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Check out this gorgeous vest made with Zealana yarn

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One of our customers recently purchased some Zealana Heron yarn and just sent me pictures of her work. Isn't that gorgeous? I love the cables in this short bolero shrug and the clever use of short rows for the sleeves.  Zealana Heron is a DK/worsted weight yarn spun from 80% Merino and 20% brushtail possum. 

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On Special now: Cute knit and crochet kits in Cotton Soft DK

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Crochet this cute baby cardigan for under $15 in Rellana Cotton Soft DK!

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Thank you for sharing your work!

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Every now and again I get an email from one of my customers with a photo of the gorgeous work they have accomplished using our yarn. Thank you so much! It actually means a lot to me to see that our yarns are used to create beautiful things and bring so much enjoyment to our customers.

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Made by you: Cardigan with Rellana Diamant

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Faye sent us this beautiful photo of her latest work - a cardigan made with Rellana Diamant.  Faye said the cardigan is beautiful to wear and easy to care for - machine washable! Thank you so much for sharing, Faye! Pro Tip: Rellana Diamant yarn is a cotton yarn blended with viscose. Viscose is a natural material made from woody fibres such as bamboo, sugar cane or soy. Viscose yarns were 'invented' in the late 1800s as artificial silk. They look beautiful but depending on how they were manufactured, these yarns can be prone to splitting. Use sharp needles for Rellana Diamant as this...

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Crochet Baby Jacket - thanks for sharing!

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I was at the I Wool Knit stall at the annual Celebration of Wool fest at the Old Bus Depot Markets in Canberra last weekend when Toni from Canberra showed me this gorgeous baby jacket that she had crocheted from our ggh Volante yarn.  Isn't that just cute! I am sure the baby will appreciate that this is a very soft yarn. And Mum will love the fact that she can wash this gorgeous jacket in the washing machine. (Apparently, the jacket has even gone through the dryer unscathed, although I would probably not recommend doing that.) Thank you so much for sharing your...

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