Give yourself a treat with Martin Storey's collection of contemporary simplified fairisle designs. Choose from 14 designs from hats, socks, scarves and cushions plus a slipover, bag, throw and garland - all with only two colours in a row.
This collection of one & two ball projects have been designed exclusively for the Knitrowan website. With fabulous accessory designs ranging from snoods and leg warmers to hats and scarves there's a two ball accessory for everyone!
This collection showcases a selection of our chunkier yarns including, Thick ‘n’ thin, Tumble, Alpaca Chunky and our new ‘Fur’ yarn, making these accessories super quick to knit. The 15 designs include, hats, scarves, cowls, capes and interesting neck pieces from our in house design team.
A collection of five timeless designs using our Pure Wool Worsted yarn. Patterns include two longline ladies sweaters, a wonderful slouchy cable bag and a cable hat and fingerless mittens that can both be knitted using just one ball of yarn. These designs are all free to download for Row@n members.
The Amore Collection is inspired by the beautiful yarn itself, Kidsilk Amore and Kidsilk Amore Shimmer. With 8 designs, including shawls, wraps, hats, wrist warmers and a relaxed short sleeve sweater, all designed by Lisa Richardson.
A beautiful collection of 10 designs for children aged ranging from 0-3 months to 5 years, showcasing the luxurious yarn baby silk merino dk. The designs range from bright and easy to wear casual knits to cosy hats and scarfs, and theres even a cute little purse for your precious little ones.
This mini collection featuring the luxurious yarn Fine Art Aran showcases 8 easy to wear designs taken from the Rowan archive and originally designed by Kim Hargreaves and Martin Storey. There’s definitely something for everyone in this collection ranging from a simple slouchy hat to oversized collared jacket.
The Big Wool Colour Collection designed by Lisa Richardson is a collection of 13 colourful and fun patterns. Garments feature Big Wool Colour for a more fun vibrant look but it is also blended with Big Wool for a more subtle effect. The fun aspect of these garments is encompassed by the design ‘Foxtrot’ which can be worn in a 4 diff erent ways. Ranging from cowls, scarfs, hats and caplets all the way through to warm and cosy garments, this collection shows Lisa’s signature style for unusual fastenings and interesting stitch techniques.
The fourth book in the Sarah Hatton cosy series is something of a departure as it's an introduction to crochet. Crochet is set to be a big trend on the catwalk this summer so this book is designed to help take your first steps into the techniques. This book forgoes the complicated abbreviations that can sometimes seem like another language and seem daunting. Featuring simple scarves and hats which are quick to work through to more substantial projects such as the cardigan or shrug.