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  1. A Year of Techniques

    A Year of Techniques

    £19.99
    Part primer, part pattern collection, A Year of Techniques brings you 12 tutorials to level up your knitting skills, each coupled with a beautiful pattern from a team of world-class designers.  Aimed at advanced beginner knitters and upwards, A Year of Techniques makes all these techniques clear and achievable.   The techniques covered include: helical stripes, intarsia, pinhole cast on, knitted-on edging, turning a heel, afterthought heels and thumbs, garter stitch grafting, Judy’s magic cast on (both for starting closed tubes, and as a provisional cast on), mastering dominance in Fair Isle knitting, reading cables from charts, short rows, and steeks, with patterns from Jen Arnall-Culliford, Bristol Ivy, Ella Austin, Romi Hill, Rachel Coopey, Ella Gordon, Jen Arnall-Culliford, Martina Behm, Mary Jane Mucklestone, Rachel Coopey, Sarah Hatton, Tin Can Knits and Woolly Wormhead.

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  2. An Caitin Beag Simpler Sinister Sweater Knitting Pattern

    An Caitin Beag Simpler Sinister Sweater Knitting Pattern

    £6.00

    Marna of An Caitin Beag has done it again, introducing this really fun DK Cat sweater to her alreayd awesome set of Cat Cardis and socks!

    The Simpler Sinister Sweater is a lovely straightforward knit – a short but effective colourwork section creates a yoke edged with sinsterly glowering cats. It’s designed as a relaxed knit for a cosy winter sweater.

    This sweater is worked in DK-weight yarn. 

    Choosing colours

    A large contrast between the cats and the background will give a bold, dramatic effect, but more subtle colour choices can also be effective. A varigated or speckled yarn can make a fantastic background to the cats.

    Swatching is essential!

    Each pattern comes with a code to download a digital version from Ravelry.

    Variations

    The pattern includes guidance for adapting it to both steeked and flat-knit cardigans.

    Sizes

    The Catdigan pattern comes with instructions for 16 different sizes, from: 44cm / 17.5” to 164cm / 64”. 

    See table below for sizes and yarn requirements.

    Pictures are copyright Marna Giligan of An Caitin Beag.

  3. An Caitin Beag Sinister Catdigan Knitting Pattern

    An Caitin Beag Sinister Catdigan Knitting Pattern

    £6.00

    Marna of An Caitin Beag about stole our hearts with this cardigan pattern!

    Not enough cats in your life? Or on your cardigan? The Sinister Catdigan will solve that problem. Look at all those smug, judgy little faces glaring out at the world, and plotting all sorts of sinister goings-on!

    This cardigan is worked in 4-ply yarn. It works well as a fitted cardigan with little or no positive ease, and also as a more relaxed, looser knit.

    The cardigan is knitted in the round, and steeked.  Swatching is essential!

    Each pattern comes with a code to download a digital version from Ravelry.

    Variations

    You can choose to knit a shaped or straight waist. The pattern includes guidance for converting it to a sweater, and there are also suggestions for adapting it to better fit you.  

    For the sweater: check the fit as the chest measurement will be approx 2cm/ 0.75” tighter than the cardigan version, so you may want to move up a size.

    Sizes

    The Catdigan pattern comes with instructions for 16 different sizes, from: 74cm / 29” to 164cm / 64”.  See product images for a schematic.

    You can choose to knit it as a fitted cardigan with little or no positive ease, or move up a size or two for a more relaxed knit.

    Yarn

    This cardigan is designed to work with a variety of 4ply/ fingering/ sock weight yarns.  This cardigan is steeked, so a wooly, easily felted, non-superwash 100% wool yarn is ideal. Any 4-ply / fingering / sock weight yarn is suitable, as are Shetland jumper-weight yarns.

    If you choose a superwash yarn, a sock yarn containing a little nylon, or a blend that’s not 100% wool you might want stitch the steek with a sewing machine zig-zag stitch or run a second reinforcing line of stitching when you’re reinforcing it. You might also want to catch the floats behind the cats more frequently.

    Yarns with more than 25% non-wool content are a bad choice for this project.

    If you’re unsure whether a yarn will work well for this pattern try making a small colourwork swatch, and cutting a steek in it. Two repeats of the cat-chart, along with the steek stitches, should be enough to give you a good idea.

    Yarn requirements (Sizes 1 to 16)

    Main Colour (1019, 1085, 1123, 1182) (1209, 1234, 1291, 1313) (1361, 1396, 1427, 1472) (1497, 1559, 1595, 1623) metres

    Contrast Colour 1 (Yoke) (114, 132, 151, 171) (182, 200, 227, 247) (261, 287, 315, 344) (360, 385, 425, 452) metres

    Contrast Colour 2 (Cats) (116, 121, 131, 141) (141, 151, 161, 167) (172, 182, 187, 202) (207, 218, 228, 233) metres

    Pictures are copyright Marna Giligan of An Caitin Beag.

  4. Baa Ram Ewe Dovestone Smallholding

    Baa Ram Ewe Dovestone Smallholding

    £15.00
    A book of 7 irresistibly cute toy patterns, with an accompanying play mat. Knitted in Dovestone DK, patterns include Lucy doll, Dabbling Duck, Fancy Hen, Plum Pudding Pig, Shetland Pony, Wensleydale Lamb and Hedgerow play mat.
  5. Boost Your Knitting by AC Knitwear

    Boost Your Knitting by AC Knitwear

    £22.00
    Remember when you finally learned how to ride your bike? Wasn't that an awesome day? Jen & Jim haven't forgotten how great it felt to take the stabilisers off, so they create another brand new year of learning for you to enjoy. Twelve new techniques, twelve patterns from twelve fabulous designers, twelve sets of photo and video tutorials, and most importantly, twelve opportunities for you to experience the joy of mastering something new! Boost Your Knitting is a completely self-contained programme that will grow your skills and build your confidence in your knitting. It follows a similar format to their first book, A Year of Techniques, but does not require any previous knowledge from that collection. Each of the monthly projects is for an accessory, allowing you to complete each project in a reasonable amount of time. The projects are accompanied by stepwise photo tutorials as well as online video tutorials. Projects include: • Bramen Cowl by Nancy Marchant (Tuck stitches) • Sterlyn Shawl by Joji Locatelli (Correcting mistakes in lace knitting) • Totally Tubular Mittens by Sarah Hatton (Tubular cast-on method in the round) • Apple Swizzle Hat by Thea Colman (Dip stitches) • Heartgyle Socks by Julia Farwell-Clay (Intarsia in the round) • Skystone Armwarmers by Felicity (Felix) Ford (Choosing colours for stranded colourwork) • Flying Leaves Scarf by Carol Feller (Brioche knitting, including increases and decreases) • Marangoni Hat by Tori Seierstad (Joining in yarns for colourwork) • Sooper Sweater by Anna Maltz (Marlisle) • Peaks and Troughs Hat by Jen Arnall-Culliford (Double knitting, including decreases) • Alcedo Socks by Wendy D. Johnson (Gusset short row heel for toe-up socks) • Brunny the Bunny by Ella Austin (Finishing techniques for toy knitting, including sewing together, stuffing, embroidering faces)
  6. Cama Rose Loops Blanket Knitting Pattern

    Cama Rose Loops Blanket Knitting Pattern

    £5.00

    The Loops blanket is based on a very simple combination of garter stitch and yarnovers.  It looks quite advanced but is very straightforward.

    The pattern is both charted and written.

    The Baby blanket, 70 x 96 cm, uses 6 balls of Yaku from Cama Rose and the Junior Blanket, 90 x 128 cm, uses 10 balls of Yaku. 

    Needles: 3mm and 4mm 100cm circular needles.

    Gauge: 26sts x 36 rows on 3mm.

    Baby blanket: 6 balls total.

    • 1 ball of the following colours: Råhvid (1000), Koral (1112), Sennepsgul (1990), Himmelblå (1221), Græsgrøn (1181) and Lysgrå (1041).

    Yarn for gauge swatch is included in this yarn requirement.

    Junior blanket: 10 balls total:

    • 2 balls in Natur (1003)
    • 1 skein of each of the following colours: Rosa (1800), Støvet rosa (1020), Mauve (1872), Lysgrå (1041), Mellemgrå (1060), Havgrøn (1655), Turkis grøn.(1584) & Sennepsgul (1990)

    Yarn for gauge swatch is included in this yarn requirement.

  7. CamaRose Anna-Rose’s Beret Knitting Pattern

    CamaRose Anna-Rose’s Beret Knitting Pattern

    £5.00
    This adorable hat is knit with CamaRose Yaku, held double. Shown in Stovet Rosa (1020) (2 50g balls for all sizes). Sizes: 1/2 - 1 (2-3) 4-5 (6-9) yrs. Head circumference: 44 (47) 49 (52) cm.
  8. CamaRose Hydrangeas Hat Knitting Pattern

    CamaRose Hydrangeas Hat Knitting Pattern

    £5.00
    This super cute hat can be knit in either CamaRose Lamauld or Lamatweed so because we love Lamatweed we couldn’t resist it. Size: Single size, fits a head between 52 and 60cm. Required yarndage: 1 50g ball. Beware yarn chicken as this hat as it uses all of the yarn in the ball. Needles: 5mm 40cm circular needle and 5mm DPNs
  9. CamaRose Hydrangeas Shawl Knitting Pattern

    CamaRose Hydrangeas Shawl Knitting Pattern

    £5.00

    This beautiful shawl is a light shawl with a fine lace pattern.  The version shown requires 600 metres (4 ply) of Colour 1, and 200 metres (4 ply) each of Colours 2 & 3.  (Yarn will be leftover but this pattern has been written for 50g, 200m balls of CamaRose)

    The green shawl is knit in CamaRose Yaku.

  10. CamaRose Leaf Fall Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

    CamaRose Leaf Fall Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

    £5.00
    This baby blanket is knitted in a beautiful lace pattern called leaf fall. The blanket is finished with an easy crochet border. This lace in this pattern is provided as a chart. This pattern can be knit in a number of CamaRose yarns including CamaRose Yaku. Needles: 4mm needles. Size: 116 x 72cm Should in 6 balls of Yaku (1011)
  11. CamaRose Trine’s Scarf Knitting Pattern

    CamaRose Trine’s Scarf Knitting Pattern

    £5.00

    This gorgeous pattern uses CamaRose Yaku to create a cosy, colourful accessory that is perfect for year round wear (who doesn’t love a Summer scarf!)

    Finished measurements: 190 x 38cm

    Weight: 250g

    Yarn: CamaRose Yaku

    10 balls in total.

    2 balls of Natur (1003) &

    1 skein of the following colours: Mellemgrå (1060), Lysegrå (1041), Havgrøn (1655), Grøn med gult (1844), Karrygul (1989), Mørk sennep (1980), Støvetrosa (1020) & Lysrosa (1800)

    Needles: 3mm, 4mm needle for cast on

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    Camilla Lace Top Knitting Pattern

    Camilla Lace Top Knitting Pattern

    Regular Price: £3.00

    Special Price £2.00

    Knit in beautiful West Yorkshire Spinners Exquisite Lace yarn, the Camilla top is perfect for your Spring/Summer wardrobe! (This is for the pattern only) Measurements: 81-86 (91-97, 101-107, 112-117, 122-127) cm / 32-34 (36-38, 40-42, 44-46, 48-50) in Actual Width (at bust/laid flat) 45 (49.5, 55, 59.5, 65) cm Model Wears: 1st Size - Chest 81/86cm, 32/34in knit in Portobello (525) Requires 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) 100g hank(s) of Exquisite Needles 1 Pair 2.75mm Knitting Needles & 1 Pair 3.25mm Knitting Needles Stitch holders
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    Carduelis Cowl Pattern

    Carduelis Cowl Pattern

    Regular Price: £2.40

    Special Price £2.00

    This striking diamond lace shawl/cowl is guaranteed to turn heads with its stylish and diverse design. The elegant wrap around shawl can be worn in a number of different ways - crossed over at the front and back of the body as a distinctive top in Summer or as an eye-catching cowl keeping you warm in the winter months.
  14. Chester Wool Lace Pattern Book

    Chester Wool Lace Pattern Book

    £10.00
    This beautiful knitting book from Chester Wool contains 6 patterns by Lynne Tuck and Anne Holvey. From fairly easy to knit stoles like Primula, to more complex shawls, this book has something for everyone.
  15. CoCo knits Sweater Workshop Book

    CoCo knits Sweater Workshop Book

    £38.00

    With over 30 years of knitting, designing, and teaching experience – Julie Weisenberger presents her first book: Cocoknits Sweater Workshop which includes nine new designs. The book expands on the simple, seamless, top-down styling we’ve come to expect from Cocoknits.

    More than just a collection, however, this book explains the Cocoknits Method – a system of tracking knitting progress in your own easy to follow customized worksheet. Unlike most traditional patterns that create flat shapes, the tailored style of construction in these patterns creates truly three dimensional garments that impart a great fit upon completion.

    All designs are worked from the neckline down, so once the neck and yoke area are established, the knitter can just cruise through generating the sweater and not worry about counting or losing track of their place in the pattern. Another advantage of knitting top-down is the ability to try on your garment as you work, to ensure the fit is right.

    In addition to all new patterns, Julie has dedicated a section of the book to an in-depth guide to choosing the right patterns for your figure type with considerations for colorwork, textured stitches, and hemlines all working in concert to create the right silhouette for you.

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  16. Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet Journal

    Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet Journal

    £15.00
    The Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet is an integral part of the Cocoknits Method – a system for knitting seamless, tailored, top-down sweaters. The Sweater Worksheet Journal contains 24 blank worksheets and doubles up as a diary of the sweater-knitting process. All information – from date begun and finished, yarns used, gauge, pattern source – can be recorded in its pages for future reference.
  17. Colourwork Shawls by Melanie Berg

    Colourwork Shawls by Melanie Berg

    £22.00
    Mairlynd loves colour! The second book by Ravelry star Melanie Berg has arrived: the most beautiful colour designs of the popular knit designer in one lovingly designed book. From slip stitches to mosaic patterns, surprising colour combinations and all-time favourite hues to popular gradient or speckled yarns – all Mairlynd fans and knitters will be inspired by this book. Includes professional tips from the designer for finding the perfect colour combos and insights on how to work special techniques. All instructions in this bilingual edition are both in German and in English. Three brand new shawls will be published exclusively in “Colorwork Shawls”.
  18. Coop Knits Brooklime hat pattern

    Coop Knits Brooklime hat pattern

    £3.75
    Brooklime is a striking stranded colourwork hat using 3 shades of our lovely Pip Colourwork. You will need 1 ball of each shade. Why not throw in a 4th shade for an epic pom pom? Named after the British native wildflower Brooklime - a low-creeping perennial with spreading stems and is a plant of shallow standing pretty blue flowers. Yarn usage: baa ram ewe Pip Colourwork Yarn A: Lotherton - 1 ball Yarn B: Coal - 1 ball Yarn C: White Rose - 1 ball (Pom pom shown in Brass Band – 1 ball is required for a 7cm [2¾ in] pompom) You will need a 2.5mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.5mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles and a a 2.75mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.75mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles. You'll also need a stitch marker.
  19. Coop Knits Sea Holly hat pattern

    Coop Knits Sea Holly hat pattern

    £3.75
    Sea Holly is a beautiful cabled hat using our lovely Pip Colourwork. You will need 2 balls. Shown in the fab Bramley Baths. Named after the British wildflower Sea Holly whose Tall blue-green flowers and sharp angular features give it a distinctive appearance. Fun fact: Sea Holly isn't related to the red-berried holly common to Christmas decorations - its actually part of the carrot family! Yarn usage: baa ram ewe Pip Colourwork – Bramley Baths – 2 balls (Pompom shown in Rose Window – 1 ball is required for a 7cm [2¾ in] pompom) You will need a 2.5mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.5mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles and a a 2.75mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.75mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles. You'll also need a cable needle and a stitch marker.
  20. Coop Knits Silverweed hat pattern

    Coop Knits Silverweed hat pattern

    £3.75
    Silverweed has delicate cables trailing up the hat. Knitted in our lovely Pip Colourwork. You will need 3 balls. Show here in the stunning Crucible. Named after the British wild flower Silverweed a member fof the rose family with bright yellow flowers and downy, silvery leaves. Yarn usage: baa ram ewe Pip Colourwork – Crucible – 3 balls (Pompom shown in Chevin – 1 ball is required for a 7cm [2¾ in] pompom) You will need a 2.5mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.5mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles and a a 2.75mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32"/40cm long or 2.75mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles. You'll also need a cable needle and a stitch marker.
  21. CoopKnits Socks Yeah DK Volume One

    CoopKnits Socks Yeah DK Volume One

    £12.00
    Eight sock patterns for you to knit, designed by Rachel Coopey, in Coop Knits Socks Yeah! DK yarn. All the socks in this book are thick and cozy. There’s nothing better to keep your feet warm on a chilly day than squishy, hand-knitted double knit socks! Socks Yeah! DK Volume 1, is a collection of original sock designs. Each pattern has clear charts and full written instructions. Step by step photo tutorials are provided for techniques such as Long-tail Cast On and Kitchener Stitch. Every print book contains a code to enable you to download the eBook free of charge. Yarn quantities required for each pattern are listed below.

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  22. CoopKnits Socks Yeah Volume One

    CoopKnits Socks Yeah Volume One

    £18.00

    We have been waiting for this book ever since the Socks Yeah yarn came out and now it's FINALLY HERE. It was completely worth the wait! This book had us at 'Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the sock drawer' and then we opened it! 13 gorgeous new patterns from the Queen of Socks, knit in a range of gorgeous Socks Yeah colours. What more could we have asked for?

    The instructions are really clear and full details of many techniques are included. There are different skills required so it gives both experienced and novice knitters lots of choices about where to start.

    Each copy includes a download code for a digital version as well!

    All patterns use a 2.5mm needle (either circular for Magic Loop or DPNs, depending on what you like!)

  23. Crochet in the City Pattern Book

    Crochet in the City Pattern Book

    £13.99
    We are doing our best to add new crochet pattern books to our shelves so we are thrilled to have this beautiful book from Annemarie Benthem! Filled with 21 gorgeous crochet patterns, this book includes everything from blankets to necklace options. This book includes beautiful charts and full written instructions and is perfect for beginner and experienced crocheters alike. Note: This book uses US crochet terms. Each book includes the written instructions and details in both Dutch and English.
  24. Crochet Yeah!

    Crochet Yeah!

    £12.00
    As we are not crochetters (hookers!?), it's been tricky to pick out the loveliest crochet books and patterns because we promise to try everything. However we have neglected our crochet folk for too long and have decided that The Crochet Project is the perfect place to start because it's written for a gorgeous yarn and is by two lovely crochet designers! Michelle is going to learn to crochet in 2017 but until then, we promise to do our best! This dinky book has 6 gorgeous accessories patterns: Tenbury Mittens Tenbury Hat Evesham Socks Bromsgove Hat Worcester Scarf Malvern Cowl All of the patterns are written for Coop Knit Socks Yeah yarn and are completely irresistible! UK Crochet terminology - so those in the know have told us. All images are copyright of Kat Goldin.
  25. Dark Pearl Cardigan Pattern

    Dark Pearl Cardigan Pattern

    £4.50
    This cardigan is knit from the top down with raglan shoulder shaping. When the back of the body is finished the front scalloped lace panel is worked from picked up stitches along the side. This front panel can be buttoned or allowed to drape down the side. Sizes to fit actual high bust circumference up to 30 (33.25, 35.75, 39, 42.25, 44.75, 48, 51.25, 53.75)". 0-3" of positive ease is recommended. The cardigan requires 3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5) hanks of Titus, shown in Coal. You will also need a US 5 / 3.75mm circular needle, 32"/80cm long (or longer for larger sizes) and a set of dpns in the same size if magic loop is not used; 4 0.75"/20mm diameter buttons, a tapestry needle, stitch markers and scrap yarn.

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