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Associated Products: Wool Cotton

This traditional mens argyll style cardigan uses Wool Cotton and was the members exclusive pattern for February 2008.

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

This practical bag a free pattern to download as part of our Original Denim Online Collection, this pattern uses Original Denim yarn (cotton) and was the members exclusive pattern for February 2005.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze

This cute, gypsy style top uses Kidsilk Haze and was the members exclusive pattern for December 2007.

Associated Products: Cocoon

Crochet this chunky homeware blanket, the member's exclusive free pattern for December 2014. Designed by Marie Wallin using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (merino wool and kid mohair), this blanket is made up of a series of striped patches and finished with a crochet trim.

Associated Products: Cocoon

This crocheted cowl neck tunic uses Cocoon and was the members exclusive pattern in March 2008.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton

This fitted ladies jacket uses Wool Cotton and was the members exclusive pattern for February 2003.

Associated Products: Cotton Glacé

This throw with alternate spot and stripe panels uses Cotton Glace and was the members exclusive pattern for August 2002.

Associated Products: All Seasons Cotton

This casual mens cable sweater uses All Season Cotton and was the members free pattern for October 2007.

Associated Products: Pure Linen

Knit this simple elegant top by Vibe Ulrik. Worked in Rowan Pure Linen it has a simple stripe pattern formed by working 1 or 2 ends of yarn alternatively. It also features short row shaping shoulders which would make it suitable for the knitter with a little experience.

Associated Products: Panama, Kidsilk Haze, Fine Lace

Knit this ladies pretty, round neck tunic, the member's exclusive monthly free pattern for April 2014.  Designed by Lisa Richardson using this lovely combination of yarns; Panama, Kidsilk Haze and Fine Lace, the lace design is worked in stripe sequence to give this stunning effect.