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Associated Products: Felted Tweed DK
Associated Publications: Rowan Design Awards 2013, Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this woven cable tunic dress from our Winchester School of Art Online Collection 2013, a design by Emma Middleton using the gorgeous yarn Felted Tweed (wool, alpaca & viscose). With textured body section, stocking stitch skirt and deep rib edgings, this design was a finalist in the Rowan Design Awards 2013.

Associated Products: Chenille
Associated Publications: A Colourful Home Online Collection, Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56

Knit this striking homeware cushion from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 56 as an exclusive free download, a design by Martin Storey using the wonderfully soft machine washable worsted weight yarn (wool.) This square cushion has a geometric triangular design on both sides. This free pattern PDF has also been translated into French, German, Dutch - only print the pages you need after downloading.

Associated Products: Revive, Cotton Glacé
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 49, Kaffes Homeware Online Collection

Kaffe has designed this cushion in his own unique and inimitable style, exclusively for the web site using Purelife Revive and Cotton Glace

Associated Products: Wool Cotton 4 Ply
Associated Publications: Little Rowan Collection

Knit this childrens round neck sweater, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Martin Storey using our wonderful soft blend yarn Wool Cotton 4ply (wool and cotton), this pull over has a moss stitch section, stripe details and button neck fastening.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton
Associated Publications: Rowan Junior Collection

Knit this childrens intarsia sweater, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Kim Hargreaves using the wonderful soft blend yarn Wool Cotton DK (wool and cotton), this sweater has an eye catching circle design and is available in sizes from 6 months to five years.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: The Kid Classic Online Collection

This moss stitch and cable cardigan, with two button detail, was designed by Sarah Hatton and originally featured in Rowan Studio Issue 14.  This free pattern PDF has also been translated into French and German - only print the pages you need after downloading.

Associated Products: Baby Merino Silk DK
Associated Publications: Classic Babies Online Collection

Once upon a time there was a bear family! Knit Daddy bear, Mummy bear and Baby bear designed by Martin Storey, a design from the Rowan archive originally featured in Classic Babies, this free pattern is now available to download. Using our gorgeous yarn Baby Merino Silk DK (merino superwash wool and tussah silk) this sweet family of bears are knitted in garter stitch and can be made in the colour combination of your choice.

Associated Products: Original Denim
Associated Publications: Denim People Collection

Knit this ladies sleeveless top, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Erika Knight using one of our best loved yarns Original Denim (cotton), this stocking stitch top has straps and a pocket made from an old pair of denim jeans.

 

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted
Associated Publications: Pure Wool Worsted Home Décor Online Collection

Knit this collection of homeware designs by Anne Featonby called The “Canuck Knitters Love Their Tea” using our wonderfully soft machine washable worsted weight yarn, Pure Wool Worsted (wool). This collection has a variety of different designs within the pattern, 2 cushions a tea cosy and also a thermos cosy.

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.