Madelinetosh Home

Madelinetosh Home Main, Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

More exciting treats are arriving at Loop as we stock up our shelves for winter. As well as making sure we have plenty of all your favourites, we have lots of new yarns to welcome too. Brand new in the case of Madelinetosh’s Home, which is their latest yarn for 2014.

Madelinetosh Home, Purples. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

Made from superwash merino, this yarn is deliciously soft and, just like home should be, comforting and cozy too! Its loosely plied strands give a subtle texture and adds to the delightful ‘squish’ factor of the yarn.

Madelinetosh Home. L-R Farmhouse White, Composition Book Grey, Antique Lace, Tern, Paper. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

L-R Farmhouse White, Composition Book Grey, Antique Lace, Tern, Paper

Loop has carefully selected a mix of elegant neutrals and the most vivid neons. We wanted this range of colours to give you the opportunity to play with contrasts and give a pop of colour to your knits for dull winter days.

Madelinetosh Home. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

L-R Button Jar Blue, Edison Bulb, Neon Peach, Oceana, Fluro Rose

And those neons really are electric!

Madelinetosh Home. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

Top, L-R Candlewick, Grasshopper, Leaf. Bottom, L-R Hosta Blue, Button Jar Blue, Oceana

The smooth nature of merino means no complaints of itchy hand knits, making it a great option for gift knitting. One or two skeins give the potential for hats, mittens and cowls.

L-R Tart, Torche, Citrus. Loop, London.

L-R Tart, Torche, Citrus. Loop, London.

With all theses gorgeous jewel shades, you can have one in every colour!

L-R Pop Rocks, Coquette, Fluro Rose.

L-R Pop Rocks, Coquette, Fluro Rose.

Home of course can also be used for bigger projects like blankets, jumpers and cardigans. In fact, we have a little top-secret preview of a new Loop pattern! Using the dreamy shade of Sugar Plum, we love how Home shows off the textured boarder and can confirm what a pleasure it is to knit with this yarn.

Madelinetosh Home in Sugar Plum - Patter coming soon to Loop! Loop, London.www.loopknitlounge.comWe can’t give too many clues to yet, but we can tell you it’s a reworking of a classic Loop design. Our new pattern using Home will be released very soon, along with several other exciting patterns we have ready to publish for this winter.

Madelinetosh Home, L-R Log Cabin Brown, Sugar Plum, Antique Lace, Purple Basil. Loop, London. www.knitlooplounge.com

L-R Log Cabin Brown, Sugar Plum, Antique Lace, Purple Basil

And if our sneak peek has tempted you to try this yarn for yourself, you are in luck as we are giving you the chance to win one skein in the colour of your choice.

To enter, please leave a comment below letting us know which colour is your favourite (hard to choose we know!). This competition ends at midnight on Wednesday 24th September and one winner will be selected at random.

Good Luck and Happy Knitting and Crocheting!

Madelinetosh Home, Main. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

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172 comments on “Madelinetosh Home
  1. Sue says:

    Book Grey – I can just feel a snugly cowl around my neck in this super yarn!

  2. Karita says:

    Fluro Rose is my favourite. Sooooooo vibrant.

  3. Maria says:

    It’s a difficult choice!
    My favourites would be Sugar Plum, L-R Pop Rocks and Coquette.

  4. Jane Simants says:

    Irresistable! Purple Basil is calling me.

  5. Marilyn Gibson says:

    Fluro rose sings I would love to knit a scarf with it please?

  6. Susan Apostolakis says:

    Torche is the one – that bougainvillea pink gets me every time.

  7. JennySwanson says:

    I love Purple Basil for its richness.

  8. Zelah Pengilley says:

    Loving Hosta Blue

  9. Eva says:

    Coquette
    Such a lovely dark colour…

  10. Oceana most definitely, looks lovely!

  11. Heather says:

    I just love Farmhouse White… So rustic :) x

  12. Kaat says:

    Hosta blue. It will brighten up the dark days ahead!

  13. Bar says:

    Beautiful subtle Farmhouse White – snood me!

  14. Monica says:

    They look amazing my favourite must be composition book please

  15. Gale says:

    This is easy, but hard to decide…grasshopper is mine!

  16. Viv Fox says:

    Citrus….like the Chesire Cat in Alice in Wonderland.

  17. Amy says:

    I’m loving the Oceana bright blue!

  18. Tracy says:

    Button jar blue is my favourite – gorgeous

  19. ana julio says:

    I think Purple Basil is stunning!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  20. Nim says:

    Composition book grey. No one does greys as deep as MadTosh.

  21. Jane Webber says:

    I love the mixture of shades in Citrus

  22. Wendy says:

    It’s got to be button jar blue, it just reminds me of home so much!

  23. Reiko says:

    Torche
    What an amazing colour!

  24. Karen says:

    Hosta Blue, definitely – perfect for a cosy pillow for my sister-in-law in New England! :)

  25. lorenza says:

    Edison bulb, amazing!

  26. Vicky says:

    Citrus is probably my favourite but hard to choose!

  27. Sarah says:

    Oh so difficult to decide! I changed my mind several times but right now I’m going for Purple Basil :)

  28. Andrea says:

    Impossible to choose – all the colours are so beautiful. I need to make a cosy cabled hat to go with my burgundy scarf – so if I have to choose just one colour I would to for the mouth-watering shade Tart for my hat. It looks almost good enough to eat! :)

  29. andre says:

    Sugar Plum looks gorgeous, that would be the one for me please

  30. Anett says:

    The yarn Looks gorgeous. My favourite colour is purple basil.

  31. RENE WALKIN says:

    Very hard to choose-I’ll settle on Hosta Blue.

  32. Chiara says:

    Purple basil! So gorgeous …

  33. Elle says:

    It was a tough call and Citrus nearly won, but I’m going for LEAF.

  34. Anita Tovey says:

    Tart – I just can’t resist this shade though it was hard to choose just one!

  35. Mel McLaughlin says:

    These colours are amazing! If I have to pick one though, Candlewick is my favourite.

  36. Kate says:

    Farmhouse White – looks lovely and squishy :)

  37. Sue says:

    Another vote for Purple Basil here. Love cooking with it, and I’d really like to try knitting with it, too!

  38. Helen says:

    Composition book grey

  39. suze says:

    Sugar Plum. Just the right mix of pastels and purples to help take my wardrobe from Summer through to Autumn.

  40. Rhian says:

    Oceana – perfect for a squishy cushion for my reading nook :-)

  41. Emma says:

    Purple Basil.
    Swoon…

  42. Libbi says:

    Antique lace is perfect for a blanket! i love it :)

  43. Fiona says:

    Torche is a beautiful blend of colour.

  44. Philippa Swann says:

    Antique Lace – so calm after the Referendum

  45. Niamh says:

    Just yummy….Fluro rose pleeeze for a cowl scarf!

  46. Ailsa says:

    Tern looks perfect for the cold, cold winter ahead.

  47. Neve says:

    Pop rocks would be great for a cushion front for my daughter’s room! Thanks

  48. Michelle says:

    Purple basil please, gorgeous jewel like

  49. Laurie says:

    I love Button Jar Blue. It matches some buttons that I receive when I inherited my grandma’s button collection!

  50. Laurie says:

    I love Button Jar Blue — it looks like some of the buttons I inherited when my grandma gave me her button collection!

  51. Niamh says:

    Pleeeze Pink Fluro for a nice cowl scarf! Soo cozy looking!

  52. Su says:

    Hard to choose just one, but I think that at this moment in time my favourite is grasshopper:-)

  53. Veera says:

    So hard to choose! Purple basil is gorgeous!

  54. Julie M says:

    They are all lovely shades, I love Hosta Blue but I think for me, my favourite to wear would be Tern.

  55. Anne Napier says:

    I adore all of them but I think Sugar Plum is my favourite!

  56. Charlotte Powell says:

    Oh heavens – my heart flutters at the neons, but Purple Basil is so rich and deep. Lovely!

  57. Anastasia Georgiou says:

    Purple Basil is delicious!

  58. Sue says:

    L-R Tart this looks a lovely warming colour for the winter

  59. Kate says:

    I love Coquette

  60. Laura Meyer says:

    Just one?! I’d have to go with Antique Lace. So sweet and a surprisingly warm shade for a creamy hue. Love them all!

  61. Rebecca smith says:

    My favourite is Torche. Love brights on my baby girl!

  62. Megan says:

    Composition Book Grey! It looks like something that would go with my entire autumn/ winter wardrobe

  63. Janet says:

    Sugar Plum is definitely my favourite……perhaps in a cowl?

  64. Amy James says:

    Oh hai Hosta Blue! So hard to make a decision, and Leaf was a very close second, but Hosta Blue is just so lovely.

  65. Paula Tucker says:

    button jar blue – easy!

  66. Pam says:

    Candlewick’s my favourite, just gorgeous (although I was nearly swayed by the neons!)

  67. Josie says:

    I love the Antique Lace colourway, it’s named perfectly!

  68. Marlon says:

    I would love to knit a cowl of Composition Book Gray. It’s a beautiful warm grey.

  69. Lizzy says:

    Has to be Antique Lace – the same colour as a Persephone book

  70. Celia Maughan says:

    Oceana – just simply gorgeous.

  71. Jonne says:

    Tern for a lovely cowl to keep out the chills.

  72. Jen Dickinson says:

    Sugarplum for sure

  73. Jules says:

    Would have to be Tart for me, fabulous shade.

  74. Hannah says:

    Oh WOW! So many gorgeous colours to try. How to choose just one? Sugar Plum looks beautiful and would be amazing paired with smokestack for an beautiful start of autumn project.

  75. Maria Rey says:

    Torche. It’s amazing!!

  76. Dee Gardner says:

    Love sugarplum!

  77. steph says:

    composition book grey….no wait! gossamer. (yeah, I’m boring, I know.)

  78. Sally says:

    Torche looks fun! Will brighten up things in winter.

  79. Susan says:

    After a LOT of deliberation…..and it was a lot, I’m picking the Farmhouse White! This color just…spoke to me. Sometimes, you just have to follow that feeling! All the colors are so beautiful it was really hard to make a decision.

  80. Elinor says:

    It’s a tough call as all these colours are just gorgeous but if I have to choose I love neon peach.

  81. Coquette – warm and luscious

  82. Karen Alkofer says:

    Purple basil, please! Yummy!

  83. OMG It’s gonna have to be Sugar Plum or Hosta Blue! I can’t decide!

  84. elanie says:

    So many beautiful colors to choose from !
    Paper looks like a perfect neutral for a cosy cowl for winter.

  85. Paula says:

    Sugar Plum please!

  86. Jacinta says:

    Love them all, but Sugar Plum would make a gorgeous cowl to wear with my new winter coat :-)

  87. Jo says:

    Difficult to choose but if push comes to shove I would say Grasshopper.

  88. Alicia says:

    Composition Book Grey – great name, great shade.

  89. Stephanie says:

    oooh! looks cozy :) I think Candlewick would be my pick, if forced to choose ;)

  90. Kelly says:

    Thrilled to discover your website! Adding your shop to my wish-list for next visit home to UK.. Loving the Paper colour – can picture a lovely calm blanket.. Greetings from Johannesburg

  91. Janet says:

    So hard to choose, but I think Tart would make a gorgeous winter cowl.

  92. Louise says:

    So hard to choose but Tart gets my vote.

  93. mrs robinson says:

    Oh my! Candlewick may just be my favourite…

  94. Linda says:

    Sugar plum – delicious!

  95. Michele says:

    Fluoro Rose … Like a firework on a grey day!

  96. Philam says:

    What a lovely yarn! Tern is my favourite colour and would make a cozy cowl. Thanks for the giveaway; I used to live in Islington (now back in Canada) and miss visiting the shop.

  97. Jane hamilton says:

    Leaf… It’s already got me looking forward to spring

  98. Janet says:

    Composition book grey

  99. Amy says:

    Tart – best colour best name!

  100. Linda Rumsey says:

    It would have to be Sugar Plum for me!

  101. Annelie Storbjörk says:

    Purpur Basil draw my attention right away.Lovely.

  102. Susana Crosby says:

    Hosta blue would be my choice -very calm.

  103. Sarah Davies says:

    Purple Basil, so juicy!

  104. Clair McCowlen says:

    The variation in hosta blue looks stunning, I think that’s my favourite.

  105. Glenda says:

    Leaf for me. It is adorable.

  106. Victoria says:

    Coquette is scrummy

  107. Marcia Hamilton says:

    I love the sugar plum. It’s yummy!

  108. Elinor says:

    Gossamer for me, so calm and elegant.

  109. Jessica says:

    Purple basil is just stunning!

  110. Tracy says:

    I love smokestack

  111. Estelle from Cambridge says:

    I really love sugar plum

  112. Rachel Edinburgh says:

    Hosta Blue is gorgeous!

  113. Kirstie says:

    I would love a flirty scarf in coquette!

  114. sue says:

    sugar plum! and this was my pet name for my youngest-now 28 and an anaesthetist!!
    I’ve always love Madtosh colours,,,

  115. Anja says:

    I love Coquette – forever !!!!! It’s my favorite color.
    With all my best wishes
    Anja

  116. nicola morris says:

    Oooh. Erm… oceana i think for me <3

  117. I’m torn, there are so many pretty colours. But at this moment in time I love Leaf the most.

  118. Moyra says:

    Edison Bulb for me. :)

  119. Tess says:

    So hard to choose but as I have to it’s got to be sugarplum.

  120. Sarah says:

    Oh yum yum yum! Purple basil has it for me at the moment.

  121. Lindsay Aldridge says:

    Neon Peach is delicious!

  122. Brenda Johnson says:

    they are all beautiful but farmhouse white appeals to me the most.

  123. Beth says:

    Tart is amazing! All the different tones would look beautiful knitted up.

  124. Jill Orr-Young says:

    My favourite is Sugar Plum – it popped out at me straight away. Maybe because it’s early Spring here in Melbourne

  125. Machika says:

    Sugar Plum – such a subtle and pretty colour!

  126. Birgit says:

    Love the Coquette

  127. Katrin says:

    Im in love with the sugar plum! Such a lovely dusty colour!!

  128. Dawn Goodger says:

    Edison Bulb would make a snug cowl and wear when walking my Shih Tzu on dark nights! Sure to be seen!

  129. Johanna says:

    As usual it’s pretty hard to choose, but candlewick would be great for a cosy hat

  130. Balqees B says:

    Torche!

  131. Donna says:

    Wow, I love all of the neons together, they look amazing. Think I will choose button-jar blue.x

  132. Becky Fierberg says:

    Edison bulb! So fun!

  133. Edison bulb is a fabulous colour

  134. Sali Morris says:

    Although I love the neon pinks and yellows, they don’t like me so I have to go for Button Jar Blue as my favourite. It just makes me happy.

  135. mel says:

    Sugar plum – not a usual for me, but it looks lovely.

  136. Neeve says:

    I would love Fluro rose for a cushion for my daughters room!

  137. Christine says:

    Oceana,-a beautiful blue!

  138. Liz says:

    What gorgeous yarn! Sugar plum would be my choice.

  139. Chookgirl says:

    Accessories in Candlewick, to go with my grey coat. Delicious!

  140. Karen Webber says:

    Neon pech

  141. Karen Webber says:

    Neon peach

  142. Fernanda Dias says:

    I’m in love with….Hosta blue

  143. Mhairi says:

    My favourite has to be Tart, makes me think of warm winter cooking with berries. Squishable yuminess!

  144. Tracy says:

    Torche would be my choice – a weirdly easy choice considering the beauty of the range.

  145. Susanne says:

    Farmhouse White, the perfect colour for winter, like snow…

  146. Miriana says:

    It’d be a hard call between hosta blue and sugar plum… I’d probably go with hosta blue in the end!

  147. Vilma says:

    All the colours are very beautiful, but Composition Book Grey is my favourite.

  148. Catherine says:

    Oh, wow! That Hosta Blue is my favourite. It’s shocking!

  149. Lovisa says:

    Coquette says please let me be a pair of awesome fingerless mitts!

  150. Lee says:

    Tart would be my favourite, so warm, edible, lovely – and thank you for these amazing offers

  151. Kairi says:

    I’m in the middle of a grey period, coming from purple, so Composition Book Grey is pushing all the right buttons :)

  152. Kate says:

    Oh the Hosta blue- I’d like to see the results of this ‘straw poll’?! Which colour did the most people choose?! Interesting.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  153. Leda says:

    Candlewick does it for me every time – obsessed with this colour!

  154. CathyS says:

    A choice ? Impossible… Coquette but maybe grasshopper too…

  155. Rochelle says:

    Beautiful colours! I would choose Pop Rocks. Thanks!

  156. Helen Lovitt-Raison says:

    Great range of colours but as we approach summer down under, I have to go with Fluoro Rose!

  157. Jan says:

    Grasshopper, although I love the neutrals too …

  158. Soo hard to choose, but Purple Basil would be loverly for a snuggly scarf.

  159. Jemima says:

    Hosta Blue is beautiful! But Tart wins my heart! Delicious!

  160. Kristen says:

    I love so many of them, but to pick only one… I keep coming back to SUGAR PLUM !!! :)

  161. Grace says:

    really tough choice but think it has to be Composition Book Grey

  162. Bernadette says:

    A very difficult choice but – Sugar Plum!

  163. Magnhild says:

    Leve Leaf :-)

  164. Ann dewey says:

    Button jar blue, but it was a tight race, they are all gorgeous

  165. Kathryn Hoyle says:

    I can’t stay away from muted shades – Farmhouse White is my favourite.

  166. Jillo says:

    farmhouse white is calling my name!!!

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