This collection of 16 women's designs is inspired by artisan tribal weave, texture and colour. Featuring loose off the shoulder oversized styles, along with crochet, mesh, basket weave and openwork textured knit stitches.
A classic collection of eight simple-to-knit women's pieces designed to be worn through the cool spring months, warm summer evenings and even into the fall season. Neat little cardigans, scoop neck vests and boleros are designed to be layered over summer shorts and dresses.
This collection of 14 designs introduces the first ever sock yarn to the Rowan range. Featuring 10 designs for socks of every length and 4 accessory designs, this brochure also includes a useful 'how to knit socks' guide.
This wonderful collection of 12 women's designs, photographed on the Greek island of Santorini introduces the new addition of All Seasons Chunky to our ever popular All Seasons Cotton range. The collection showcases lovely relaxed summer styles which are easy and quick to knit.
Folk influences were to be found for both adult and child's wear this season and Rowan Studio 30 offers a capsule wardrobe of knits for every little fashionista! From a cosy 'grandad' cardigan for boys to a pretty cape for girls. Hopefully this collection will have everyone wishing they were young again.
Crochet has been on trend for the last few seasons and it looks to remain very popular for winter 2012 and into spring 2013. Many of the influential designers have included crochet in their catwalk shows, helping to dispel the once ‘dowdy’ image of crochet and making it ‘chic’ and a must have item to wear. The Christopher Kane collection in particular received much acclaim, reviving the use of the traditional ‘granny square’. Looks can vary from the fitted, high round neck sweater to the grunge inspired loose structured knit.
Inspired by the 1960's 'Mod' look, this collection features strong graphic patterns and bold stripes. The designs predominantly feature our Rowan Kid Classic yarn with the addition of Kidsilk Haze to some designs to emphasize the trend for thick and thin textures.