Portrait of Charles Coote
ART WALK SERIES
The fourty second offering in our ART WALK Series features a painting by Joshua Reynolds entitled "Portrait of Charles Coote, 1st Earl of Bellamont (1738-1800), in Robes of the Order of the Bath". When touring the National Gallery of Ireland prior to our trade show in Germany, we came across this painting and dubbed him "Mr. Fabulous!" and couldn't wait to dye up the colourway for everyone! Click below to save 10% off your purchase or use discount code FABULOUS at checkout...
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LIMITED EDITION RETROSPECTIVE
We have dyed a myriad of ART WALK and limited edition colourways in the past... click below to view some of our unique colourways!
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This yarn is a lot of fun, and opens up a lot of opportunities to play with stripe, gradient and color in your knitting. Click here to read more...Hands Occupied Blog
This is a super-squishy yarn that feels soft to the touch, but has enough twist to it that it's not splitty, and I doubt it will pill much with time. Click here to read more...Handmade by Stefanie
I have worked with Zen Yarn Garden’s Superfine Merino Fingering base before and I love it. It’s super soft and bouncy and stands up well to being knit and ripped (oops!). Click here for full review...The Corner of Knit & Tea
I was pleased with how the lace looked [in this yarn]. The knitted swatches had an almost silky feel to it. It's hard to believe that it is just 100% wool. Click here for full review...Angela Tong Designs
The [woven] fabric really came to life once it was off the loom and fulled slightly... The amount of squoosh the finished fabric has is crazy! This is heightened of course by the fact that the yarn is a superwash merino sock yarn that has a ton of spring to it. Click here for full review & free weaving pattern.Benjamin Krudwig Design
For babies it's so important that yarn for next-to-skin projects is really soft, and this definitely is. It's lovely to knit with, too- think of a sock yarn you really like, and that's this. No splitting, no snagging, smooth stitches. Click here for a full review.Cosmos & Cashmere Blog
The yarn is very smooth and easy to work with. It is soft, yet it also provides good stitch definition. Click here for full review.Illuminate Crochet
I just couldn't imagine how lovely this [gradient trio] yarn is! I immediately started thinking what to make and then it hit me! I would make a triangle shawl which would reflect the color transition of the yarn! Click here for full review.Little Things Blogged
This crochet ripple scarf pattern is a stunner!! It’s so luxurious and on trend that you are sure to get compliments wherever you go. As the name suggests, I designed this scarf using three coordinating colors from Zen Yarn Garden’s gorgeous gradient sets. Click here for full review.Petals to Picots