We know that our customers love to show off their knits or their crochet projects – and quite rightly too, you clever bunch – which is why we decided to reward one of you every single month.
Each month you can share your projects with us on social media for entry into our prize draw and the chance to win a £50 voucher to spend on MarrinerYarns.com.
This month we have had loads of bright and summery knits and crochets. We have seen beautiful handbags, shawls, baby clothes and so much more. But as always one stood out for us
Without further ado…check out this months winner Suze Morris and her stunning bag. We loved everything about it, from the beach hut design to all the extra pockets, this really did stand out!
View all of the #MarrinerSummer entries here.
From soft teddies…
For the 3rd year running, Marriner Yarns has been nominated in the British Knitting and Crochet Awards across several categories. We are extremely grateful and cannot thank everyone enough for voting for us over the years, and for nominating us again this year. Our customers really are the greatest!
As a small family business, these awards help us reach even more yarn lovers, and, in turn, help us to continue providing quality yarn at great prices, as well as introducing new and exciting ranges for you to enjoy.
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in 8 categories this year;
- Number One Overall Yarn Brand
- Best Value Yarn Brand
- Best Sock Yarn Brand
- Star Baby Yarn Brand
- Most Luxurious Yarn Brand
- Ultimate Toy Yarn Brand
- Best Brand for British Yarn
- Favourite Patten House
We would be incredibly grateful…
We were thrilled at the arrival of the Marriner lambs a few months ago, but one of the little ones didn’t have a very strong start with the rest of the flock.
Simone the lamb was suffering from Joint-ill, an infection that affects the joints of lambs, causing swelling and difficulty standing or walking. Monty the lab took to the little guy immediately and became his protector after we brought him inside to help with his recovery.
A few weeks ago, our ladies of the Marriner Flock were paid a visit for their routine scan.
Chris stopped by the Marriner Farm and saw every single ewe to determine how many lambs she may be carrying.
The ladies are sent through a special run, that allows Chris access to place a probe on the udder. This will then send out soundwaves, which bounce back and present an image of the lambs on the screen. Just as you would see in a human ultrasound examination.
Depending on the number of lambs the ewes are carrying, they…