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Associated Products: Rowan Fine Tweed
Associated Publications: Nordic Tweed

This sweater has a cute reindeer motif and has been designed by Grace Melville using Rowan Fine Tweed.

Associated Products: Fine Art
Associated Publications: A Knitted Sock Society

Knit these ankle length accessory socks from A Knitted Sock Society. A design by Rachel Coopey using the premium handpainted sock yarn Fine Art (merino wool, kid mohair and silk), these socks feature a pretty placement lace pattern.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze, Shimmer
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 46

Striped, lightweight, ladies’ sweater.

Associated Products: Cashsoft 4 Ply
Associated Publications: Scarlet

A close-fitting cardigan with square neck-line, worked in an eyelet pattern.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: Shadows

A classic cable and rib scarf.

Associated Products: British Sheep Breeds Chunky Undyed
Associated Publications: Purelife - The British Sheep Breeds Collection

Long-sleeved, collared cardigan.

Associated Products: British Sheep Breeds Chunky Undyed
Associated Publications: Purelife - The British Sheep Breeds Collection

Long-sleeved, collared cardigan.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: Windswept

Knit this ladies accessory chunky wrap from Windswept. A design by Marie Wallin using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), this pattern features a variety of cables giving the wrap lots of texture and is suitable for the knitter of average ability.

Associated Products: Creative Focus Worsted
Associated Publications: City Retreat

This neat fitting shrug, with shawl collar has been designed by Martin Storey using Creative Focus Worsted.

Associated Products: Rowan Fine Tweed
Associated Publications: Dee Hardwicke's Little Colour Knits

Knit these stylish homeware coasters from Little Colour Knits. A design by Dee Hardwicke using the lovely Yorkshire yarn Rowan Fine Tweed (wool), these coasters feature a checked pattern and are a great way to use up any oddments of yarn.