Introducing our new colorway "Matcha Latte"! Currently, we have it available on our Mini Nest base (our mini skein choice)! This color will be on our 100 gram Nest base soon, but we have another new color to introduce first! Coming up soon!
Stash Dash ends in just three days! The last day is August 20th! I finished a few more things and need to add up my totals for a few other things, so here they are! Bringing my total up to 5849.4 meters! I finally finished my Knit N' Slide shawl by Stephen West! 935.4 meters! … Continue reading Only 3 days left!
I'm finding freedom in tearing out the blank pages from old college sketchbooks. (This is going to get rant-y, so buckle in or feel free to skip this post if you're not in a good place to read it. Sometimes the only way to get over being angry is to let yourself be angry and … Continue reading Reclaiming My Paper (rant)
Tea & Trinket Yarns now has a Facebook page and an Instagram profile all it's very own! Please feel free to follow us on our new social media platforms for news and updates with Tea & Trinket Yarns! Of course, major news will always be posted here, but behind-the-scenes photos will be posted to Instagram … Continue reading Being Social
I finished my calculations for the Spring 2017 term of the Harry Potter Knitting and Crochet House Cup! 5394.3 yards knit/crocheted from the beginning of May to the end of July! So, now, it's officially "break month" for me from the HPKCHC. Time to redirect my focus to Stash Dash and my stashbusting in general. … Continue reading Stash Updates
Hello, I just wanted to post a little update on the Handmade Wardrobe series since there has been so much interest in it! I'm still working hard on planning everything, but I'm a little short on funds to be able to MAKE the things I'm planning on making. Specifically, I need jersey knit fabric so … Continue reading I run on coffee! (A Handmade Wardrobe Update)
So, in Part 1 of this series of posts, I talk about my style, making things I'd actually wear, and gave a fairly comprehensive list of attributes I'd have in my perfect wardrobe. In Part 2, I went through one article's recommendation for low-to-no-cost sewing patterns to get a full range of garments needed to … Continue reading Handmade Wardrobe Planning: Part 3