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Associated Products: Cocoon, Handknit Cotton

this coffee cosy is quick and easy to crochet making an unusual little gift, whilst using up your oddments of yarn.

Associated Products: Summer Tweed

This sleeveless summer top has been taken from our pattern archives. Originally featured in Magazine 31 and designed by Kim Hargreaves it is now available to download.

Associated Products: Handknit Cotton

This jacket, knitted in Handknit Cotton, is a classic design taken from the archives. It was originally featured in Magazine 29 and is now available to download.

Associated Products: Colourspun
Associated Publications: Colourspun Online Collection

Knit this stylish yet cosy long sleeved sweater in the new Colourspun yarn, an essential winter piece.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze, Wool Cotton

This deep v neck jumper is accessorised with a crocheted scarf. It was featured in Rowan Studio Issue 1, and is now available to download.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton

This stunning summer jumper was originally featured in Magazine 35 and is now available to download.

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

This full length coat-style cardigan with ribbed sleeves was designed by Erika Knight and originally featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 42.  This free pattern PDF has also been translated into French and German - only print the pages you need after downloading.

Associated Products: Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowans Greatest Knits

A easy-to-knit poncho from Kim Hargreaves.

Associated Products: Original Denim
Associated Publications: Original Denim Online Collection

Knit this childrens zip up cardigan, a free pattern to download as part of our Original Denim Online Collection. Designed by Kim Hargreaves using our Original Denim yarn (cotton), this knitting pattern features contrasting moss stitch edgings, set-in sleeves and pocket detail.

Associated Products: Cotton Glacé

This adorable toy duo makes an ideal gift for any baby. Janice has knitted them using Cotton Glace but, why not use a similar weight yarn from your stash.