Patterns and Books
The best ideas for scarves from Knitter's Magazine are featured in this project book for knitters of all skill levels. Ranging from primarily functional pieces worn for their warmth to highly stylized accessories, and from simple, one- or two stitch creations to elaborately designed, multicolored variations, these 24 projects will appeal to either those starting out with more ordinary yarns and stitches to those who yearn to experiment with luxurious yarns and complex, exotic stitches. The projects' detailed, visually appealing illustrations guide knitters through each step of the more complicated techniques. Ideas for customizing and personalizing the projects are provided for those seeking to create a more individual look.
Sea Holly is a beautiful cabled hat using our lovely Pip Colourwork. You will need 2 balls. We've made it in the fab Bramley Baths. Named after the British wildflower Sea Holly whose Tall blue-green flowers and sharp angular features give it a distinctive appearance. Fun fact: Sea Holly isn't related to the red-berried holly common to Christmas decorations - its actually part of the carrot family!
Manos del Uruguay Serena Book 1 brings you four patterns for a variety of beautiful garments; a tank top, a cape, a cowl and a scarf.
Manos del Uruguay Serena is supported by Book 2 (Mother and Daughter), which includes six patterns for women and girls. The patterns include scarves, cardigans and sweaters.
SHETLAND is a beautiful collection of modern Fair Isle using Jamieson's of Shetland Spindrift. The collection of 8 garment and 4 accessory designs for women was photographed around the Shetland Islands capturing the wild beauty of this remote part of Scotland.
Sideways Knitted Jacket by Debbie Bliss knit in Debbie Bliss Paloma yarn (16 - 18 balls).
Sideways Knitted Sweater by Debbie Bliss. Women's short sleeved sweater knit using Debbie Bliss Rialto Lace yarn (2 to 3 b50g balls used).
5 patterns for women using Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend DK.
13 designs using Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend Fino
Silverweed has delicate cables trailing up the hat. Knitted in our lovely Pip Colourwork. You will need 3 balls. We've made it in the stunning Crucible. Named after the British wild flower Silverweed a member fof the rose family with bright yellow flowers and downy, silvery leaves.
A classic collection of eight simple-to-knit women's pieces designed to be worn through the cool spring months, warm summer evenings and even into the fall season. Neat little cardigans, scoop neck vests and boleros are designed to be layered over summer shorts and dresses.
In Simple Shapes Creative Linen, Marie Wallin takes 8 basic looks and updates them with open, drop and textured stitches, with stylish results.