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#YarnBuzz! Don’t Miss Top Stories from November

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#YarnBuzz! Don’t Miss Top Stories from November

If you’re always interested in the latest news when it comes to crafting trends, then chances are you already subscribe to our weekly Yarnbuzz. But in case you don’t, we’re rounding up all the November highlights for you to peruse here. And if you do love celebrity knitwear moments, amazing stories of community crafting, and the latest in knitwear and science… then you better sign up here!

November Highlights

Knitting Mindfulness

November Highlights

Image: Carly Geraci / Dallas News

Want to lower your blood pressure? Try knitting. Yarn crafts have the power to trick you into being mindful, as well as regulating emotions, becoming a better listener, and more. Find your inner peace with yarn in hand! We’ve often detailed the many benefits of knitting here on our blog. Maybe you remember our blog sharing wellness benefits you’ll experience when you spend time crafting. Or, perhaps you checked out our blog about using crafting to stress less!

We often share new findings about the benefits of crafting, so if you’re interested, sign up for Yarnbuzz.

November Highlights

Image: ScienceWeek.net.au

Your Brain On Knitting

We also love to learn more about all the interesting ways the scientific community is using yarncrafting to express complicated ideas. Or, the ways researchers are using yarncrafting to solve problems! One perfect example is this installation by Neural Knitworks, which helps us visualize the inner-workings of our brains. And it certainly doesn’t hurt that it’s colorful and beautiful to look at! Brain science never seemed so tangible.

The Neural Knitworks team is at it again—National Science Week is returning to Australia in August, and already a team is getting together to assemble a yarn-crafted installation of neurons that demonstrate how the brain works.

November Highlights

Image: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Nostalgic Stitches

We’re seeing some fun homages to grunge knits of the 90s on the catwalk these days, including this 25th anniversary retrospective collection from Marc Jacobs. If you’re loving this crochet cardigan stitched with pure nostalgia, then you should definitely check out some of our fun openwork crochet cardigans:

And here are three knit cardis that capture a 90s vibe:

November Highlights

Image: Milla Cochran

Crochet on the Red Carpet

In addition to a high-fashion yarncraft moment, we also love to see celebrities sporting fabulous knitwear. Like when ‘This Is Us’ star Mandy Moore hit the red carpet for Joni Mitchell’s 75th Birthday celebration in a stunning crochet dress!

This is definitely another nostalgic 90s moment, but if it means more celebrity knitwear sightings, we’re all about a resurgence. Are you a fan of 90s fashion? Let us know in the comments below if there’s a trend you’re glad to see back in rotation, or if there’s a look you’re dreading to see all over again.

A Mark of Remembrance

November Highlights

Image: Gian de Poloni for ABC Radio Perth

In our weekly Yarnbuzz installments, we also share astounding moments from the yarniverse, like this extraordinary gesture from crafters around the globe. In remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, crafters created tens of thousands of red poppies. This universal symbol of remembrance for the Great War was used for display in venues all over the world, and even prompted a thank you note from the Queen herself.

Don’t Miss a Moment

For stories like this and more, be sure to sign up to receive our weekly Yarnbuzz updates. Did you know we also do a video version? You can also check out our special Yarnbuzz YouTube series hosted by Shira Blumenthal and friends.

We’ll make sure you’re up to date with all the fun & interesting news from the crafting world. You can also now stay tuned for our monthly updates like this one covering all the November highlights. Let us know your favorite Yarnbuzz story in the comments below!

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