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Who do we want to see at Edinburgh Yarn Festival?

Whilst we are very excited to be bringing you our selection of goodies to EYF, there are so many vendors we cant wait to visit too! (check out our EYF 2018 blog if you missed it!) They are probably some of yours as well…

Skein Queen, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, 2018, YAK Brighton

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Skein Queen is one of the hand dyers we have in our shop in Brighton We have Crush and Selkino, both 4ply weights. So we cant wait to see what else Debbie will be bringing to the show, from all her gorgeous ranges, lace weight Mohair Floof, to DK Merino/Nylon Crush we know the colour range will be gorgeous! 

Pink Hazel, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, 2018, YAK Brighton

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Pink Hazel has the most practical project bags and other essential knitting bags. I particularly love the circular needle organiser, all those cables need tidy little pockets to be kept away nicely. Keep an eye out for Annettes gorgeous fabrics and notions. 

Edinburgh Yarn Festival, 2018, YAK Brighton, Moel View Yarn

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Moel View Yarn produces some of the most beautifully naturally dyed yarn we have seen! Also, the bases Paula chooses are obviously carefully and consideratly chosen, from the slaughter free wool, to the Welsh Mohair

Pom Pom Quarterly, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, 2018, YAK Brighton

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Pom Pom Quarterly, our fave mag of all things crafty. Knitting, crochet and baking amongst other crafts are all covered within their beautiful pages. As Pom Pom Press begins to publish more books from independent designers we cant wait to see whats next! 

Textiles Garden, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, 2018, YAK Brighton

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Textile Garden will be travelling from close by us, all the way up to Scotland next week. We are lucky enough to carry a small selection of their buttons in our shop, but you will be like a kid in a sweet shop when you go by their stand! 

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The Walk Collection is another beautiful hand dyed yarn company. Based and dyed in Germany we are proud to have two of their yarns here. The Delicate Merino is a Merino singles and takes the dye amazingly! The speckles really pack a punch on this base. We also have the Luxe Sock, which is dyed on some of the same colours as Delicate Merino, here you can really tell the difference how bases take dye. The Luxe Sock is super soft and drapey, whilst the Merino is springy. I am looking forward to seeing what other treasures they bring. 

We cant wait to see you at EYF! Let us know if you think there is anyone we are missing out on! Don’t forget to swing by our stand and say Hi! 

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