Monday, December 1, 2008

Witching hour - what to make from Art Yarn

A good friend of ours has knit an incredibly gorgeous witches' hat from different kinds of art yarn:

The yarn she used was partly spun by myself (the red/black/white one and the olive-green parts intermingled with the rest of green yarn) and partly by Teetante from Authentic Fiction.
She has spun the yarn with all the lovely felted flowers in it.
I think we've all done a wonderful job ;-)

The pattern our friend used can be viewed here, but it is in German and I think our friend said she altered it a bit.

We really love to see what people make from our yarn. So if you have purchased any Weird&Twisted yarns and like to show us and the rest of the world what you have made from them, please feel free to contact us and send us some pictures! We'd really be delighted! If you don't want the world to see them, but don't mind us taking a peek, we'd of course be happy, too! :-)


  1. Ich hab ja TQs ArtYarn zu nem Schal verarbeitet. Wollt ihr das auch haben? Wäre kein Problem.

    Liebe Grüße,

  2. Aber gerne doch! Das würde ich dann allerdings meiner geschätzten Partnerin überlassen, war ja ihr Garn ;-)

  3. Ich schreib ihr mal ne Mail...

  4. hello! i just found your shop in Etsy and I absolutely love love your yarns. I live in The Netherlands (South) and I've been looking around for a spinning workshop because seeing art such as the one that you make, is just inspiring.
    I'm also a fiber artist (wet felt), and all that is wool is always interesting to me.
    So congrats on your art!

  5. in wien sagt man: leiwand!
    in tirol: vollschön!
    die mütze ist genial!
    liebe grüsse aus imst:



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