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Annette Bugansky and Knit with attitude
The Yarn Ball Yarn Bowl - a collaboration between ceramicist Annette Bugansky and Knit with attitude.
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Knit with attitude
Knit with attitude is a small independent knitting shop based in London, UK, specialising in ethical and eco-friendly yarn, books and accessories for hand knitting and crochet. 127 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 0PH, UK

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Knit with attitude is a small independent yarn shop based in London, UK, specialising in ethical and eco-friendly yarn, books and accessories for hand knitting and crochet. We arrange talks, work shops and one to one sessions. Also, we have a small exclusive range of fair trade fashion in stock.
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Annette Bugansky for Knit with attitude

I'm delighted and pretty proud to finally reveal the result of an amazing collaboration between
Knit with attitude and renowned designer Annette Bugansky. Sharing a fascination for the intersection between soft and hard, trying to capture the softness of yarn with the use of crisp porcelain, this yarn bowl has been more than a year in the making before reaching it's final shape.

The yarn bowl splits on the middle in two parts, one bottom bowl to contain your most precious ball of yarn, and the lid, complete with a hole from which to pull the yarn, creating a yin and yang between the yarn and ceramic. A small number of yarn bowls have now been produced and are ready for purchase.

Due to it's exclusive nature, the yarn bowl will not be listed in the web shop as ordinary products, further details on reservations, mail orders and price are available upon request, please visit our designated Yarn Ball Yarn Bowl page to learn more. To view other Annette Bugansky pieces available through Knit with attitude, have a look here.















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