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Associated Products: Thick 'n' Thin
Associated Publications: Simple Shapes Thick ‘n’ Thin

Crochet this necklace from the Simple Shapes Thick 'n' Thin Collection, a design by Lisa Richardson using the beautiful yarn Thick 'n' Thin (merino wool). With layered detail, this crochet pattern is for the beginner crocheter.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash DK, Baby Merino Silk DK
Associated Publications: DC and Tutor Competition Online Collection

Knit and crochet this Owl Doorstop a free pattern part of the DC and Tutor competition designed by Sara Thornett using the exciting  Pure Wool Superwash DK (wool) and Baby Merino Silk DK (merino super wash wool and tussah silk) using the fairisle technique and wit crochet wings, this pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed, Pure Wool Superwash Worsted, Thick 'n' Thin, Pure Wool Superwash DK
Associated Publications: Trent Homeware Collection

Knit this textured homeware mat, a free pattern to download as part of the Trent Homeware Online Collection. Designed by Nottingham Trent University student Nicola Watson using a selection of some of our most popular yarns; Rowan Tweed (wool), Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool), Thick 'n' Thin (wool) and Pure Wool Superwash DK (wool), this stylish mat is made up of five sections that are all knitted the same however, each yarn gives a different look and texture. This mat is then finished with a crochet edging.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this womens elegant wrap with floral motif from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Marie Wallin using our luxurious yarn Kidsilk Haze (super kid mohair silk). Knitted using the intarsia technique, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Fine Lace
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this womens v neck sweater with buttoned deep cuff detail from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Lisa Richardson using the luxurious Fine Lace (alpaca and wool). With crochet central panel, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this womens pretty lace top from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Marie Wallin using our ever popular Kidsilk Haze (super kid mohair). With pleat detail and crochet edgings, this knitting pattern is suitable for the average knitter.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54

Knit this womens delicate wrap sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 54, a design by Marie Wallin using our ever popular Kidsilk Haze (super kid mohair). With stocking stitch body and scarf collar, this knitting pattern is suitable for the average knitter.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton 4 Ply, Pure Wool 4 Ply
Associated Publications: Little Star

Crochet and Knit this child’s cardigan from Little Star, a design by Marie Wallin using the gorgeous yarns Wool Cotton 4ply (cotton and merino wool) and Pure Wool 4ply (super wash wool). With the back and front of the cardigan made up with beautifully coloured crochet squares and sleeves, hems and yoke knitted in rib, this pattern is for the intermediate knitter/crocheter.

Associated Products: Pure Wool 4 Ply
Associated Publications: Little Star

Crochet this child’s motif snood from Little Star, a design by Marie Wallin using the lovely yarn Pure Wool 4ply (super wash wool). With a selection of beautiful crochet motifs and simple mesh bands making up this stunning snood, this crochet pattern is for the intermediate crocheter.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton
Associated Publications: Little Star

Crochet this child’s openwork sweater from Little Star, a design by Marie Wallin using the beautiful yarn Wool Cotton (cotton and merino wool). With a gorgeous openwork stitch pattern, straight neck and three quarter length sleeves, this crochet pattern is for the intermediate crocheter.