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Welcome to the Yan Tan Tethera Yarn Club Gallery 2016 Archive. This is where we seek to showcase all of the fantastic garments members of the club have made using their monthly yarn subscriptions.

December 2016

‘Christmas at the Corn Exchange’ is by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns and was inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography.

Elaine knitted two 1920s style cloche hats, combining the yarn with some soft undyed alpaca.

November 2016

‘Harvest Moon’ is by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist and was inspired by the image, ‘Fallen Leaves’, by Shutterspot Photography.

Fiona Wardingley has finished Bracket Form by Meghan Jackson.

Elaine knitted cushion covers and used some of the leftovers to make flowers as pin cushion toppers.

October 2016

‘Stained Glass’ by Katie Pearce of Sylvan Tiger Yarn was inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography. The picture was taken at the historic St Matthew’s Church, just a stone’s throw away from Baa Baa Brighouse HQ in Rastrick, Brighouse, West Yorkshire.

Marie Ryal knitted a gorgeous cable edged shawl as a gift for a friend. Marie was mysteriously gifted another skein of yarn, so knitted a second shawl for herself.

Lynne Rowe has started work on what looks like a shawl, teaming ‘Stained Glass’ with a lovely shade of West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4 Ply.

September 2016

‘Flutterby’ by Sherry James of Ba’Tat Hand Dyed Yarns was inspired by the image, ‘Painted Lady, by Shutterspot Photography. The picture of the native butterfly settled on some pink blooms was captured at Temple Newsam in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Fiona Wardingley teamed her Yan Tan Tethera yarn with some green alpaca to create slippers using a circle sock pattern and felt soles from our friends at Joe’s Toes.

Elaine made a simple garter stitch triangular shaped shawl to show the colour variations at their best.

August 2016

‘Memories’ by Jodi Rooke of Cuddlebums was inspired by the image, ‘Forget Me Not’, by Shutterspot Photography. It was taken on a ‘walkabout’ with the local photography group on the towpath of the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal at Brighouse.

Rebecca Morris made a pretty lace hat.

July 2016

‘Spring Border’ by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns was inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography. It was taken in the gardens of Rastrick Library, a stone’s throw away from Baa Baa Brighouse HQ.

Elaine made a scarf of her own design using ‘Spring Border’ and combining it with another Yan Tan Tethera Yarn Club yarn by Jaki, ‘Blackstone Edge’ from February 2016.

Elizabeth Martin made a lovely Honey Cowl, a quick and satisfying knit intended as a birthday present.

June 2016

‘Butter’ by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist was inspired by ‘The Yellow Fields’ by Shutterspot Photography, showing a field of rapeseed outside of Malton, North Yorkshire, that is just coming into bloom.

Fiona Wardingley used her yarn as a holiday project, creating a gorgeous crescent shaped lace shawl.

Nicola Taylor also opted for a beautiful, drapey shawl. This time a traditional triangular one.

May 2016

‘The Folly’ by Katie Pearce of Sylvan Tiger Yarn was inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography which depicts Victoria Tower on Castle Hill in Huddersfield against a brooding lilac sky.

Quick off the mark as always, Fiona Wardingley cast on a lovely pair of hand knit socks. Gorgeous colours!

Marie Ryal has finished a shawlette with a matching pair of fingerless mitts. Absolutely stunning!

Lucy Burns has been a busy bee working on a Uintah Shawl. Beautiful!

Deborah Arneil used a Simple Sock Pattern by Sue Morgan – available on Ravelry.

Elaine knitted the Kiri Shawlette by Anniken Allis. The pattern is available for free on Ravelry.

Rebecca Miles has begun crocheting some delicate flowers – can’t wait to see what they’re used for!

April 2016

‘Crocosmia’ by Sherry James of Ba’tat Hand Dyed was inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography, captured in the gardens of Temple Newsam in Leeds.

Elaine made a simple yet effective scarf which shows off the colour changes of the variegated yarn perfectly. She also trimmed a version of the Baa Baa Brighouse Ganny Lock Shawl with the remainder.

Alice Jeffcott made Fibre Fish by Laurie Corriveau. Fantastic!

Marie Ryal made the Pimpeliese Shawl which shows the colours really well.

March 2016

‘Melted Sunrise’ by Jodi Rooke of Cuddlebums was inspired by ‘Urban Sunrise’, a shot taken in Leeds city centre by Shutterspot Photography.

Elaine knitted a strappy summer top for her daughter, Florence. A lovely pattern worked entirely in the round, so no sewing up! It’s finished with ribbon straps that are hand-stitched on and decorated with wooden flower buttons.

Elizabeth Martin made a lovely Honey Cowl, a quick and satisfying knit intended as a birthday present.

February 2016

‘Blackstone Edge’ by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns, was inspired by an image of the same name taken by Shutterspot Photography on the border of Calderdale along the Pennine Way.

Elizabeth Martin made a cowl using a pattern that really shows off the deep, rich tones of the yarn to best advantage.

Samantha Varley made a really cute ‘Blackstone Edge’ cat using her yarn. How sweet!

Elaine has started work on a scarf of her own design using ‘Blackstone Edge’ and combining it with another Yan Tan Tethera Yarn Club yarn by Jaki, ‘Spring Border’ from July 2016.

January 2016

‘Eos’ by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist, was inspired by ‘Blackshaw Sunrise’ by Shutterspot Photography. The image was captured on the moors above Hebden Bridge.

Elaine made a top for her daughter using a pattern by Elena Nodel.

Fiona Wardingley is busy working on a lovely shawl and has married the yarn with some Debbie Bliss Angel Prints.