Colour your world with Gudrun Sjödén

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Gudrun Sjödén’s new bright and beautiful collection is designed to make a lasting impression on you and the planet One of Scandinavia’s most successful and distinctive designers, Gudrun Sjödén is known for creating clothes that are colourful, comfortable and extremely hard-wearing. As she travels the world, her ‘slow fashion’ is inspired by the places she… Continue reading

Win ‘Mindful Crochet’ book by Emma Leith

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We’re already firm believers that crocheting and relaxation go hand in hand, which is why we absolutely LOVE the new ‘Mindful Crochet’ book by Emma Leith (super-star designer and regular contributor to Simply Crochet Magazine). Emma’s new book features 35 crochet patterns which have been specially designed to include strong elements of repetition, requiring you to engage your attention and just focus… Continue reading

Woolfest 2019 set to hook new visitors

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Woolfest 2019 (Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June 2019) promises to be one of the best yet for crochet enthusiasts with Kathryn Parry of Gull Skull Designs in pride of place as this year’s Carolyn Rawlinson Memorial Stall Holder and several popular crochet designers and makers taking part. Woolfest will include over 155 craft stalls… Continue reading

Caron Baby Cakes – sponsored post

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The arrival of Prince Louis has the UK well and truly gripped with baby fever, and that means only one thing… baby crochet projects! Well, if you’re looking for a fabulous yarn that is perfect for all those pretty and petite projects, then you’ll love the super soft Caron Baby Cakes additions to the Caron Cakes range…. Continue reading

Gudrun Sjödén’s summer collection – sponsored post

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Gudrun Sjödén’s have just released their new summer collection – a treasure trove of folkloric details, sustainable fibres and colours inspired by nature. This week there’s a special offer where you can get a 10% off discount on your entire purchase, for EVERYTHING online at www.gudrunsjoden.com as well as in the London shop. Offer valid until 7 May. Gurdrun… Continue reading

Patons New Website (sponsored post)

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The yarn brand Patons have been bringing you quality yarn since the 1770s! They have just launched a new website where you can order from them directly and have your favourite yarns delivered straight to your door (anywhere in the UK). Knitpatons.com not only stocks the full Patons range of yarn, but also hosts a ton of knitting… Continue reading

140 years of Lion Brand Yarn (sponsored post)

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Time sure does fly when you’re busy producing fantastic yarn! Founded in New York City, Lion Brand Yarn Company is a fifth generation, family-owned and operated business, dedicated to inspiring and educating knitters and crocheters, with yarns, patterns, how-tos and ideas that elevate their crafting experience. They’ve stood the test of time and seen everything from… Continue reading

Don’t miss the Gudrun Sjödén Sale – Sponsored Post

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Gudrun’s chock-a-block winter sale is now on, with a colourful mix of materials, colour palettes and favourites from the whole year! Take your pick of the softest mohair wool, fabulous eco-cotton and festive silk to glam up your wardrobe. Stop by their vibrant web store for bargains by the armful! They also regularly update their deal of the… Continue reading

Meet Yarn and Colors – sponsored post

It’s always interesting when a new player enters the yarn market, but although you may have seen their super-cute mini balls and stylish labels, you may not know the interesting origins behind the Yarn and Colors brand. We catch up with their owner Koen to get the story. “Yarn and Colors was founded to colour the… Continue reading

KPC Yarn – merino and organic cotton – sponsored post

KPC Yarn is part of a Hong Kong-based family-owned company that has been supplying yarn to the garment industry for over 70 years. In 2012, KPC decided to bring the same extraordinary quality of yarn that fashion companies such as Brooks Brothers and Acne Studio have access to, to crafters everywhere. The first collection of… Continue reading