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
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
Regular Price: £3.00
Special Price £2.00Knit 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
Regular Price: £2.40
Special Price £2.00This 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.
£10.00This 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.
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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£15.00The 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.
£22.00Mairlynd 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”.
£3.75Brooklime 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.
£3.75Sea 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.
£3.75Silverweed 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.