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Why Yarn Me Calm?

Because Yarn is so much more than crochet, knitting and craft.

Yarn is friendship, community, sharing, giving, caring, loving, gifting, soothing, soft and squishy goodness!

Every Purchase goes into a monthly draw.......

Every purchase made during a month at Yarn Me Calm goes into draw to win a gift of yummy, squishy goodness!

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March 2021 you could win the following:

A Stunning Lola Paint Boxx from Garnmanufaktur and a White 200g Lola to compliment it!

The winner will be chosen at random (each purchase constitutes one entry).

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The winner will be chosen at random (each purchase constitutes one entry).

Please note that this offer is open to everyone who purchases from Yarn Me Calm however postage, customs and duty will be the responsibility of the winner if you are outside of Australia!

We send all of your goodies in Compostable and/or recycled packaging!

We believe that we have a responsibility to minimise our impact on the environment whenever and wherever possible. 

So here at Yarn Me Calm we have sourced a range of 100% compostable mailers to send you your scrumptious goodies!

Where we use cardboard and plastic in packaging your goodies we have recycled it from packaging sent to us!!! 

Special Orders...

Is there something super yummy that we don't currently stock?

Do you want to place an order for some custom yarny goodies such as a Magnificent My Melodyy from Wolltraum or a Luscious Lola from Garnmanufaktur?

Are you wanting a larger number of squishy fabulosities than we can hold in our store room?

Then don't hesitate to contact us and we'll do everything we can to help solve your yarny dilemma!

Get in touch we are always happy to help!

New & Newly Arrived!!!

The Calming Yarn

Never Ending Blooms Scarf

Never Ending Blooms Scarf

I started making the first version of the Never Ending Blooms scarf in August 2020 after we received a shipment of the super scrumptious Cumulus Dappled from Juniper Moon Farms and knew that I needed to have a play with it! 

While trawling through Pinterest I saw a simple floral motif picture but unfortunately there was no link to a pattern or any more information.  I popped the picture into Google image search and still no joy.  I think I probably spent 3-4 hours trying to find the pattern for the motif with no luck!  

So I set about making my own version and while this one is mine, the original idea and pattern wasn't and I want to give a shout out to the person who did the original motif!

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Snowy Stars

Snowy Stars

I'm not exactly sure how and when the first idea of a snowflake came about but I think it was actually several years ago.  I think initially I was just going to make some snowflakes for Christmas Tree decorations.  As I often do, I started making with a vague concept in mind and the snowflake grew from there.  Once I had made one though, I thought they would be great not just as tree decorations but also as wall hangings and/or bunting.  

I know I keep referring to them as snowflakes but they are called Snowy Stars.  That's because the gorgeous Mr. YMC kept saying they look more like stars than snowflakes!  I think they are snowflakes, he thinks they are stars...as Snowy Stars they can be both or either!

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Convertible Collector!

Convertible Collector!

I planted dill (and some other herbs) in some pots at our 'Happy Place' in Portarlington and I was super pleased to see that they were thriving after we hadn't been able to tend to them over the Victorian lockdown.  Quite a few of them had gone to seed but there was a bounty of goodies to collect!

I headed down the stairs and out to the back yarn with my trusty scissors to cut some dill for Mr. YMC's cannelloni.  On the way back in I noticed that I was doing a Hansel & Gretel.....I had a fine trail of dill following me into the house and up the stairs.  

This would be fine if I needed to find my way back again but not so great otherwise!  Now, many (or most) people would take a bag or basket or plate or something else to collect their herbs but not me, I decided I needed to make something useful. 

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Support kogo - we do......

"kogo (Knit One Give One) is a not-for-profit organisation that asks volunteers to donate time and wool to knit warm winter woollies that kogo then distributes to people in need through over 300 community groups. We’re always looking for more hand knitted scarves, beanies, children’s toys or blankets” 

www.kogo.org.au