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Associated Products: British Sheep Breeds Chunky Undyed

Eco Ewe toy supports our Rowan Purelife range of yarns and has been knitted using British Sheeps Breeds Chunky - Undyed.

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: Felted Tweed DK

This halloween decoration can be knitted using Felted Tweed that is felted to form this spooky halloween pumpkin.

Associated Products: Pure Wool DK

This cushion has been designed to use up all the oddments of yarn that aren't long enough to be used in a project in their own right. It can be worked using either 4ply, DK or aran weight yarn from your stash.

Ollie is the ideal toy project for someone who knows basic crochet and wants to experiment with other techniques. He is made using oddments of Handknit Cotton and can be used as a paperweight or a decoration.

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.

Associated Products: Revive
Associated Publications: Easter Bunny - Online Collection

This cute bunny is the perfect Easter gift for any child and can be knitted using just one ball of DK yarn from your stash.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 44, Little Festive Knits - Online Collection

Knit this tasteful festive wreath from the Little Festive Knits Online Collection, for Christmas. A design by Sarah Hatton using Kid Classic, a perfect blend of lambswool and kid mohair this wreath is simple yet stunning.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton

This ladies casual hooded jacket uses All Seasons Cotton and was the members exclusive pattern for February 2002.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze

This glamorous, sequinned sweater uses Kidsilk Haze and was the members exclusive pattern for January 2002.