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This collection of twenty five timeless designs by Kim Hargreaves is a great opportunity for current fans to visit some of her vintage designs from the Rowan archive. They include a great range of textured stitches and Kim's hallmark finishing details, from deep garter stitch welts and cuffs on a classic jacket to an exquisite ruffled edge cardigan in Kidsilk Haze.

The ultimate practical guide to sewing fabulous bags from expert Lisa Lam includes eight exclusive designs with easy to follow instructions and full size patterns.  You will also find expert tips and trade secrets on how to achieve professional and beautiful results along with detailled photos illustrating techniques from choosing fabrics to inserting fastenings.

A collection of twenty one designs with this season's relaxed textures and mellow tones.

This collection features seven garments and two accessory designs all with a feminine, vintage feel.

This season’s bold boy-meets-girl chic makes a playful nod towards a light androgyny. The result, sharp silhouettes, masculine lines and tomboy tailoring while addressing the balance are body hugging cables and supple ribs which both caress and celebrate feminine curves.

Minimal simplicity merges with edgy style, whilst shades of black & white offer a sharp contrast to pretty feminine designs.

Exploring Colour in Knitting is packed with all the guidance and advice you will need to start to combine colours in your knitting with confidence.

Learn to Knit provides complete step-by-step instructions from casting on to making buttonholes, plus a great selection of classic patterns for garments for all the family, accessories and home furnishings.

From choosing yarns and hooks to making a loop and foundation chain, would-be crocheters will find all the basics of the craft right here.  Holding the hook, checking the gauge, reading standard patterns, everything is covered in great detail with full-page photos and close-up drawings.

Improve your knitting skills with 21 delightful lacy accessories, graded from the simplest to the more challenging.