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Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted
Associated Publications: Pure Wool Worsted Mystery Afghan Knit-a-long

This square design is the week 7 free pattern ‘French Plait’ from the Pure Wool Worsted mystery Afghan knit-a-long. Designed by Martin Storey and using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn, the square showcases a simple 4 stitch cable and garter stitch pattern.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long

The square design for Week 2 of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long is here. Designed by Kaffe Fassett and using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted
Associated Publications: Pure Wool Worsted Mystery Afghan Knit-a-long

This square design is the week 8 free pattern ‘Ripple Cable’ from the Pure Wool Worsted mystery Afghan knit-a-long. Designed by Martin Storey and using the stunning Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn, the square showcases a beautiful cable and lace stitch pattern.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted
Associated Publications: Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long
Here is the square design for Week 1 of the Kaffe Fassett Mystery Knit-a-long. Designed by Kaffe Fassett and using the beautiful Pure Wool Worsted (superwash wool) yarn.
Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted, Creative Focus Worsted
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Projects for Cosy Homes

Knit this chunky cabled throw from 10 Simple Projects for Cosy Homes. Designed by Sarah Hatton using the stunning combination of Pure Wool Worsted (wool) and Creative Focus Worsted (wool and alpaca), these yarns are held together and worked as one throughout making it super cosy.

Associated Products: Pure Wool Worsted
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Projects for Cosy Homes

Knit this homeware teapot and mug cosy from 10 Simple Projects for Cosy Homes. A design by Sarah Hatton using our wonderfully soft machine washable worsted weight yarn, Pure Wool Worsted (wool), the teapot cosy is worked in rib and the mug cosy in moss stitch. One ball of yarn will make 1 teapot and 2-3 mug cosies.