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Australian owned and made, Yarnologie is the Journal for knitters, crocheters and yarn lovers. From fibre growers to mills, designers and makers - Yarnologie shares the stories of the people who grow, make and create with yarn and ties into our southern hemisphere seasons. Alongside our interviews and stories, we include articles that educate (such as our popular Know Your Yarn series) and tutorials for both knitting and crochet. 128 delicious pages filled with inspiring stories and informative articles, accompanied by beautiful photography.   Volume 3  Straight Off the Sheep's Back (Cover Story)From a generational family farm in the stunning New Zealand countryside of North Canterbury comes The Grumpy Merino. We chatted to Sarah Reed who has just begun her adventure into the...

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Lexington Woolies

Lexington Woolies Cormo is sourced from a sheep/alpaca farm in southern Tasmania - named Lexington. The owners are local farmers who prioritise providing a brand with ethically sourced wool and superior fibre quality. They do this by being a part of the whole farm to yard production process and ensuring responsible, sustainable practices in animal welfare and land management. Sheep fleece varies in quality depending on the climate, animal management and the genetics of the animal. The Tasmanian climate is unlike any other state in Australia, therefore with their superior breeding program and climate, the Lexington product is unique to the farm. We now have both the undyed and the Cormo Colourway available for sale.  The inspiration for the colourway comes from...

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Working with hand dyed yarns

Working with hand dyed yarns can be challenging, due to the nature of hand dyed yarns.  Every skein will be unique, even when dyed in the same dye lot.  You love them because each one is individual - they are a work of art.  Dyers will make every effort to remove any excess dye from the yarn, however a little may remain, particularly with dark and rich colours. You may want to wash your yarn before working with it.  To ensure that your project is completed and you obtain the best effect possible from your hand dyed yarn, we make the following recommendations.  1. Always purchase enough skeins to complete your project, this ensures your yarn comes from the same dye...

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    Issue 25 Fall/Winter 2022 This issue features twelve knitwear designs created with special attention to silhouette and pattern in subdued shades. Photographs were taken on location at the recently renovated Kyoto City KYOCERA Art Museum. Paired with the magnificent architecture of the museum, each design is truly a work of art. Participating designers:Alice Caetano, Bérangère Cailliau, Bristol Ivy, Hiromi Nagasawa, Karel Chan, Ksenia Naidyon, Miki Teragaki, Miyuki Watanabe, Paula Pereira, Ronja Hakalehto, Teti Lutsak, amirisu Feature: Special Interviews on Fashion & KnittingAmirisu interviewed designers and owners who have successfully combined their passion for hand-knitting, fashion and creativity to create successful businesses. In addition, it is a book full of handcraft information such as;- Lori's handmade project, how to make a...

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