Designed by our very own Rowan Design Consultants, Jubilee Knits is a collection of nine fun projects to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee, ranging from accessories to that little extra something to help you celebrate.
Happy Knitting and Happy Jubilee.
This stunning homeware collection contains eleven contemporary designs all using our British Sheep Breeds range of yarn to celebrate Wool Week 2012. These fabulous designs include chunky throws and cushions, a stripy draught excluder and a stylish, felted tablet cover.
A collection of ten timeless designs taken from the Rowan archives featuring one of our best loved yarns, Kid Classic.
Designs include a bold chunky stripe sweater, an elegant slash neck sweater and a cute fairisle jumper dress.
A collection of 12 projects designed exclusively as free downloads for Row@n members, as featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 52. These extra designs are from the two stories Hebridean and North Sea, and also two designs from Kaffe Fassett to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.
A collection of 8 Christmas Knits for Men and Women, designed to keep you wrapped up warm this Winter. Featuring two NEW exclusive designs from Martin Storey. View the designs in an exclusive look book.
A collection of 6 projects designed exclusively as free downloads for Row@n members, as featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54. These extra designs are from the two stories Romancing and Folk.
These 6 designs were created by the students of Winchester College of Art and Design, as featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54. The 'Between the Wars' brief set by Marie Wallin, challenged the students to focus on garment detailing, stitches and colour of the 1930's and 40's, utilising the wealth of design inspiration from the Knitting Reference Library at Winchester.
We invited the Rowan Ambassadors in producing an accessory project using either Kidsilk Amore or Kidsilk Amore Shimmer. We were so impressed with their designs that we have decided to feature them as an Online Collection. All designs use just one ball of yarn and are quick to knit.