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This collection of four mens and two womens patterns was designed by Martin Storey using the stunning Hemp Tweed Chunky yarn. Featuring beautiful cables and texture, alongside colourful fairisle designs worked in the rustic colour palette of the yarn, this is a cosy collection, perfect for cooler months.

This stylish and elegant collection of four garments and two accessories for women was designed by Lisa Richardson, Sarah Hatton and Marie Wallin. Showcasing simple shapes and techniques and featuring lace and garter stitch, designs range from cosy sweaters to luxurious accessories.

This cosy collection of four garments and four accessories for women was designed by Lisa Richardson. Featuring eye-catching fairisle and slip stitch colourwork, it showcases simple lace and rib stitches perfectly throughout.

Designed by Sarah Hatton using the beautfiul Softest Merino Wool yarn, this collection includes six stunning designs for women. Ranging from stylish accessories to cosy cardigans and elegant sweaters, this is a truly enticing collection for winter, which features stunning texture and cable detail.

This on trend collection for Wool and the Gang supports our new denim inspired tape yarn. The collection features quick knit vests, ribbed sweater and dresses with simple textures suitable for the less experienced knitter.

A leap into Spring... With skirts and dresses set to be popular for Spring/Summer 2008 Studio 9 shows eight cardigans perfect for layering and covering four of the major trends seen on the catwalks.

Hit the high seas! The catwalks were 'awash' with both nautical and preppy styles for Spring/Summer 2008. 

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.

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.