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Abbeyhill is live!

Abbeyhill is live!

by Sarah Stanfield September 09, 2020

It's time to meet your new favourite sweater! Abbeyhill has textured cables and a swingy, slightly cropped shape that's perfect for layering over everything.
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Colourwork Club: Bellfield Hat

Colourwork Club: Bellfield Hat

by Laura Chau February 28, 2020

The second Colourwork Club pattern is out today! The Bellfield Hat makes a great second stranded colourwork project that will stretch your skills. It’s worked bottom-up with a cosy folded brim and enough slouchy length to pull down over your ears.
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A chat with Zoe from Junebug and Darlin

A chat with Zoe from Junebug and Darlin

by Nuala Fahey July 10, 2019

We recently started stocking cross stitch kits from Junebug and Darlin both because we love them and also because we recognise that in parts of the world that aren't Scotland, there are months when knitting is not that enjoyable and it is good to have other craft options.

Zoe was kind enough to record a brief overview of her crafting philosophy. We have shared that over on Ysolda's instagram, but we are putting the transcript here. 

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Suggested Patterns For Gilliatt – An Apology

Suggested Patterns For Gilliatt – An Apology

by Ysolda Ltd Collaborator May 14, 2019

Celebrating inclusively sized patterns (and those designers) for garments that would easily work with Gilliatt and any similar worsted weight yarn.
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Gilliatt Sweater Round-Up

Gilliatt Sweater Round-Up

by Ysolda Ltd Collaborator May 03, 2019

We are so pleased to introduce Gilliatt, the worsted weight version of Cyrano (Aran) and Ulysse (Sport). De Rerum Natura is a small yarn producer with a thoughtful approach to sourcing and raw materials. All the manufacturing stages are carried out in France, keeping processing and energy use to a minimum. The wool in each yarn line is a blend of French and European merino, produced in the most ecological way with concern for both the wellbeing of sheep and the environment.
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