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Associated Products: Baby Merino Silk DK
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Knit these lovely little bunny jar toppers, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Gemma Atkinson and using the stunning yarn Baby Merino Silk DK (merino superwash wool and tussah silk). Worked in stocking stitch using bright and cheerful colours and in two different sizes for either your jam jar or sweetie jar, this knitting pattern is for the beginner knitter.

Associated Products: Baby Merino Silk DK
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Knit this lovely cushion, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Andrea McHugh and using the beautiful yarn Baby Merino Silk DK (merino superwash wool and tussah silk). With a plain stocking stitch front and striped back and a cute fabric pocket detail, this knitting pattern is for the beginner knitter.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Crochet these gorgeous large and small hens, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Andrea McHugh and using the lovely yarn All Seasons Cotton (cotton and acrylic). Worked in double crochet with simple chain legs and crown details, this crochet pattern is for the beginner crocheter.

Associated Products: Baby Merino Silk DK
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Crochet these super cute chicks, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Lisa Richardson and using the gorgeous yarn Baby Merino Silk DK (merino superwash wool and tussah silk). Worked in double crochet with cute beak and wing details, these chicks can either be used as an egg cosy or a small toy for little ones. This crochet pattern is for the beginner crocheter.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Knit this gorgeous cushion, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Pauline Ellis and using the beautiful yarn Wool Cotton (wool and cotton). With a plain stocking stitch back and simple and effective butterfly stitch front, this knitting pattern is for the beginner knitter.

Associated Products: All Seasons Chunky
Associated Publications: The Easter Collection 2014

Crochet this beautiful Easter basket, a free pattern download as part of the Easter Collection 2014. Designed by Vicky Sedgwick and using the wonderful yarns All Seasons Chunky (cotton and acrylic) and Baby Merino Silk DK (merino superwash wool and tussah silk). Worked mostly in double crochet with a beautiful flower detail, this basket is perfect for those fun Easter hunts. This crochet pattern is for the beginner crocheter.

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

This unique bean bag is a free pattern to download as part of our Original Denim Online Collection. The design uses both a pair of jeans and Original Denim yarn (cotton) in its construction. It was the members pattern for March 2004.

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: 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: British Sheep Breeds DK Undyed
Associated Publications: British Sheep Breeds 2010

Designed using our 100% British wool, the British Sheep Breeds Homeware and Garment collection supports the Campaign for Wool. This Basketweave cushion has been designed exclusively for the web site by Marie Wallin.