Celebrating 30 years of Rowan with 30 patterns from the Rowan Magazine archive, This hardback book offers updated patterns from the best knitwear designers, including Kaffe Fassett, Marion Foale and Kim Hargreaves.
Stunning colour combinations breathe new life into traditional colourwork patterns, along with some great cables, in this beautiful collection of designs from Martin Storey. With twenty four brilliantly colourful projects - jackets, sweaters, cardigans, a short coat, a waistcoat and a poncho, as well as two throws, a cushion and a range of accessories.
Anna Maria Horner′s signature style combines the techniques of a seasoned sewer with the vision of an artist. In Seams to Me: 24 New Reasons to Love Sewing, she walks you through the fundamentals, offering practical advice on everything from fabric selection to colour choices to choosing and buying a sewing machine. Simple step–by–step instructions show you how to turn her designs into fanciful creations.
A stylish collection of 30 easy-to-make sewing projects from Tanya Whelan each project has a step-by-step illustration and instructions to help you on your way, there is a selection different projects to try ranging from childrens to adults and homeware.
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.
In Kaffe Fassett's Simple Shapes Spectacular Quilts, world-renowned quilter Kaffe Fassett demonstrates how basic geometric forms - squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds, circles and quarter circles - found in natural and manmade environments inspire his quilt designs.
In celebration of the female from a collection that is pretty but not too polished, feminine not fussy, timeless never dull, traditional tweeds keep it classic, quirky patterns offer individuality, while the softest fabrics will leave you in angora haze!
Simply chic. This season less is most definitely more. White worn in clean classic lines provides understated cool, whilst black offers a graphic contrast. The key is to stay sharp yet sophisticated, get in the spirit!