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Associated Products: Felted Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 60

This beautiful jumper designed by Sarah Hatton is knitted using Felted Tweed. Using two stunning shades of Felted Tweed this fairisle jumper is perfect for those with a love of colour work. With a flowing stripe sequence for the body and a lighter sleeve and shoulder section this jumper is eye-catching and flattering, an essential for the Autumn.

Associated Products: Lima
Associated Publications: 10 More Simple Cosy Projects

Knit this simple, stylish sweater with garter stitch edgings from 10 More, Simple Cosy Projects. A design by Sarah Hatton using the luxurious yarn Lima (baby alpaca and merino wool).

Associated Products: Pure Wool Superwash Worsted

Designed by Sarah Hatton this stunning textured jumper is knitted using Rowan favourite, Pure Wool Superwash Worsted is the members only pattern for October 2016, made from 100% wool. Featuring a gorgeous body cable pattern and worked using double moss stitch this cosy womens jumper is ideal for layering during the autumnal months.

Associated Products: Kid Classic
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 60

This yoked jumper is knitted using Kid Classic features a stunning fairisle feature. Designed by Sarah Hatton this elegant ladies jumper is perfect for the experienced knitter wanting a stylish and classic addition to their wardrobe. Using a gorgeous selection of earthy tones in the Kid Classic range this piece is essential for the winter season.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 60

This pattern is designed by Lisa Richardson and features a jumper and shawl, both knitted using Felted Tweed. The jumper uses fairile technique to create a classic style of simple sweater but leaves a striking effect due to the fantastic colourwork. A garment pefect for someone wanted to stand out of the crowd. The shawl also uses fairisle technique for the same pattern, featuring geometric shapes, very on trend for the Autumn and Winter and perfect for layering up to bring a unique look to any outfit.

Associated Products: Felted Tweed
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 60

This pattern is designed by Lisa Richardson and features a jumper and hat, both knitted using Felted Tweed. The patterns makes great use of cables for a beautiful textured effect and a delicate style. The jumper is elegant and using neutral shades can be worn for any occasion. The hat is a slouchy style and can be knitted in the brighter autumnal shades available in Felted Tweed, perfectly finished using a contrasting shade for your pom pom.

Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 60

This pattern is designed by Lisa Richardson and features a jumper and a beret, both using the eye-catching diamond colour work. The jumper, completed in Felted Tweed, uses intarsia techniques for the stunning striped colour work. The beret uses Felted Tweed Aran and can be used for a much more subtle effect using neutral shades for an accessory that will add style to any outfit.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: Big Wool Knits

This big beautiful sweater is a simple, modern piece knitted using the ever-popular Big Wool. Perfect for cosying up in, this jumper has gorgeous rib details and a ribbed roll neck, essential for short winter days.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: Big Wool Knits

This classic round neck jumper is definitely an autumn staple for your wardrobe. Knitted using our ever popular Big Wool. With a simple stocking stitch design this garment has beautiful raglan sleeves, perfect for someone wanting to develop their skills.

Associated Products: Big Wool
Associated Publications: Big Wool Knits

This Sweater is knitted using a Rowan Favourite; Big Wool. This stylish, chunky jumper will keep you warm as the months turn colder. Featuring a cabled panel and high ribbed neck this piece is perfect for those wanted to stay on trend as the winter months roll in.