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Postage & handling charges
We are happy to quote postage & handling for any order on request before posting. As a guide, all parcels throughout Australia are charged @ Australia Post rates and are based on size. eg. Small $8.95 - M $12.20 - L $15.35 - XL $18.50. Parcels over 5kg have a base charge of $18.50 plus a charge per kg depending on distance. Overseas charges supplied on request.
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MAKE PAYABLE TO: TRM Export. POST TO: 2/162 Booran Road, Glen Huntly, Vic. 3163. (Please allow a few days for cheques to clear.)
We accept payment by Direct Deposit and Paypal
Details, including total amount payable including postage, will be sent to you via email or from Payal, when your order is ready,
Personal Shopping:
We are located in Glen Huntly, Melbourne. Personal shopping is by arrangement only. Please phone on (03) 9505 7444
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Using multi-coloured and textured yarns:
It is recommended to work from 2 balls of yarn. Work 2 rows from 1st ball, 2 rows from second ball, etc. Take care not to carry the yarn too tightly along the side of your work. Working from 2 balls helps avoid obvious patches of colour or texture in your knitting. If a colour patch still occurs, you may choose to re-join the yarn at the beginning of a row, starting with a different section of colour in the yarn.
When using logs:
For the easiest flow of yarn, lie flat and pull the thread from the centre (or wider end if there is one).
If unsure of ply of yarn:
Do a tension square: 10 stitches x 10 rows. Adjust the needle size and/or number of stitches to get the results you want. Note that each of several yarns labeled 8ply can appear and knit differently.
Left over yarns:
A current trend is free knitting and crochet, using different yarns & plys to create varying shapes and textures etc, joined together, forming very indiviual items.
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