcorn! Click this link to find both PDFs to instantly download Choose Your Path uses one 300g Lola, like the Allium pictured in both samples, or can be made with a...

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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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Tendril Beanie - our first knit kit!

Posted by Emma Wilkinson on

Tendril Beanie - our first knit kit!

The Tendril Beanie, inspired by the way wisteria plants wrap around anything that it can reach, has a raised textural feature that has the illusion of a plant wandering up the sides of your beanie.

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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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