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Associated Products: Wool Cotton
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 44, Design Classics Online Collection

To celebrate our 30th Anniversary, Rowan designers were asked to choose one of their favourite designs from the archives and re-work it in current yarns. Sasha Kagan chose Rosebud which was originally featured in Magazine 34.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze

This unusual design has a tie front section combined with the cardigan. It uses Kidsilk Haze and was the members exclusive pattern for August 2010.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 46

Bobble-stitched, roll-neck, ladies’ poncho.

Associated Products: Cocoon

This girls cable cardigan, with one button detail, uses Cocoon and has been designed exclusively for the web site by Sarah Hatton.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton

This versatile, long cardigan has been taken from our archives. Originally featured in Magazine 29 and designed by Kim Hargreaves it is now available to download.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton

This ladies cropped jumper with button embellishment uses Wool Cotton. Designed by Kim Hargreaves, it was originally featured in Rowan Knitting Magazine no 32 and is now available to download.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 46, Navajo Online Collection

This long line jumper, with pocket detail has been designed exclusively for the web site by Sarah Hatton.

Associated Products: Summer Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 47, Kaffes Summer House Online Collection

This throw is an adventurous project designed by renowned textile artist Kaffe Fassett. The structure of repeating these boxes and the colours moving diagonally up the work, make it a compelling knit.

Associated Products: Pure Wool 4 Ply

This pinstriped ladies waistcoat use Pure Wool 4ply and was the members exclusive pattern for February 2008.

Associated Products: Kid Classic

This alternative Christmas Advent calendar can be made from oddments of yarn. Jemma Weston has used Kid Classic but any other yarn from your stash, that is suitable for felting, can be used as a substitute.