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Associated Products: Cocoon, Lima, Pure Linen

This simple festive wreath brings a luxurious Christmas feel to any door.  Created in traditional festive colours this wreath is created from pompoms, wrapped polystyrene craft balls and openwork cage balls. This wonderfully creative wreath has been made from a variety of Rowan yarn; Cocoon, Lima, Pure Linen to name but a few. However, this stash-busting project would be great to use up any leftover Rowan yarn, so have fun experimenting.

Associated Products: Creative Linen

Create a festive Christmas message by cutting out cardboard letters and wrapping them in yarn using double sided tape. Then adorn your letters with matching pompoms or other festive decorations. We have used restful natural shades in Creative Linen, but this stash-busting project would be great to use up any leftover Rowan yarn, so have fun experimenting. You could even use this method to update a child's bedroom!

Associated Products: Brushed Fleece, Fur, Anchor Artiste Metallic

This simple festive wreath brings a contemporary Christmas feel to any door.  Created in soft neutrals and injected with a bit of sparkle, this wreath with various sized pompoms has been made with Brushed Fleece, Fur and Anchor Artiste Metallic.  However, this stash-busting project would be great to use up any leftover Rowan yarn, so have fun experimenting.

Associated Products: Mohair Haze

This simple festive craft project is so versatile, you could use it to adorn your fireplace mantle, book shelf, Christmas tree, curtain trim, lampshade or even a child's bedroom! This Pompom garland is made from Mohair Haze and so exquisite to the touch. This project would be great to use up any leftover Rowan yarn, so have fun experimenting with texture and colour.

Associated Products: Brushed Fleece, Pure Wool Superwash Worsted, Chenille, Mohair Haze

Make this simple festive craft project to adorn your fireplace mantle, book shelf or Christmas tree. Created in Jewel colours of yarn this Pompom garland is made from Brushed Fleece, Pure Wool Worsted, Chenille and Mohair Haze for a feast in texture and colour.  However, this stash-busting project would be great to use up any leftover Rowan yarn, so have fun experimenting.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long

The final instalment of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long. Week 10 is the trim instruction using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.
To download your week 10 trim pattern register for free or log in and click on the 'Download PDF' button at the bottom of the page.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long

The square designs for Week 9 of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long. Designed by Kaffe Fassett and using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.
To download your week 9 pattern register for free or log in and click on the 'Download PDF' button.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long

The square designs for Week 8 of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long is here. Designed by Kaffe Fassett and using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.
To download your week 8 pattern register for free or log in and click on the 'Download PDF' button at the bottom of the page.

We have also released some additional tutorial videos by Sarah Hatton to help you with the sewing up of your project.

Associated Products: Cocoon

Crochet this chunky homeware blanket, the member's exclusive free pattern for December 2014. Designed by Marie Wallin using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (merino wool and kid mohair), this blanket is made up of a series of striped patches and finished with a crochet trim.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long

The square designs for Week 7 of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery
Knit-a-long is here. Designed by Kaffe Fassett and using the beautiful
Pure Wool
Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.
To download your week 7 pattern register for free or log in and click on the 'Download PDF' button at the bottom of the page.

We have also released some additional tutorial videos by Sarah Hatton this week to help you with the sewing up of your project.