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Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this ladies round neck sweater, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night online collection by Josh Bennett. Using the beautifully soft traditionally spun Rowan Tweed (wool), this sweater features a bold contrasting wolf motif worked using the intarsia method and set-in sleeves.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this mens round neck sweater, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night online collection by Josh Bennett. Using the beautifully soft traditonally spun Rowan Tweed (wool), this sweater features bold wolf motifs worked using the intarsia method and an interesting saddle shoulder strap.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Magazine 56 - Online Collection, Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56

Knit this unisex accessory hat from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56 as an exclusive free download, a design by Sarah Hatton using the beautifully soft, traditionally spun Rowan Tweed (wool.) This pull on beanie has an all over cable and rib design. This free pattern PDF has also been translated into French, German & Dutch - only print the pages you need after downloading.

Associated Products: Colourspun, Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56

Knit this womens fairisle cardigan from Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine 56, a design by Martin Storey using a beautiful combination of Colourspun (Wool and Mohair) and Rowan Tweed (Wool). With drop shoulder and edge to edge fastening, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed, Colourspun, Frost
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56

Knit this womens cabled sweater with fairisle yoke from Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine 56, a design by Marie Wallin using a wonderful combination of Rowan Tweed (Wool), Colourspun (Wool and Mohair) and Frost (Alpaca and Viscose). With cable lower body and fairisle yoke, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56

Knit this Mens Fairisle sweater from Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine 56, a design by Martin Storey using the beautifully soft, traditionally spun Rowan Tweed (Wool) with round neck, set-in sleeves and tartan pattern. This knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed DK, Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: DC and Tutor Competition Online Collection

Knit these Fairisle and lace Wrist Warmer Accessories, a free pattern part of the DC and Tutor competition designed by Carol Meldrum using the ever popular Felted Tweed (wool, alpaca, viscose) and delightful Rowan Tweed (wool) this knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Associated Products: Colourspun, Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this womens cropped fairisle sleeveless pullover from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Marie Wallin using the perfect combination of Colourspun (wool and mohair) and Rowan Tweed (wool). This design is ideal to be knitted in the round and is suitable for the average knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this mens striped sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Martin Storey using Rowan Tweed, a traditionally spun tweed yarn (wool). With fold down collar and button detail, this knitting pattern is suitable for the average knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Tweed Collection

Knit this womens cable cardigan with fairisle yoke and moss stitch bands from our Tweed Collection. A design by Marie Wallin using Rowan Tweed a beautifully soft, traditionally spun yarn comprising 100% wool. This knitting pattern is suitable for experienced knitters.