Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Christmas Stocking
These lovely little stockings are a great way to learn all the basics of sock knitting and make great decorations for your tree or bunting to decorate your home.
Knitting: Pullover
Featuring our beautiful new shade, Penstemon, the patterns in the Monarch jumper were inspired by the intricate and colourful patterns nature has created on this insect, so common across the UK. The constantly shifting lace panel on the neckline really brings to life the shapes on its wings.
Knitting: Pullover
The silkworm is an intriguing creature and the rib and cables in this pattern remind us of groups of them inching their way along a mulberry leaf before they make their beautiful round cocoons. Emma has introduced lace in to the pattern at the top of the jumper to add even more interest to this design.
Knitting: Pullover
Inspired by the simplistic structures and clean lines of Japanese art. This edge to edge cardigan is simply beautiful. The lace and chevron pattern adds a delightful stitch interest.
Knitting: Pullover
This elegant seamless top is knitted in the round for a wonderfully elegant finish. Feather and fan, combined with the use of two contrasting colours, make this a great garment to add drama to your wardrobe. We can’t wait to try this design in other colour combinations.
Knitting: Cardigan
Inspired by the simplistic structures and clean lines of Japanese art. This edge to edge cardigan is simply beautiful. The lace and chevron pattern adds a delightful stitch interest.
Knitting: Pullover
Here is a lovely jumper which combines quilting on a stripe pattern with a slip stitch pattern and ¾ sleeves with a fluted edge.
Knitting: Pullover
Designed by Amanda Crawford, Sencha has a simple gradient stripe that blends hues of grey together to create a stunning twisted rib sweater. Easy to knit but with plenty of interest in the final effect.
Knitting: Cardigan
Tatami is a beautifully delicate cardigan knitted in our 4ply Extra Fine Merino. The stitch pattern reminds us of rice fields and their continuous rows of shoots growing up in serried ranks. The weaving of the twisted rib travelling up the cardigan creates a flattering silhouette.
Knitting: Pullover
Zen is a perfect blend of simplicity and elegance. This cold shoulder vee neck sweater has a beautiful lace inset travelling across the hemline creating panelling that is mirrored with eyelet detail down the sleeves.
Knitting: Cardigan
The way the chevrons in this design interlink in contrasting colours, moving in perfect unison together to create the zig zag pattern puts me in mind of the yarn travelling through the spinning machines in our mill.
Knitting: Pullover
This cable pattern is inspired by classic cables with a twist. Emma’s ‘pleated knots’ cable pattern emerges from a wide rib to form a feature around the upper body and shoulders of the sweater. The sweater fit is loose at the hip and with drop sleeves that also have a pleated knot motif at the cuff.
Knitting: Cardigan
Katya has designed a beautifully delicate edge to edge cardigan that is inspired by the changing seasons. The lace leaf pattern that flows along the edges of the cardigan adds romance to any outfit.
Knitting: Cardigan
Knitted in our Fine Merino Dk this bottle cardigan is so rich in colour. The tight twisted rope cables move up the back of the cardigan and open into a diamond pattern which is mirrored by the pattern moving down the sleeve. This gives this classic piece a stunning twist.
Knitting: Pullover
Amanda has created an elegant jumper with a gentle scoop neck. The body is knitted from a combination of cables and eyelet stripes which enhance the flattering shape.
Knitting: Pullover
Inspired by bold Art Deco leaf motifs, Emma’s sweater design has a textured stitch pattern with an embossed appearance. The leaf design begins at the lower border with a single row of leaves. The point of each leaf becomes a “k1, p1, k1” rib on a reverse stocking stitch background. The rib pattern gives the garment flattering long lines.
Knitting: Tee
The multiple patterns in this design all came together from images of the Yarrow plant, or Cow Parsley as I was told as a child. The mock cables and rik racking bring to mind the lacy flower head and the twisted cables of the sturdy stem. Long and lean with a shallow neckline, cap sleeves and a side button welt, this garment is perfect for thos...
Knitting: Tee
This slouchy one piece t-shirt and two way shawl are inspired by the ever spreading aubretia that cloaks our landscape with bursts of vibrant colour. The never ending entwining crosshatch lace envelops the designs with a delicate 1 x 1 trim to add a clean crisp detail.
Knitting: Cardigan
This lace panel and moss stitch cardigan is reminiscent of the fruit form and texture of the Cherimoya tree. I love working with lace stitches and moss stitch is one of my favourite textures.
Knitting: Cardigan
Before fully unfurling, the new growth fronds of a woodland fern are tight little curls. These curled fern fronds are the inspiration for my fern cable and twisted stitch cardigan. Cable stems and twisted stitch fronds curl from flattering long lines on this v-neck cardigan.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Create your very own Eddie the Eagle hat in support of the launch of this much anticipated film which retells the story of how Eddie Edwards took a flying leap into history and people’s hearts at the Calgary Olympics in 1988. To personalise your hat, all the other letter of the alphabet are available as free pdf charts on our website.
Knitting: Tee
Inspired by the spiky plant leaves and flowers of the Hyssop plant, this twisted stitch design is set on a reverse stocking stitch background. There is a variation of scale in the design, with long runs of leaves beginning at the cast on edge and shorter runs towards the neckline.
Knitting: Cardigan
Inspired by citrus trees full of oranges, lemons and limes, this twisted stitch design is full of fruit. Each fruit motif hangs from a twisted stitch branch and has a tiny leaf. In this Kimono style cardigan, the short sleeves are grown on while knitting the back and fronts. This allows the citrus pattern to be carried on across the shoulders a...
Knitting: Cardigan
Taking inspiration from the rugged textures of the coastline, I combined cables and texture to create a classic little cardigan with quirky back detail. This design has been added to our collection following requests from visitors to our shows, who saw a similar design that I created for girls called Shingle.
Knitting: Cardigan
Honeycomb textures are made up of a simple cluster stitch that emulate the leaves of the Mesquite tree. A drapey waterfall cardigan with the body knitted in one piece from right front to left front with separate sleeves. The zigzag edging pattern moves smoothly into the main honeycomb pattern and back to the zigzag edging.
Knitting: Cardigan
Back to back cables and peacock plumes form the main pattern on this design. You can see why I thought of the Nile Lily (Agapanthus) when it came to naming this garment. A cleverly constructed envelope waistcoat with patterned fronts and collar knitted in one piece with a separate twisted rib back and cap sleeves.
Knitting: Pullover
Palm Bonsai captures the early start of spring time. I have teamed up the crisp pastel shades Duck Egg and Fennel into a travelling zig zag stripe to symbolise the new blossoms and buds of the first flowers of spring. This vee neck jumper has a slight flair from the empire line; just like flowers’ first opening.
Knitting: Cardigan
Inspired by the catwalk trends for cocooning, I wanted to create a beautifully simple cardigan with a spark of colour. Using Cream in Fine Merino DK the cardigan is made of three pieces. It is put together to form an elegant vee neck that is echoed at the back of the cardigan. The flower detail is created by wrapping yarn around elongated stitc...
Knitting: Pullover
Twisted ribs and mock cables make up this pattern. Surprisingly easy to do, this complicated look mirrors the fruit and fronded flower of the Satin Ash tree. A simple square tee shape with no shaping that is neat and flattering to wear. The perfect project for a beginner to lace knitting.
Knitting: Cardigan
This asymmetric cardigan is inspired by the sequoia tree, known as the giant of the
Knitting: Pullover
Inspired by the tall shoots and cool grey olive colour of the silver sage plant, this elegant and classic 4 ply t-shirt in Dove grey is created using an unusual changing rib stitch teamed with a beautiful scalloped fluted edge. The long lean lines of the ribs elongate the silhouette making a flattering jumper that echos the shape of the silver ...
Knitting: Dress
Amanda was inspired by French vintage knits to create this cute little dress. Knitted in the round in a single piece, it features reverse stocking stitch panels with simple decreases to create the A-line shape.
Knitting: Pullover
The striped Breton sweater is a French classic. My interpretation was inspired by the countless old black and white movies set in the arty Paris of the 1950s.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
I was inspired to design this blanket from the memories of being taken into an old fashioned sweet shop when I was a little girl. The garter stitch stripes are reminiscent of rainbow crystals and the cables are in the shape of candy twists.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This cute checkerboard textured hoody is perfect to keep your little prince warm. Charlotte thinks that this design would be ideal for wearing in the great outdoors.
Knitting: Cardigan
A sweet vee neck double breasted cardigan with a twisted rib trim, inspired by an old sepia photograph Amanda came across at a flea market in Paris.
Knitting: Pullover
Crew neck, raglan sleeve, Fair Isle sweaters for a boy or girl with back button fastening and a matching hat. The beautiful use of colour in Tiffany glass was the inspiration behind this gorgeous piece. A favourite of mine.
Knitting: Cardigan
This broken rib jacket was inspired by the chic and cool French boutiques, brimming with elegance and an air of vintage. It encapsulates the relaxed aura of the Parisians. A classic piece to treasure and pass on through the generations.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
I love the vintage shades in this Sunburst Granny square blanket and cushion. It reminds me of a doll’s blanket made for me by my favourite Aunt when I was a little girl.
Knitting: Pullover
A longer line tunic with a fancy gathered stitch edging in contrasting colours, inspired by beautiful tiles seen on a street in Paris. This jumper is a nice simple knit with just a little extra detailing around the edges to add that special touch.
Knitting: Pullover
A lovely two colour intarsia, raglan sleeve sweater for boys and girls. Intricate two colour cables add a three dimensional effect to the design which reminds Amanda of the ironwork on one of the old Parisian bridges.
Knitting: Cardigan
Agua is one of our Signature pieces; a luxury designer jacket that is a little more costly to make, but well worth the trouble. Agua incorporates winding cables and moss stitch worked into a luxurious chunky buckled jacket inspired by the alchemist’s practices and beliefs in the 4 elements. Plato’s description, ‘water flows from one’s hand when...
Knitting: Cardigan
Thalassa is one of our Signature pieces; a luxury designer jacket that is a little more costly to make, but well worth the trouble. Inspired by intertwining strands of chemical symbols, Amanda’s beautiful jacket is knitted using two strands of DK yarn together. The texture created by the stunning interlocking cables and twisted rib adds dramati...
Knitting: Cowl
My Brocade leaf cable design is inspired by richly textured medieval fabrics. The decorative cables and twisted stitches are reminiscent of the detailed designs found on these amazing fabrics.
Knitting: Cardigan
This classic shape allows the depth of colours and the beauty of our yarns to really shine out. Embellished with contrasting colour moss stitch elbow patches to add an individual look to this cardigan.
Knitting: Cardigan
Inspired by intricate scientific diagrams and formulae, Kalliope is a cardigan with a difference. Consisting of a three colour broken stripe bodice and lace peplum, this beautifully textured piece embodies a fusion of colour and stitches. The flattering shape is perfect for any occasion.
Knitting: Throw
In the Spring of 2015 we invited knitters and crocheters to create a 15cm square inspired by the Guild’s archive and the entries flooded in. We are very proud to present this blanket to you which showcases the ten finalists’ amazing work.
Knitting: Pullover
This vibrant thistle pullover was inspired by the formations of intricate fractals created by frost on a window on a cold winter morning. I have interpreted this by using a mix of twisting cables and lace paired with a delicate three quarter moss stitch sleeve.
Knitting: Pullover
Inspired by dark theatrical damsels. This ribbed tunic, with a delicate lace panel detail, has a romantic feel when teamed with a gorgeous tulle skirt or tailored trousers.
Knitting: Pullover
Amanda’s striking wide neck trellis stitch sweater was inspired by images of magnified minerals. The strong geometric patterning gives the impression of metallic clusters and the contrasting garter stitch striping adds lustre to the overall design. Once is not enough for this versatile knit.
Knitting: Pullover
Emma’s beautifully striking design is a constellation of shapes and colours with a theatrical medieval influence. Inspired by blooming flowers against harsh metallic elements this is a classic Fair Isle sweater, with wide neck and yoke, with raglan shaping. This sweater has an added twist with buttons down the back which gives a contemporary fe...
Knitting: Pullover
The rich, dark colours of the Trona tunic were inspired by the flowers of early Autumn. Deep purple, thistle, lilac and fuchsia can be seen in the Michaelmas daisies, gladioli and heathers in my garden. I placed a single panel of flowers against a French Navy background for maximum impact and the bi-colour rib trims echo the flowers perfectly.
Knitting: Pullover
A flowing leaf lace pattern adds delicacy to this easy to wear raglan. The sweater is worked in the round from the bottom up. The sleeves are joined with the body at the underarm for a seamless yoke design. We love the way Katya constructs garments and enhances their beauty.
Knitting: Cardigan
This cropped cardigan is inspired by the alchemical symbols and scientific charts that were used by alchemists in the 18th century. The perfect combination of colour and geometric shapes creates a contemporary fair isle design. Perfect to brighten up any outfit.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Stunning simplicity. Amanda celebrates the purity of garter stitch punctuated with a beautiful fan edging. This wrap will be something that you want to knit again and again.
Knitting: Pullover
This elegant raglan sleeve traditional Aran sweater has a distinctly modern feel. With long cable cuffs going into ribbed sleeves, the front and back have centre panels of intertwining off-set cables. To give it a final twist, Charlotte has added cables running up the side seams.
Knitting: Cardigan
Amanda was inspired to create this edge-to-edge jacket with smocked cable panel and irish moss stitch after seeing the textures and veins in rose quartz crystals. Wear it open or with a pin to create a different look.
Knitting: Pullover
This cable pattern is inspired by classic cables with a twist. My ‘pleated knots’ cable pattern emerges from a wide rib to form a feature around the upper body and shoulders of the sweater. The sweater fit is loose at the hip and with drop sleeves that also have a pleated knot motif at the cuff.
Knitting: Scarf
This effortless chequered lace pattern makes for a great first project for anyone wanting to venture into lace knitting. Knitted as one continuous rectangle that can be seamed at the end to make a cape or worn plain and simple as a scarf.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A beautiful lace cable shawl knitted with 2 ends of Merino DK to keep you extra warm on those cold Winter nights. Nice and long so you can wear the shawl in lots of different ways.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Loose fitting slouchy casual bed socks, perfect for keeping your toes toasty when the weather is cold. The fun herringbone stitch patterns in these designs are easy to follow and the instructions feature two thicknesses of yarn: aran and 4ply. Knitted from the top down, they feature a heel flap for comfortable wearing and a four point round toe.
Knitting: Pullover
This elegant seamless top is knitted in the round for a wonderfully elegant finish. Feather and fan combined with the use of two contrasting colours make this a great garment to add drama to your wardrobe. We can’t wait to try this design in other colour combinations.
Knitting: Cardigan
This simple yet elegant waterfall cardigan in garter stitch and subtle eyelet design is perfect for autumn walks along the coast. The waterfall design is perfect for wrapping up warm and keeping the first chills of winter at bay.
Knitting: Pullover
With its clean and classic silhouette this pullover features traditional cables, set in sleeves, fitted shoulders, and a round neck. A twisted knit stitch enhances the 1x1 rib, giving it a contemporary feel.
Knitting: Pullover
A loose fitting crew neck eyelet and moss stitch pattern sweater. Vertical striping gives this garment a lovely lean look while the lightweight boyfriend fit is perfect for casual days out.
Knitting: Pullover
Charlotte has designed a long raglan sleeve high necked cable and rib sweater, with central back to back cables moving out to introduce a ribbed ‘V’ that turns into a grown on high neck trim. Easy to wear and good to dress up jeans on the weekend - out shopping, on a country walk or out to the pub for lunch, this is the perfect jumper for any o...
Knitting: Pullover
You could be forgiven for thinking that this lovely striped jumper is crochet, but it isn’t. The easy knit three colour slip-stitch stripe creates this impressive effect. Neatly finished with lace welts, we just love it.
Knitting: Pullover
A long line classic tunic with a twist; this wide rib raglan tunic has contrast colour intarsia stripes up the sides and down the sleeves. A comfortable but chic throw on that won’t let you down on style.
Knitting: Pullover
The main pattern on this traditional Fair Isle sweater reminds me of an Escher picture. Worked in two shades, it is a good design to try out with different colour combinations. How about something dark and mysterious like the new Blackberry with Thistle?
Knitting: Cardigan
My Diamond Rib Kimono Jacket design features a diamond motif inspired by Japanese Sashiko Stitching. The wide ribbed panel gives the wearer the feel of being wrapped up in the jacket. The diamonds in the front panel are offset with two on the right and one on the left. The cuffs also feature the diamond motif.
Crochet: Scarf
This easy to crochet scarf features woven lengths of yarn to give a smart monochrome effect.
Knitting: Pullover
This is a short sleeved, tee shape tunic with lace and cable turtle neck and sleeves. The body in eyelet and contrast colour stripes with stud fastening side seams is striking, yet wearable. An easy but very effective use of colour and patterning, this is a great garment to dress up or down and is extremely versatile and the perfect addition to...
Knitting: Pullover
The simple re-working of a classic horse shoe cable creates dramatic and fashionable detail, transforming a simple top into something fresh and dynamic.
Knitting: Scarf
A sweet little lacy scarf with a cute picot edging. This quick knit scarf can add a splash of colour to any outfit day or night. Inspired by the beautiful climbing clematis plants.
Knitting: Pullover
A simple two colour easy fitting tee inspired by rows of neatly planted dainty flowers.
Knitting: Pullover
There’s nothing quite like a summer picnic on the moor. Gentle breeze, the gorse filling the air with a scent of coconut, and a jug of lemonade were all part of the inspiration for Bryony. Knitted in two pieces this top fits loosely in the upper body. The textured stitch pattern adds interest to an otherwise simple garment and is easy to memori...
Knitting: Cardigan
This beautiful edge to edge 1940’s inspired cardigan really catches the essence of wild flowers scattered across the English countryside. Perfect for those breezy summer walks along the canals.
Knitting: Pullover
This drop shoulder jumper really captures the delicacy of flowers in bloom, inspired by the intricacy of allium petals all entwined together.
Knitting: Cardigan
A delicate lace, loose fit easy to wear jacket, inspired by trailing tails of wisteria and antique lace panels.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
A striking wrap inspired by Irish Crochet motifs and a botanical palette.
Knitting: Pullover
I knitted this sweater last summer out of some left over yarn. It became my favourite sweater because its loose fit is not too warm for summer days. It is knitted bottom up in the round, in one piece, with very little finishing needed; making it the easy summer knitting project we are all yearning for on lazy days.
Knitting: Pullover
Skylark fair isle tee inspired by traditional fair isle sweaters worn by the land girls back in the 40s.
Knitting: Cardigan
This is a favourite of mine. I love the mini back to back cables that remind me of rope and the slight peplum that’s created by the change of stitch. Elegant and timeless, this is a perfect piece to dress up a pair of jeans or complement your best dress.
Knitting: Pullover
This sumptuous cabled jumper oozes yacht life. Inspired by the 1950’s glamorous sea escapes, the twisting cables emphasise the waves crashing and cascading into each other. Team it with a pair of patterned Capri’s to give you a cool but chic look.
Knitting: Pullover
This loosely fitted sweater with drop shoulders is the perfect layer for casual spring and summer days. The delicate lace pattern flowing up one side subtly mimics fish scales for a marine feel.
Knitting: Pullover
I wanted to play on the idea of lace and cables, broken down into a simple format. When used in this way it gives a very striking overall image to the garment. By replacing the cable with the extended stitch pass over, I was able to get the look of a deconstructed cable.
Crochet: Pullover
A casual relaxed fit crochet tunic with knitted rib borders and drop shoulder sleeves. Peephole stitch provides a warm light weight airy fabric.
Knitting: Sweater - Other
50’s glamour in the south of France gave me inspiration for this one, brought up to date by being knitted in the round in one piece with decreasing to give it shape. I can just imagine Brigitte Bardot wearing this on a yacht, sipping champagne.
Knitting: Pullover
This elegant travelling ribbed crew is inspired by the movement of the sea bed and the plant life twisting and turning together. This combination creates intricate and delicate patterns, with a pop of colour. Dress it up with some sparkle or dress it down with your favourite jeans to create a sophisticated but casual spring style.
Knitting: Pullover
My Spinnaker sweater design is inspired by beautifully detailed mosaics at the British Museum. The stitch pattern uses cables, twisted stitches and moss stitch texture to capture the movement of waves breaking on a sandy shore. The scalloped edges of the sleeves, front and back are made by combining moss stitch and ribbing.
Knitting: Scarf
A simple eyelet stitch beaded Summery scarf to add sparkle to any outfit in your wardrobe or the perfect accessory to take off the chill when the evening sets in. The stitch texture looks like sand after the tide has gone out and the beads look like little drops of water left behind.
Knitting: Cardigan
A stylish swing jacket with a horseshoe cluster stitch embellished with a smattering of beads. The integral shaping gives a little flare to the fronts of the jacket and the beads and stitch are reminiscent of sea foam.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl, Beanie, Toque
Combining great colours and different textures, these kids accessories are wardrobe staples. This pattern includes the written instructions for Skipper, a plain and striped slouchy hat, Rigging, a textured scarf and Reef, a rib snood.
Knitting: Cowl, Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
These easy stitch accessories are perfect for kids knitwear. This pattern includes the written instructions for Dulce, an eyelet lace hat, Kelp, a rib hat, Matelot mitts and Samphire, a ridge pattern snood.
Knitting: Pullover
Like the contrasting smoothness of the beaches to the craggy rocky headlands I wanted to create these contrasting textures in this sweater. I used stocking stitch for the smooth sleeves and hood and crunchy cables for the body.
Knitting: Pullover
I love using simple stitches and cables to create what first appears to be a classic knit and then you see the quirky back or elbow stars, which makes it a little bit different.
Knitting: Cardigan
An easy lace knit pattern with a quirky tie back detail and contrast colour edging, plus a matching bag.
Knitting: Scarf
As March is the month of Prostate and Ovarian Cancer Awareness, we decided to create a pattern where we will donate the net value to our chosen charities.
Knitting: Pullover
A classic, easy knit with a funky design twist. The slouchy wrap over neck keeps it casual yet on trend. The stripy cuffs are a subtle nod to the nautical.
Knitting: Cardigan
Taking inspiration from the rugged textures of the coast, beaches and sea, I combined cables and texture to create a classic little cardigan with quirky back detail that can be dressed up or down to suit any occasion.
Knitting: Cardigan
This long line raglan sleeved v-neck is the cardigan version of the Maugrim sweater. It features a twisted rib body and an integral button band. The sleeves are completed in a simple and elegant stocking stitch. You could wear this with a smart skirt or dress it down with your favourite jeans.
Knitting: Pullover
Amanda told us her inspiration when designing this garment was those chic Parisian ladies who always know how to put the perfect outfit together. Ooh la la. This timeless twisted rib crew neck has flattering fine stripes and gives more than a slight nod to the nautical. If you knit it in French Navy and Cream you’ll just need to tell the captai...
Knitting: Cardigan
A striking and fancy rib stitch jacket, with a distinctive grown on collar and button up front.
Knitting: Pullover
This elegant and textured pattern just oozes class. Taking inspiration from simple knits, the delicate knot stitch pattern is easy to do and gives an interesting textured finish. The twisted roll edge gives a beautiful wave effect which will look stunning in any of our colours.
Knitting: Pullover
This long line, raglan sleeved sweater cuts a timeless silhouette. Styled on its own or with a statement belt, this crew neck shape is so versatile. Featuring simple stocking stitch sleeves and wish a twisted rib stitch to the front and back, it is the ultimate wardrobe staple.
Knitting: Pullover
Here is a striking close fitting design from Amanda. Featuring chunky cable panels and a high crew neck, this sweater is stylish and modern. Pair it with jeans for a relaxed yet sophisticated look.
Knitting: Cardigan
Ramandu is perfect as a summer layering piece. Its sweeping chequered bands ebb into a narrow rib towards the neckline, visually framing the body. Taking its inspiration from the backbones of the most essential wardrobe staples, it is knitted from the bottom up in three parts.
Knitting: Pullover
Straight off the catwalk is this fashionable boxy boyfriend sweater. Featuring a high crew neck with slip stitch effect body and sleeves with garter stitch trims.
Crochet: Cowl
This isn’t just a cowl, it’s almost architectural. The crochet stitch is quite addictive.
Knitting: Pullover
A lightly textured top down knitted jumper that is understated and easy to wear. If you’ve ever tried knitting in the round this is the perfect time to try.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
A perfect combination of colour and texture to create this dramatic shawl.
Knitting: Cowl
A meandering cable that almost seems to dip in and out from the front to the back of this cowl. Will you be able to stop at just one?
Knitting: Pullover, Other Top
Catch is a seamless design worked in the round from the hem up with waist shaping. The clever use of stitch detail on the side panels adds to the flattering effect.
Knitting: Pullover
This is an occasion when less is definitely more. The cables on this bramble stitch design combined with raglan sleeves make for an elegant shape flattering design.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
An oversized cowl? A short capelet? What’s in a name, when your accessory looks this good.
Knitting: Pullover
Now this is interesting. Is it knitted from the bottom? Is it knitted from the side? Why not keep them guessing?
Knitting: Cardigan
A modern twist to enhance this project with stripes and garter stitch. Will you follow Jennie’s choice of colours or choose your own?
Knitting: Pullover
A deep twisted rib bring structure to this diagonal slip stitch jumper.
Knitting: Pullover
Jennie excels at giving a modern twist to vintage shapes and designs. This elegant fitted rib jumper is no exception.
Knitting: Pullover
A flattering crew neck that is a great addition to your wardrobe. Isabell has added a tuck detail to the front of this jumper that takes it beyond the classic.
Knitting: Pullover
Do you think this looks complicated? We can assure you this stitch is as easy as knitting stripes. Definitely one to impress your friends.
Knitting: Cardigan
A pretty pairing of cable and lace makes this cardigan ideal to wear just as it is or open over your favourite T-shirt. But don’t get ahead of yourself, it’s going to be a real joy to knit as well.
Knitting: Scarf
A perfect way too add some colour to your wardrobe. This slip stitch scarf is vibrant, yet remains elegant with a lacy edge and also offers the option of a pretty detachable bow.
Knitting: Cowl
A fascinating design of cables which creates this elegant cowl for your wardrobe. The clever use of colour gives a laced effect. What colours will you make it in?
Crochet: Scarf
Amanda has designed a floral lattice effect scarf with scalloped edging and tassels. Every crocheters dream cover up.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This very feminine and wearable triangular lace shawl is a must have for anyone’s wardrobe. In a pretty lace diamond design this is sure to wow.
Knitting: Poncho
Emma has designed such a unique piece here. The wonderful basket weave pattern adds such a beautiful texture, yet the intricate edging keeps it feminine and dainty.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Amanda has designed a truly attractive piece here. This crochet shawl with tassels has a beautiful fan trellis pattern to it. Shown here in our Fine Merino and Baby Alpaca DK yarn in Duck Egg blue, you will want to wear it every day.
Knitting: Scarf
Inspired by nature I have designed a trailing leaf design with an integral picot edge. I hope you enjoy making this cosy winter scarf.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Entrelac combined with cables, who’d have thought? You will really be able to show off your knitting skills with this cushion that Nick has designed in our fuchsia Fine Merino and Baby Alpaca Aran yarn.
Knitting: Throw
Nick has designed an intriguing throw with a truly original three colour wave pattern - a modern geometric statement that will be sure to catch one’s eye.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Here’s something to delight the little person in your life or even your own inner child. We couldn’t choose between the flying pig or bunny; they are just too precious. This pattern includes both designs for twice the cuteness!
Knitting: Cowl
Lily’s snood is bound to impress, the vivid colour and exciting moss stitch plait detail make a very special accessory,
Knitting: Throw
I really love knitting stripes and of course love working with vibrant yarn shades, so this was a perfect project. The touches of moss stitch add in some texture and the beads give the blanket a lovely weight. This is a perfect blanket for cosying up next to the fire and it kept me wonderfully warm while I made it too!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The four cosy colours in this slip stitch design will help bring some warmth into the colder months.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
This is a truly Scandinavian two colour snowflake Fair Isle hat and mitts set that Eline has designed. What a delightful gift this would be, in truly Christmassy colours. Anyone would be perfectly prepared for apres ski!
Knitting: Cowl
You can never have too many cowls. So here’s a tempting offering from Tanis. An intricate combination of cables, wrap stitches and bobbles; the finished piece has a certain drapey elegance.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
You can’t beat a good beanie hat to keep you warm. Juliet’s design features traditional Scandinavian motifs with a gorgeous snowflake on the crown to top it off. A great pattern to try out Fair Isle knitting.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Every household deserves a homemade cushion or two or three. Choose from two which have a two colour slip stitch, or a classic multi cable knit. All have moss stitch backs which means you can alternate which side you have on display. Or why not knit all of them - they sit together perfectly.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
The cable pattern in this hat and wristwarmer set is inspired by a beautiful 14th Century iron grill in the V&A’s Ironwork Gallery. It was originally made to protect the Chantry Chapel of King Henry V in Westminster Abbey.
Knitting: Pullover
This beautiful crew neck jumper is knitted in one piece. The elegant Fair Isle design above the cuffs and welt add an intricate design to this every day jumper.
Knitting: Collar
A beautifully fitted lace and rib neck warmer. Perfect for dressing up any outfit, as it can be worn under or, as shown in our pattern, over your coat to add a little je ne sais quoi.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Sasha has blended intarsia colour motifs with moss stitch to create this elegant shawl. The pretty pyramid shaped edging is finished off tastefully with tassels.
Knitting: Cardigan
A beautiful mix of Fair Isle patterns on the body of Amanda’s fabulous cardigan are balanced perfectly with the textured moss stitch sleeves. With set in sleeves and gathered edging, this is sure to become your wardrobe staple.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
We love the way Sasha puts colour together with technique. An oversized cushion like this will make a very rewarding project, not to mention a perfect addition to any home.
Knitting: Pullover
This crew neck ladies jumper has a real nautical feel and is perfect for any outing. A figure hugging yet flattering jumper, with a criss cross woven effect stitch. Take it from nautical to floral just by choosing your favourite colours.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
Katya always creates such interesting graphic motifs in her Fair Isle designs. A hat and mitts combo that works in so many colourways and is sure to complement any outfit.
Knitting: Pullover
Batwing sleeves are very of the moment and add a lovely silhouette to this jumper. Knitted in one piece from the top down and in the round, there is no need to concern yourself with any sewing up.
Knitting: Pullover
We admire the way that Jennie can take a very simple shape and make it so ultra-modern yet really wearable. This raglan sleeved, boat neck sweater, has a simple intarsia central motif. It’s up to you to decide whether to keep this design classic or modern by experimenting with your own colour choices.