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Keeping your knits safe over summer

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Keeping your knits safe over summer

You might have hand-knits, special sweaters or important tapestries which you would hate to see ruined by moths. Here are some important things you should know going into the summer season.

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Caitlin Shepherd's Melting Point Cardi

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Caitlin Shepherd's Melting Point Cardi

Caitlin Shepherd has released her stunning Melting Point Cardi which she designed in two of our Everlea Sport indigo colourways, Medium Indigo and Indigo Splash. Caitlin says, " Melting Point CardiĀ is a celebration of hand-dyed yarns. There is alchemy in yarn dying that truly transforms natural fibres and plants into something new and precious. Each hand-dyed colourway carries nuances and depths of tone that surprise me with every stitch from my needle. This sweater was an exploration of Everlea Yarn Organic Merino dyed in 2 shades of indigo. The shared tone between these colourways feels like a melting point within...

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Ambershore Shawl

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Ambershore Shawl

My Ambershore Shawl is off my needles! This was my first fingering weight shawl and I'm so glad I picked this pattern, by local designer Inese Sang, to dive into finer-weight knitting. Alternating between stockinette, colourwork and bobbles kept it interesting, and each colour gets a turn in each repeat, so to see the variation play out while knitting is very fun. I knit it in Everlea Yarn's Naturally Dyed Organic Merino Fingering in the colourways Water, Burnt Madder and Twilight. They are quite a stunning combo, if I do say so myself. I have these very yarns available in...

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Mark of the Hand Seaming Demo

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Mark of the Hand Seaming Demo

A demonstration of how to seam the spiral-shaped Mark of the Hand Shawl.

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