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Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 500g - Natural White 0
Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 500g - Natural White 0
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Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Dark Navy 100
Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Dark Navy 100
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Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Light Green 46
Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Light Green 46
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Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Sky Blue 11
Isager Luxury Sock Yarn 50g - Sky Blue 11
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Latest News Articles from Timeless in Tiverton
Your Go-To Summer Knit Shawl Pattern

As the warm breezes of summer beckon us outdoors, there’s no better time to indulge in a light, relaxing knitting project. During my recent visit to the charming Isager Yarn company in Denmark, I stumbled upon the perfect pattern for the seasonal summer (and not only!!!) knitting: an easy knit shawl that epitomizes summer elegance. This delightful pattern requires just two balls of Isager Alpaca 1 lace weight yarn, making it both an affordable and manageable project for knitters of all levels.

 


Shetland Wool Week and Islesbourgh Hat

A regular feature of the Shetland Wool Week is the release of a knitting pattern to promote the event. In previous years, I've always admired the fabulous patterns and had customers coming in to show off their versions. So, this year, I've upped my game and decided to knit the fabulous hat myself now, well in advance of the event.


What means GOTS Certificate

Here, at Timeless, I have been introducing more new sustainable yarns and there is something you might have noticed mentioned in yarn descriptions and might want more information on. I am talking about GOTS Certificates. 

In the world of sustainable yarn, the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) plays a crucial role. It ensures transparency and fair treatment throughout the production process, certifying everything from organic fibers to yarns. With GOTS certification, consumers can trust that they're supporting eco-friendly and ethically made products.

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