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Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Embrace

Knit this luxurious scarf from Embrace. Designed by Kim Hargreaves using Kidsilk Haze this generous scarf feature simple lace chevrons worked in two colours.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

These wristwarmers are done in single rib stitch.  When the desired length is reached the seam is joined back using mattress stitch; a gap is left for the thumb.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

This simple striped scarf is in stocking stitch and can be any number of colours (four are used here).  It can be any length you want.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

This simple hat is shaped in stocking stitch with mattress stitch used to join back the seam.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

With this simple scarf every stitch is garter stitch. It can be any length you want and fringing may be added if desired.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

This headband in lambswool and mohair is knitted using doubled yarn.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

This simple hat is shaped in stocking stitch and rib stitch, with mattress stitch used to join back the seam.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

This simple scarf is done in stocking stitch and rib stitch.  It can be any length you want.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Cosy Projects

With this simple scarf the rows are alternatively knit and purl so set stocking stitch.  It can be any length you want and, when completed, the ends can be joined to create a loop scarf.

Associated Products: Creative Focus TM Worsted
Associated Publications: City Retreat, City Retreat Digital Collection

This stripy, garter stitch scarf is finished with cute pom poms and has been designed by Martin Storey using Creative Focus Worsted this pattern can also be knitted in Pure Wool Superwash Worsted (superwash wool.)