Saturday, 31 May 2014

Shop Update

The shop was updated today, with three new colourways and a returning one that sold out within minutes the first time I listed it! 

Unfortunately the light was not as bright and beautiful as during my last update so the pictures really don't do the yarn justice. I'm hoping for a glorious sunny day tomorrow so I can take some fresh pictures and use them instead, but it seemed more important to keep my promise to update.

So, without further ado, here are the yarns!

Team Rainbow is just what it sounds like! A rainbow of colours with some white mixed in. This is inspired by the Adult Swim game Robot Unicorn Attack II, and represents my team alliance. Team Rainbow forever, Team Inferno NEVER! 

Stormborn was inspired by Dany from Game of Thrones. I originally dyed two skeins for a GoT themed knitalong I was joining, but the pattern was a bit of a no-no for me (see my last post!), so I have kept one skein and have added the other to my shop. It's a lovely subtle blend of blue, turquoise and gold. 

Celestial Resonator is a lovely soft, blended mix of purples and blues and is also inspired by Robot Unicorn Attack II. I'm trying very hard to keep this yarn from slipping into my personal stash! 

Twilight is a mixture of pinks and purples and is inspired by a 1980's My Little Pony toy. I was a bit of a collector back in the day (and who am I!). This is part of a set, which includes a beautiful project bag, made by the wonderful and talented Karen.

So, that's the update. I also have some very exciting news to share, but that deserves a post of its very own. 


  1. Lovely post, beautiful yarns, but too much Team Inferno bashing for my liking. I am Inferno and proud!

  2. These skeins are so beautiful, they make me wish I could knit! Especially the Team Rainbow yarns, what a gorgeous combination of colours.

    1. Thank you so much! You could always bribe a friend to knit you some socks, or a shawl ;) x

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