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Welcome to the Yan Tan Tethera Yarn Club Gallery 2017 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 2017

‘Foliage’ by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns has some lovely flashes of colour.

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November 2017

‘Lavender Sunset’ by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist has all the purples, all the lilacs, all the lavenders! We love it!

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October 2017

‘Autumn Leaves’ by Jodi Rooke of Cuddlebums shows off the beauty of the season having based the colour combination on the changing leaves of a tree taken at Yorkshire Arboretum, North Yorkshire, by Shutterspot Photography.

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September 2017

‘Lucifer’ by Katie Pearce of Sylvan Tiger Yarn captured the colours of a vibrant Crocosmia in a picture taken by Shutterspot Photography at Beaumont Park, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

Marie Ryal made a shawl teamed with another rust coloured yarn and a cowl. Fabulous!

August 2017

‘Hoverfly’ was created by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns. It was based on a photograph by Shutterspot Photography of the same name.

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July 2017

‘Eldergleam’ was dyed by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist and was based on the image ‘Clough House Waterfall’ by Shutterspot Photography. It was taken in Slaithwaite, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

Elaine started work on a shawl using ‘Eldergleam’ as the contrasting colour but put the project down for far too long. Inevitably the shawl was frogged and the yarn became a lovely lace scarf instead. The remainder was used to make leaves for a vase of knitted flowers and for pin cushion toppers. She also managed to knit a lavender bag with the leftovers.

Helen Cockerill completed a beautiful shawl.

June 2017

‘Foxglove’ was dyed by Katie Pearce of Sylvan Tiger Yarn and was based on an image of the same name which was taken by Shutterspot Photography at Skipton Castle, North Yorkshire.

Marie Ryal knitted a gorgeous cowl.

May 2017

‘Flower Fields’ was dyed by Jodi Rooke of Cuddlebums and was based on an image called ‘Bluebell Woods by Shutterspot Photography.

Fiona Wardingley has combined it with ‘Sprout’, the March 2017 Club yarn, to create a lace scarf.

Katie Park-Walford has knitted some cosy looking socks.

Elaine has knitted a stocking stitch oversized snood and with the remainder, decorated a cupcake pin cushion with a knitted flower.

April 2017

‘Cherry Blossom Bloom’ was dyed for the Yan Tan Tethera Yarn Club by Jaki Bogg of Hot Butter Yarns. It was based on a photograph by Shutterspot Photography of the same name.

Elaine has knitted a lace patterned scarf with a flower corsage.

March 2017

‘Sprout’ is by Louise Lavender of The Cryptozoologist and was inspired by the image, ‘Garden’, by Shutterspot Photography. Louise used her Unicorn sock yarn for the project.

Diane McClure knitted the Reyna Shawl, available free on Ravelry. She said: “Really enjoyed seeing the little pops of colour appear as I was knitting.” A great result!

Fiona Wardingley has combined it with ‘Flower Fields’, the May 2017 Club yarn, to create a lace scarf.

Tatjana Ivanova made a gorgeous pair of intricately detailed socks. The pattern is called ‘Vacation in the Mountains’.

Elaine has started work on a shawl but eventually the yarn became a ‘Dunlochay Cushion Cover’, a pattern by Littletheorem that is available for free on Ravelry. It is decorated with buttons and has a contrasting green blanket stitch edge. The remainder of the yarn was used to make flowers for a vase and as pin cushion toppers.

February 2017

‘Red Cloud’ is by Katie Pearce of Sylvan Tiger Yarn, inspired by an image of the same name by Shutterspot Photography and dyed on to some lovely Jacob DK.

Elaine knitted The Great Divide Shawl by Michele Brown, a pattern that is available to purchase on Ravelry. She used ‘Until the Last Petal Falls’, a variegated yarn dyed for the March 2017 Beauty and the Beast Themed Box and teamed it with ‘Red Cloud’.

Marie Ryal made the lovely Gothic Lace Cowl from Tin Can Knits – beautiful!

January 2017

‘Snow Skies’ if by Jodi Rooke of Cuddlebums and was inspired by a gorgeous winter scene taken by Shutterspot Photography in the Calder Valley.

Elaine begun test knitting a shawl that she designed but decided that the variegated colours didn’t lend themselves to the pattern, so instead the yarn became a long loose knit scarf for her daughter, Florence, designed to be wrapped around a couple of times for a cosy bundled-up feel.