Sam has knitted the Circle Flowers Sweater by Dee Hardwicke (featured in her Colourwork Knits pattern collection) using three shades of Rowan Valley Tweed. It looks fab!
Penny has knitted this version of the Honeycomb Waves blanket (a free pattern available on Ravelry.com) using a variety of shades of Noro Kureyon yarn. The pattern is deceptively simple and involves using slip sitches and particulary suits multi-coloured yarns such as Noro.
Anne has knitted these beautiful baby knits is Rowan Baby Cashsoft Merino yarn.
Janet has knitted this jumper in Rowan Big Wool from the pattern Zara. It looks just great in this superbly soft, super chunky yarn.
Bindy has knitted this beautiful short-sleeved sweater of her own design using Rowan Sultano yarn. This is a luscious blend of silk, cashmere and mohair and is currenly on sale! Perfect for accessories. (Limited stock remaining.)
James is wearing a patterned yoke sweater of his own design, knit in super chunky yarns.
Here is Karen (of the World War 1 quilt fame) doing what she does best - knitting wih Noro yarn. She has combined Noro Kureyon with West Yorkshire Spinners chunky Retreat to stunning effect. The pattern, Wicker Lace Pullover by Yoko Hatta, is from Noro Kureyon - the 30th Annversary Collection. Karen lengthened what were short sleeves in the original.
Sally has knitted this lovely tunic sweater in Rowan Pure Wool Worsted. It's a shade that suits her so well - we love its simplicity.