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Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 46

Men's, pattern stitch, winter scarf.

Associated Products: Cocoon

Knit this womens round neck cardigan, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Sarah Hatton using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), this design features a striking horizontal cable and was originally featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 42.

Associated Products: Cocoon

Knit this accessory cable scarf, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Sarah Hatton using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), this supersoft cosy scarf features a hooded section and was originally featured in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 42.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this striking ladies cardigan, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night collection by John Bennett.  Using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), the bottom section of this draped cowl cardigan is knitted using a cable wrap stitch with deep rib detail to the top section. This cardigan can be belted to draw it in at the waist.

Associated Products: Cocoon
Associated Publications: What Do You Become at Night Designer Collection

Knit this mens hooded sweater, designed exclusively for Knitrowan as part of the What Do You Become at Night online collection designed by Josh Bennett. Using the beautiful yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), this hoodie has a contrasting garter stitch section and raglan sleeves.

Associated Products: Cocoon

Knit this accessory textured snood, available as a free pattern to download. Designed by Vicky Sedgwick using the luxurious yarn Cocoon (wool and mohair), this snood can be knitted in the pattern to your desired length and can be worn loose or wrapped round double.

Associated Products: Cocoon, Tumble
Associated Publications: The Knit Generation

Knit these ladies accessory mitts from The Knit Generation. Designed by Anni Howard using Cocoon as the main shade (wool and mohair) with Tumble to contrast (alpaca and cotton), these chunky mitts are knitted on double pointed needles or a circular needle if you choose to try the magic loop technique. (Instructions are given.)