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Associated Products: Felted Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies round neck cardigan from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Sarah Hatton using the gorgeous yarn Felted Tweed (wool.) With a cabled yoke band which is worked sideways, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more advanced knitter.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed, Chenille
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies fairisle jacket from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Martin Storey using the gorgeous yarns Felted Tweed (wool) and Chenille (cotton.) With a stunning baroque style fairisle pattern and contrasting moss stitch borders, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies chunky roll neck sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Amy Herzog using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (merino wool and kid mohair.) With a placement cable down the middle of the sweater and deep rib edgings, this knitting pattern is suitable for the average knitter.

Associated Products: Brushed Fleece
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies cable sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Martin Storey using the super soft yarn Brushed Fleece (extra fine merino wool and baby alpaca.) With an all over chunky cable pattern and ribbed edgings, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Lima Colour
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies round neck sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Gemma Atkinson using the luxurious yarn Lima Colour (baby alpaca and merino wool.) With a cable pattern to the front of the garment and a ribbed back, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Kid Classic, Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies long line cardigan from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Lisa Richardson using two of our beautiful yarns, Kid Classic (lambswool and mohair) and Kidsilk Haze (mohair and silk) held together. With an all over cable pattern, deep v neckline and placement pockets, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies roll neck sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Gemma Atkinson using the gorgeous yarn Felted Tweed (wool.) With a two colour and slip stitch cable pattern, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies super long wrap from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Martin Storey using the beautiful yarn Kid Classic (lambswool and kid mohair.) With two cable patterns, bobble detail and moss stitch border, this knitting pattern is suitable is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Alpaca Colour
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this round neck cardigan from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Martin Storey using our exquisite self striping yarn Alpaca Colour (alpaca and cotton.) With a contrasting leaf motif and deep ribbed edgings, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.

Associated Products: Rowan Fine Tweed, Rowan Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58

Knit this ladies longer length cardigan from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58, a design by Lisa Richardson using the wonderful combination of two of our Yorkshire yarns Rowan Fine Tweed (wool) and Rowan Tweed (wool.) With an all over fairisle pattern, contrast ribbed edgings and pocket detail, this knitting pattern is suitable for the more experienced knitter.