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Pattern Round Up, October 2019, YAK, Dani Sunshine Sari Nordlund, Christina Danaee, Kelly G, Becky Baker, Bristol Ivy

Pattern Round Up – October 2019

Some amazing patterns in this month Round Up ranging from statement jumpers to cozy winter accessories. ©   Dani Sunshine Starting strong here with the beautiful Unity jumper. Designed by our beloved teacher Dani Sunshine, this statement piece is knitted seamlessly from the top down. For hers Dani used Nuit and Genet from the Gilliatt range. Read the full article…

Pattern Round Up, September 2019

Pattern Round Up – September 2019

Happy Autumn everybody! Weirdly this year the change of season feels pretty good. We spent a lot of time yesterday planning ahead for Christmas and the holiday season and we feel completely ready to tackle the new term. I know it might seems a tad early but as Elodie recently pointed out there’s only 12 Read the full article…

Anna Maltz, Ruperto, Marlisle, Completed Project, Jacob, West Yorkshire Spinners, Fibre Co, Lore

Completed Project – Elodie’s Ruperto Scarf

As part of my New Year resolution I wanted to knit the scarf pattern from Anna Maltz book Marlisle – Ruperto. I really like the randomness of how the two colours come out when they are knitted together. Also winter finally came and I desperately needed a scarf! I chose to knit with the West Read the full article…

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Pattern Round Up – December

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite pattern releases from December and there have been some absolute crackers this month.  Perfect for some cosy Christmas knitting with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie (or three). 1. Eastwind by Emily Foden from Knits About Winter.There is so much to love about this warm Read the full article…

Oil Paint Cowl Amy van de Laar

Pattern Round Up – October

Our monthly pattern round ups seem to come around spookily fast and here we are again. We’ve rounded up our favourite new pattern releases for October. 1. Chroma: Knit in Colour by Jen Geigley Knits  Chroma is a collection of patterns inspired by pop art, cubism and abstract expressionism. We love the bright colours used, Read the full article…