Patterns and Books
Knits About Winter celebrates the quiet magic of a snowy landscape, the meditative joy of creating cosy knits, and the beauty of unique yarn. A collection of 12 knitting patterns by Emily Foden, these designs capture the magic and mystery of winter, all featuring her distinctive hand-dyed yarns.
Knits for Men from Isager Yarns. 8 handsome knitting patterns for sweaters for men and teenage boys by Marianne Isager.
• 30 blissful designs to indulge, cocoon, pamper and detox • Cosy homewares, accessories and casual garments • No matter what your mood you will find the perfect project for an instant pick-me-up
£ 18.99 £ 9.99
No-one can resist knitting a pretty pair of baby bootees for a new baby - so here are twenty of them, all unique but all equally irresistible, in a range of colours and styles. Each pair of bootees requires relatively small quantities of yarn and can be knitted quickly and easily using the clear, step-by-step instructions provided. Each project is accompanied by lists of the materials and equipment required and a stunning full-colour photograph. Suitable for babies from newborn to 6 months. 20 fabulous designs to knit in a range of colours and styles Easy and fun to make
Beanies are a winter favourite among home knitters, and here Susie Johns shows you how to knit them using the simple patterns in this book. Susie's designs are fun, fresh and inspiring, and will appeal to a wide range of knitters. From traditional to contemporary, fun and funky and knitted in bright, vibrant yarns to muted pastels, there is something for everyone. Susie has designed patterns suitable for men, women, children and babies; for a relaxed look, go for the oversized Slouch Beanie, a little girl would love the cute Charm Beanie, choose the soft, cream Baby Beanie for a new arrival and the Beastie Beanie for a fun-loving lad! Knitted beanies also make fantastic gifts for special friends and relatives. 1. 20 fantastic designs and 20 colourful alternatives 2. Easy-to-follow knitting patterns 3. Beanies are a huge fashion trend
or the ultimate in color and pattern choices, knit your home accessories. Pillows, bolsters, afghans and throws are the core of this collection of home accessories from the archives of Knitter's Magazine. New companion pieces round the 25-plus projects into collections that season a room or the entire house. One-size-fits-all rarely works even in interior knits so many pieces can be knit in a range of sizes. Choices for color and fiber are even more varied: yarns ranging from easy-care to luxury blends to organic, fit all budgets and priorities. A special section helps in planning alternate color schemes. Clear illustrations encourage the knitter to try a new technique or an easy finishing option no-sew pillows, throws that you can (they look good on both sides), fool-proof washing and storing of knits. Handknits are the ultimate accessory for the green home: the yarns can be organic; the fibers can complement the interior climate, warm or cool; the pieces are definitely now throw-aways but will be used for years You'll want to try a wide range of techniques featured in this at home accessories book
Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 64, celebrating 40 years of Rowan! This special anniversary edition features two design story’s, Ruby and Alpaca Classic. Ruby is a collection of 20 designs by iconic knitwear designers, the inspiration is simply Rowan’s Ruby Anniversary. The Second story is a collection of 17 relaxed designs by Lisa Richardson, all worked in the gorgeous new yarn Alpaca Classic offering a choice between deep jewel colourwork pieces and a natural neutral pallete.
An invaluable guide for anyone wishing to master the art of knitting double.
15 designs for accessories and garments from Bristol Ivy with comprehensive design guidance.
Arne & Carlos seek to preserve tradition while creating pieces that are fresh and modern. The 33 patterns in this book have been inspired by Setesdal’s cultural heritage but were designed with a little twist.
Lace and Moss Stitch Sweater by Debbie Bliss knit using Debbie Bliss Cotton DK yarn (15 to 19 balls).
Lace and Twist Tank top single pattern by Debbie Bliss. Sleeveless top knit in Debbie Bliss Luxury Silk yarn (6 to 8 balls).