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A collection of knits for men and women which epitomizes the trend for chunky textured and graphic style knits. Using the wonderful yarns cocoon, lima and lima colour, this stunning collection ranges from plain, draped and easy to wear designs to cables and textured sweaters and wraps.

A luxuriously soft and feminine collection with a modern twist on the romantic look of the 1940’s featuring the exquisite yarn Mohair Haze. Delicate and vintage lace inspired garments take centre stage in a sophisticated palette of soft pastels and jewelled brights.

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, Mohair 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.

A collection 9 designs featuring a selection of beautiful garments and accessories by Sarah Hatton, which can be knitted in KiIdsilk Haze or the Felted Tweed in either of the two garment options given for each design.

Rowan Restyle is quite simply a different perspective. The concept is to show how garments taken from the Rowan archive can look completely different.
By restyling with a relaxed casual approach and adding key pieces of jewellery or accessories a fresh modern look can be created.

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.

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

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

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

Studio 18 is inspired by the Autumn/Winter 2009 Catwalk, where oversized and slouchy garments with fazed stripes and subtle pattern were strong themes throughout.