Are you ready for the BEST news? We collaborated with TL Yarn Crafts (aka Toni Lipsey) and developed Happy Place - a beautiful and soft yarn that will transport you to your very own creative happy place. Are you ready to find your Happy Place? Read more about it here!
The thought of incorrectly washing a crocheted or knitted project after spending countless hours on it can be quite daunting. In this blog post, we will provide you with a comprehensive step by step guide on how to wash wool and how to care for your finished pieces for years to come.
Do you also think that wool and kid silk is the loveliest combination? Then the Friends range is perfect for you! Because in this new collection of yarns, the color numbers match across the different yarn types. Here is your guide to mixing and matching the Friends yarns.
Are you the type who washes all your crocheted and knit creations by hand, or do you not have the patience for that kind of thing? Superwash yarns have gone through a treatment that has made them machine washable. They’re super practical if you wear your creations often and need to wash them regularly! Learn more about superwash yarn in this blog post.
Yaaaaaaaay! A new range of yarns has finally landed in the webshop! The new collection is called Friends and offers yarns in lovely soft materials. And the best part? The yarns all share the same color codes, so you can mix and match colors to your heart's content.
Are you tired of winding your hanks into skeins by hand? Then it’s time to get acquainted with this dream-team set of tools: A yarn swift and a yarn winder. In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to use these two tools effectively and swiftly to wind the most beautiful skeins you’ve ever seen. And the best part? You can get started on your knitting or crocheting much faster 😍
Yarn hanks need to be wound into skeins before you can use them. But what do you do if you don’t have a yarn swift or a yarn winder? Well, you can actually use simple tools that you have lying around your house. I’m going to show you how to turn your hank into a skein with … a toilet paper roll!
A yarn's Lot Number tells you which dye batch it’s from. It’s essential to use yarn from the same dye batch if you want consistent coloring in your knit or crocheted project.
Blow yarn is such a unique type of yarn that just HAS to be experienced! Read more about blow yarn here and get your hands on Knitatude’s knit cardigan pattern made with the amazing blow yarn Divina.
The best part of a project is to get your knitting needles or crochet hooks going – and as soon as you’re done fiddling with your project and the last ends have been secured, you want to start a new project immediately. But blocking can really make a difference in your projects – read here why (and how) you should block your projects.
Have you considered Sultan or Sultan Deluxe for your next project? Read more about the yarns and their many advantages here so you'll know exactly which one to put in your basket.
Have you ever wanted to dye your own yarn? You can do so easily - with solar dyeing! All it takes is a few simple items, some sunshine, and a little bit of patience. Read more here and find out how to get started!
Have you spotted our Rainbow line and thought: "I wonder what those cryptic numbers in the name actually mean?". Click to get the answer and lots of useful knowledge about the yarns and what you can use them for.
Have you ever encountered a knitting pattern you really want to try with a different yarn? Click to see a method on how to calculate the amount of yarn you’ll need if you want to knit with a different yarn than originally described in the pattern.
How do you make sure that your knit and crochet keeps for as long as possible? I will look into this in this blog post so you can enjoy your knitting and crochet for many years to come.
Do you sometimes have a bit of trouble seeing which colors of our Rainbow 8/4 and Rainbow 8/4 Print go together? We made an ULTIMATE color guide!
Fur yarn comes in many shapes and colours, but what they have in common is that they can be tricky to work with. In this blogpost, you will find all the tips you need to be able to face the challenge.
Darn! In a brand new skein of yarn, you run into an ugly knot that you don’t quite know what to do with. In this blog post, I’m going to help you understand why these knots occur and what you can do about them.
You have found the pattern of the sweater of your dreams, however, the recommended yarn is not available, and the only information about the yarn is a yarn category you do not know. Fear not! This blog post will guide you to the perfect alternative.