Yarnologie 11 | Autumn 2021
The first whispers of Autumn have begun and for our first Issue of the year we're taking you to the countryside - this is an Issue you don't want to miss!
From Paddock to Stash: Making A Unique Aussie Yarn - (cover story)
You're invited to visit Wagtail Yarns for the day, one of the most unique Australian yarn brands. Here yarn is made from scratch all in one place using the fibre of the adorable Angora (mohair) goats. Gaylene & Kevin's story is an amazing and inspiring one, and you're sure to love it as much as we did!
In the Studio with Hanging Rock Roost
Immerse yourself into the beautiful photography and stylish designs of Vanessa Harper as we chat to her about her journey into knitwear design.
Baby's First Sweater: Drawing on A Millenia of Clothing Traditions: Erika returns in Issue 11 with another intriguing article woven with history - this time she's sharing the time-honoured beliefs entwined with making for baby, coupled with her own experience.
Autumn Knitting Rituals: Routines and rituals provide predictability and a regular rhythm to daily life and in this issue, Megan is sharing a list of autumn knitting rituals you might enjoy.
Growing Fleece at Fairfield Finns: Retirement to the country led Maureen Shepherd to become the owner of a delightful a rare breed sheep and grower of unique wool. A delightful story featuring these beautiful little sheep and their cosy wool.
And learn how to weave your ends in as you knit, browse our Australian marketplace and get inspired with our seasonal Project Library full of beautiful projects to knit & crochet.
Plus enjoy a bonus Project Library with our special Easter section (including a delicious and easy chocolate treat!).
This is a digital magazine that you can download & read on your tablet, desktop or phone. Yarnologie Issue 11 Autumn 2021 - 68 pages; published 01.03.21.
You can also gift this issue to a friend.