To mark the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who we bring you this wearable striped accessory scarf, a free pattern download designed by Sarah Hatton. Using the wonderful super wash yarn Pure Wool DK (wool), this knitting pattern uses the yarn in bold, contrasting stripes re-creating the look of Tom Baker's original scarf.
Knit this womens embroidered cowl, a free pattern download from the winner of our design competition. Designed by Julie Ferguson and using the gorgeous yarn Kid Classic (lambswool and kid mohair), the cowl is knitted throughout in stocking stitch, with a beautifully coloured embroidered pattern through the centre section. This knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter. This pattern is an artist interpretation of original tribal symbols. This free pattern PDF has also been translated into French, German and Dutch - only print the pages you need after downloading.
This wallet is perfect if you are teaching children to knit. The perfect holder for Halloween treats! It has been designed by Jemma Weston exclusively for the web site and uses one ball of Kid Classic.
Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze Stripe, Fine Art
Knit this stunning drop stitch scarf, a free download designed by Nancy Kleiber using the exquisite yarns Fine Art (merino wool, kid mohair and mulberry silk) and Kidsilk Haze Stripe (super kid mohair and silk). With a beautiful stitch pattern that showcases the yarns wonderfully together, this knitting pattern is for the beginner knitter.
Knit these super cosy accessory cowls, designed for Wool Week 2013 as exclusive free patterns to download. Designed by Sarah Hatton using our popular yarn Big Wool (wool), you can choose between a simple garter stitch or chunky cable version. Can't decide, then why not knit both!