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

Knit this striking ladies cardigan, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night collection by John Bennett.  Using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), the bottom section of this draped cowl cardigan is knitted using a cable wrap stitch with deep rib detail to the top section. This cardigan can be belted to draw it in at the waist.

Associated Products: Alpaca Colour
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this ladies sweater with three quarter length sleeves, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night online collection by Josh Bennett. Using the beautiful yarn Alpaca Cotton (alpaca and cotton), this jumper features a subtle moon design worked using the intarsia method, with a wide, deep rib neckband and straight edge sleeves.

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: Lima
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this ladies sweater, with deep v neckline, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night online collection by Josh Bennett. Using the luxurious yarn Lima (baby alpaca and merino wool), this slip stitch sweater has deep ribbed contrasting edgings and set-in sleeves.

Associated Products: Rowan Finest
Associated Publications: Rowan Finest

 

Knit this womens rib and stocking stitch Sweater from Rowan Finest, designed by Sarah Hatton using the luxury yarn Rowan finest (Extra fine merino wool, cashmere & Royal Alpaca).  With round neck, worked in the round deep rib 3/4 sleeves details , this knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

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

Knit this womens fairisle sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56, a design by Galina Carroll using the ever popular yarn Felted Tweed (merino wool & alpaca). With a long turtle neck, drop shoulder and ribbed sleeves, this knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Associated Products: Summer Tweed, Fine Lace
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 55

Knit this womens textured  shrug from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 55, a design by Galina Carroll using the gorgeous yarns Summer Tweed (silk and cotton) and Fine Lace (baby suri alpaca and fine merino wool). With lace and stripe patterns and rib bands, this knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Associated Products: Revive, Cotton Glacé
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 55

Knit this womens drop shoulder tunic from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 55, a design by Marie Wallin using the ever popular yarns Purelife Revive (silk, cotton and viscose) and Cotton Glace (cotton). Knit in a texture and colour stripe and a slash neck, this knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton 4 Ply

Knit this ladies square neck cardigan, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. A design by Stella Smith using our wonderful soft blend yarn Wool Cotton 4ply (wool and cotton), this design has instructions for an eyelet version or a beaded version.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed DK

Knit this beautiful fairisle cardigan, the member’s monthly exclusive free pattern for May 2013. Designed by Martin Storey and using the stunning yarn Felted Tweed (merino wool and alpaca). With a gorgeous colour stitch pattern, short set-in sleeves and contrasting bands, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter