Jane Murison

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I love sportswear more than I love exercise. The colour combos, stripes and weird textures. I’m never going to be an ultra marathon runner (respect if you are!), but I’m delighted to sit in front of the telly wearing a pair of over-engineered trainers shouting criticism at professional athletes: ‘Just hit the ball you donkey!’
Knitting: Cowl
‘Bumfle’ is a verb I thought was in common usage, which turned out to be a Scots word when I tried to use it on the English. It means ‘to bulk or puff up’. I designed this cowl to use nearly a whole 200g skein of super chunky yarn, highlighted with a motif in a finer DK yarn. It’s a quick knit, delivering a big squashy cowl for for emergency gi...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Boomtown Beanie has just found out it’s got a grumpy teenaged child who’s moved in and decided everyone in the family needs to become a vegan anarchist. This pattern is in support of the Tits Out Collective, which you can read about here: Countess Ablaze Blog Post
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
My walking commute takes me along the Manchester Ship Canal, whose skyline is an ever-changing collection of cranes, sunrises and sunsets, seagulls and new buildings springing up. This hat is in honour of my daily journeys, to keep you warm on yours.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is a mash-up of Louise Tilbrook’s Fuss Free Festival Shawl (FFFS) and Yarnison’s Urban Hero Shawl.
Knitting: Cape, Shawl / Wrap
If Batman wanted to blend in at a construction site while staying in touch with his sensitive side, this would be his go-to garment. For the rest of us, it’s the perfect accessory for staying warm and visible when we’re walking in gloomy weather (and magnetic bike reflectors make a great fastener). The choice of colours used here is the yarny v...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A sturdy top-down sock with textured heels and toes for sturdy urban living. The fabric is reminiscent of non-slip metal treads, and the heel and toe take their texture from manhole covers.