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  Wandering knitters!

Hello from Hungary! 

After visiting my son in Budapest I am now heading off to Denmark via Austria and from Linz an overnight train to Hamburg. From there I will travel tomorrow all the way up to the northern tip of Denmark to visit our Isager friends in Tversted.

How wonderful it is to travel in Europe - with knitting! So much to see and do and lots of time to knit!

Knitting on the night train from Zurich to Budapest.

Knitting on a Sunday afternoon on Margaret Island in the River Danube.

Its not all rest and relaxation! Getting ready for a 5k run around Margaret Island with Tim. 

Happy knitting Karen x

James is in the shop until my return so we are open as normal!

  LAINE MAGAZINE ISSUE 8 - Now in stock!

Issue 8 of Laine Magazine is published on 31t May.  You can order your copy now.  Simply telephone (01865 604112) or email us ( to get your copy.  We also have copies of all back issues (1 through to 7) available now so if there are any gaps in your collection of Laine Magazines let us know and we will reserve you one (1 to 6 pictured below main image).

PS: Any existing pre-orders have now been posted.


  pompom quarterly issue 29 now in stock!

Published for sale on Friday 31st May, Pompom Quarterly Issue 29 is now in stock.


Summer is here! The nine designs in this issue were inspired by ceramic tiles, terracotta, and sand, so expect earthy shades with splashes of colour and organic, repeating patterns. For your summer wardrobe, we have essential summer tops and tees, a cardigan, a shawl, and a crochet bag – all light and breezy for warmer days.

We’re also excited that we’ve finally been able to add more pages to the magazine. This means more room for the gorgeous photography you love, an increased font size, and a wider range of sizes for some patterns (with the aim for all patterns in future issues).

Featuring designs by


This issue includes an interview with Emi Ito, who answers our questions of creativity and misappropriation. ‘Learning and Unlearning’ unpicks the issues of cultural appropriation and diversity, important topics we have been re-evaluating.

We also have yarn-free projects to enjoy while the sun shines. If you’re on the lookout for a new craft to try, we have a project bag tutorial by artist Arrounna Khounnoraj of Bookhou. She’ll show you how to block-print your own fabric, perfect for creating your own tile-inspired tessellating patterns! Plus Rebecca Lawrence’s recipe for her Maple Bourbon Fudge is an easy way to whip up an impressive sweet treat to share with friends.

  glorious new colours!

We have nine glorious new multi-coloured shades in stock of two of our popular West Yorkshire Spinners yarns.  All the wool in these yarns is 100% British and they are spun in Yorkshire and both are machine washable!

There are four new self striping shades of West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4-ply Sock Yarn (75% wool and 25% nylon), plus a pattern book (Winnick Mum) featuring four sock designs to knit with them.


  workshops coming up

We still have a wide range of workshops coming up at Oxford Yarn Store. Call 01865 604112 to book!



These are classes for crocheters with some experience - perfect if you are looking to learn new skills or to work on a project. There will be 'mini masterclasses' teaching new areas of crochet techniques and lots of patterns to choose from to work on your own project. These will be geared towards summer projects: bags, shawls, toys and clothing. 

Tutored sessions led by Niky Quartermain at fortnightly intervals on the following dates:

Tuesday Afternoons   2pm - 4pm
June 18th 
July 2nd, 16th, 30th 
August 13th, 27th

at Oxford Yarn Store
Fee: £72 for 6 sessions (or £15 for individual sessions according to availability)

Call 01865 604112 to book

Next Steps in Knitting

This relaxed class is perfect for those who have attended our Learn to Knit class or can already work the basic knit and purl stitches and would like to take their knitting further. We will look at, different cast on methods, stitch patterns, reading and understanding knitting patterns, increases and decreases, how to cast off in pattern plus many other tips! The class includes a choice of 2 patterns for a hat which uses all the new skills you have learnt. This will be started during the class and you will have all the skills to finish it at home.

Date: Saturday 8th June

Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm 

Price: £55

Skill Level:  Improving beginner, you can cast on knit and purl.  This class is specifically aimed at knitters with only basic skills.

Materials:  You will knitting needles and 100g of DK weight yarn.
Professional Finishing Techniques

Learn how to finish your work professionally; cast on methods; shaping techniques; button holes; picked-up edges; borders; short-row shaping; shoulder seams; blocking and pressing; putting in sleeves; sewing up using mattress stitch and lots more!

Date: Saturday 14th June  

Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm

Skill Level: Intermediate. You should be comfortable with both knit and purl stitches and casting on.

Price: £55

Materials: You needd to knit 2 small squares before the class (both 10cm square, in double knit yarn, in stocking sitch) and bring 4mm knitting needles, sharp scissors and a tapestry needle.
Introduction to Brioche Knitting

Brioche is a beautiful stitch that creates a soft, draping and warm knitted fabric and is a popular technique to acquire. In this class you will learn the principles of working Brioche in one and two colours, practicing both techniques as you start to work on a scarf, cowl or hat.  Experience needed: basic knit and purl stitches, increasing and decreasing. 

Date: Sunday 16th June

Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm     

Price: £55

Skill Level:  You should be confident wih basic knitting skills (cast on, knit and purl stitches) and reading simple patterns.

Materials: You will need a 4.5mm, 60cm long circular knitting needle and x2 50g balls of DK weight yarn in contrasting colours)


Explore the possibilities that knitting Fair Isle knitting in the round and steeking (literally cutting open your knitting) can offer. This method is quicker and better for your tension as you are always knitting the front of the work and it allows you to knit a flat piece (e.g. a throw) or a garment with an opening (e.g. a cardigan) in the round. Trust us it doesn’t ruin your knitting - generations of Shetland Island knitters cannot be wrong!  We’ll take you step by step through the process to ensure a happy outcome.

Date: Thursday 20th June 

Time: 10am to 1pm

Price: £30

Skill Level: You have to be able to knit a small circumference in the round on either double pointed needles OR cirular needles using rhe magic loop technique.

Materials Needed: 4.5m or 5mm double pointed OR circular knitting needles plus two contrasting shades of worsted or aran weight 100% non-superwash wool yarn.

There is a small amount of pre-knitting for this class which you will be advised of about 1 week prior to the class.
Edgings - I-cord and Picot Borders

In this workshop you will learn a variety of techniques for creating edgings that give a final flourish to garments, shawls and accessories. These include I-cord and Picot edgings as well as knitted borders onto ‘live’ stitches. Many current designs call for edgings that add interest to your work and so this workshop will broaden your skills and your ability to tackle new projects.

Date: Thursday 20th June 

Time: 2pm to 5pm 

Price: £30

Skill Level: You should be confident wih basic knitting skills (cast on, knit and purl stitches) and reading simple patterns.

Materials Needed: 4m knitting needles.

  clearance sale!

Some yarn bargains are avialble in store as we discontinue a couple of lines.

50% off remaining stocks of Rowan Sultano.  Was £29.99 for 50g, now £14.99.  Shades Whisper and Glacier only. This is a wonderfully luxurious blend of cashmere, silk and mohair.

50% of Juniper Moon Farm cotton yarns:

Zooey Dappled (cotton and linen sport weight).  Was £11.95 for 100g now £5.97.

Cumulus (aran weight cotton and nylon).  Was £12.95 for 100g now £6.47.

Cumulus Dappled (aran weight cotton and nylon).  Was £14.95 for 100g now £7.47.

Bud (chunky weight cotton).  Was £8.95 for 100g now £4.47.

33% off Isager Jensen, was £14.95 for 100g, now £9.95.

20% off Adriafil KnitCol, was £4.95, now £3.95 for 50g.

20% off Rowan Hemp Tweed, was £4.75 now £3.80.  This is discontinued by Rowan but we have managed to obtain more stock beofre it all disappeared.


  Arne and CArlos special offer

We are offering 33% off copies of Arne and Carlos's 55 Christmas Balls to Knit books.  Was £14.99, now £9.99.  A bit early to be festive maybe?  But it is never to early to start Christmas knitting!

  hat sale!

Its not the time of year for hat wearing (most days!) so we are offering 33% off marked prices all our remaining stock of hand knitted hats through June.  Prices before discount are from £20.00 per hat.  Please enquire about any specific hat.