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Studio 26 is inspired by the trend for tweed and relaxed, easy to wear, slouchy designs.

Studio 25 is inspired by the coming festive season. The collection includes 'must have' Nordic patterned garments as well as elegant, easy to wear evening pieces.

Seventies Chic, designed by Sarah Hatton.  Drawing from the 1970s influence as seen on the catwalks, this is a collection of trans-seasonal designs, great for layering to take you from summer to winter. 

Monochrome is always in fashion and keeps coming back around on all the catwalks. This edition of Rowan Studio shows the hand knit interpretation of this trend. Each garment has its own unique take on the black and white mix, some simple colour changes and more complex stitch patterns mean that there is a garment in this collection for all knitters from beginner to the more experienced.

The Studio 23 collection shows the move towards clean and fresh resort looks.  Featurung Panama, Lenpur Linen, Shimmer and Savannah yarns.

Studio 22 is about pushing the boundaries and being inventive with knitwear, by using simple techniques to produce striking end results.

Understated elegance was the Autumn/Winter 2010 catwalks' main message.  With inspiration taken from '50s icons, this issue's theme is about desirable staples. 

Rowan Studio Issue 20 by Grace Melville is a combination of the Spring/Summer 2010 denim-on-denim trend, and the modern safari trend.

Rowan Studio 19 by Grace Melville is inspired by the fresh pastel shades seen up and down the Spring/Summer 2010 catwalks.

The Last Hurrah is the final collection for Rowan's Studio publications and so, by way of celebration, we asked some old friends to design a garment for the festive season.  Using Kidsilk Haze, Anchor Artiste Metallic, Kidsilk Haze Eclipse, Angora Haze and Kidsilk Haze Glamour the designers have ensured the final collection is a fitting last hurrah and covers all knitting skill levels from beginner to the more experienced.