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Associated Products: Original Denim
Associated Publications: Denim The Next Generation

Knit this classic, breton striped sweater from Denim The Next Generation. A design by Martin Storey using Original Denim, a unique yarn that behaves like denim fabric (cotton), this design has sizing available for men, women and children.

Associated Products: Original Denim
Associated Publications: Denim The Next Generation

Knit this shirt-style jacket from Denim The Next Generation. A design by Martin Storey using Original Denim, a unique yarn that behaves like denim fabric (cotton), this jacket has moss stitch detail and has sizing available for men, women and children.

Associated Products: Original Denim
Associated Publications: Denim The Next Generation

Knit this textured sweater from Denim The Next Generation. A design by Martin Storey using Original Denim, a unique yarn that behaves like denim fabric (cotton), this design has sizing available for men, women and children.

Learn the basics with our How To Knit guide, including common abreviations and terms: Casting On, Knit & Purl a Stitch, Measuring Tension, Increasing & Decreasing Stitches, Cables, Lace & Eyelet Stitches, Yarn Forward, Yarn Round Needle and more.  If you're a Row@n member why not view our Video Tutorial section for members, where you can learn Knitting & Crochet from the basics to complicated techniques.

Learn the basics with our How To Crochet guide, including common abreviations and terms: Slip Stitch (ss), Double Crochet (dc) (sc - US), Treble (tr) (dc - US), Double Treble Crochet (dtr) (tr - US), Working Garment Decreases, Working Garment Increases.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton
Associated Publications: Kim Hargreaves Vintage Designs to Knit

Cable patterns are as popular as ever and this classic polo neck sweater can be knitted in both adult and children's sizes.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze

This jumper design is available in a womens or childrens version. Designed by Kim Hargreaves using Kidsilk Haze, it was originally featured in Magazine 36 and is now available to download.