It’s competition time here at Bluebell Yarns. You can win the yarn and matching stitch markers from the picture above. It’s two skeins of no-nylon sock yarn (50% Falkland Corriedale, 50% British Mohair) in Peach Melba (yellows and oranges) and Stargazer Lily (pinks with a hint of orange). There are loads of ways you can win, and each way gets you one entry: Twitter Like this tweet Retweet this tweet Reply to this tweet Instagram Like this post Reply to this… Read More »Competition Time!
This is just a quick update to say that on the 1st September I will be having a massive sale on all current yarns in my shop. This is to make space for some new yarns coming in October. I will also be opening a competition, which I’ll post more about on the day. In the middle of September, I will be opening orders for my popular yarn advent calendar. It will be a little different this year, in that there… Read More »Coming soon
Using the wonderful random.org I’ve drawn the January competition winner to design your own colourway. The winner is… Evie, who contacted me via email: “Picture this countryside scene. Big round bales of golden yellow straw in a field, green hedgerows line the field and a cloudy grey sky above it….. Maybe with a wee bit of blue peeking through here and there. I’ve yet to see a yarn reflecting this scene, and I think it would be beautiful.” Congratulations Evie!… Read More »January Competition Winner
A New Box From the Monday 16th January you’ll be able to order both the Valentines and the Anti-Valentines boxes. I wanted to create the Anti-Valentines box because I know some people just hate all the pink and fluffy stuff so I want them to be able to have something for themselves too. They will be available to pre-order in my shop, and are limited in number. They will be available until Thursday 9th February unless I sell out first. Valentines… Read More »Valentines box, and an Anti-Valentines box
New Yarn Today I’ve posted lots of new yarn to the shop. Take a look here. Most of the yarns are a blend of BFL and Masham, with a few skeins of Falkland Merino. They are of course lovingly hand dyed, and have not been superwash treated. A Monthly Competition Lots of people have ideas on how they would like a yarn to look. As dyeing is a rather involved process, many of these people never get to turn their ideas… Read More »Lots of new yarn, and a new competition