Patterns and Books
Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino 1.
Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino 2.
Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino 3.
Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino 4.
Hip hats to knit yourself, including berets, hats for children and even a headband or two. Fiona Goble has designed 36 fun and fast-to-knit hats for you to make, for yourself or your friends.
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.
£ 9.50 £ 2.95
You can never have too many mittens - but with 45 unique and creative patterns to choose from, you might get pretty close! Jorid Linvik's Big Book of Knitted Mittens includes dozens of patterns in multiple sizes, for children and adults - for the romantic and traditionalist, the cat lover and the rock star. The designs are thoroughly explained with clear diagrams and full-color photos, so even those without much knitting experience will be able to try their hands at making their own beautiful knitted mittens. Jorid Linvik also shares all kinds of handy tips on mitten knitting, as well as guidance when it comes to choosing needles and yarn - plus inspiration and encouragement to create new patterns of your own!
Kim Hargreaves is a collection of 12 designs that are created using some of the softest yarns available. In DK and Chunky weight yarns this collection of cardigans, sweaters and accessories is perfect for the winter season.
Bloomsbury is a timeless collection of fair isle and textured stitch jumpers and cardigans for women inspired by the life style and culture of the Bloomsbury group of artists and writers at the turn of the twentieth century. Each of the 8 designs is knitted using Rowan Felted Tweed, one of Marie's favourite yarns.
Blue Faced Leicester DK by Debbie Bliss. 12 designs form women, men and children using Blue Faced Leicester DK yarn.
£ 7.95 £ 2.95
Bobble and Wake cable patterned tank top by Debbie Bliss using Mia yarn (8 to 11 balls).
A hap is a Scottish dialect word for a simple shawl or wrap. Haps have a particular association with the Shetland islands where, for more than a century, they were knitted for everyday wear as well as for sale. Combining textile history with contemporary design, this book explores the story of the hap through five beautifully illustrated essays, and thirteen stunning patterns.