The first ever Rowan Mini Collection contains six designs by Marie Wallin selected from the Rowan archive and re-knitted using our fabulous Kidsilk Haze Stripe. Photographed simply against a white backdrop, these simple yet classic styles allow the unique colour blends to show through.
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.
This collection features over fifteen garments and accessories all in our exquisite Frost yarn. Featuring simple to make long length cardigans, shrug, poncho and sweaters to keep cosy in the cold weather.
This beautiful collection of daywear into eveningwear has been designed by the Rowan team using Kidsilk Haze and Anchor Artiste Metallic. Featuring twelve elegant designs ranging from striped and oversized cover ups with a hint of sparkle throught to more glamorous lace and beaded designs.
A collection of bright winter designs that are both fashionable to wear and fun to knit. Featuring twenty four designs including simple to knit, super length scarves, oversized boyfriend sweaters, crop sweaters and beanie hats.
A collection of nine easy to wear, modern shapes using Kid Silk Haze Trio. This stunning yarn is made by twisting three Kidsilk Haze colours together to produce a chunkier yarn with an amazing subtle hazy marl effect.