- Knitting patterns
Knitting patterns: Scarves
A cosy, quick to knit cowl with a chevron motif evocative of breaking waves. Tsunami is inspired by Katsushika Hokusai's iconic painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa (c. 1829–1833), and is perfect for showcasing hand-dyed yarn with bold variegation.
Crystalline is our first original lace pattern and our first pattern designed for our Brilliance 4 Ply wool/silk yarn. It’s available as a stand-alone pattern or as a knitting kit with hand dyed yarn and Japanese knitting beads.
Shipwreck Cove cowl
A nautical cabled cowl with draw-cord fastening and rippled textures, inspired by the rugged West Cornwall coast.
A generous, faux-woven effect scarf, designed to bring colour and warmth to winter days. Cauldhame is inspired by the unexpected colours of the Scottish landscape, and of course, Scotland's rich textile heritage.
Odds & Ends Scarf
Designed with beginners in mind, this simple, fun scarf is worked in a variety of easy, reversible stitches in either DK, aran or chunky weight yarn.
Staggered Rib Scarf
A cosy, chunky-weight, unisex scarf in a reversible, diagonal rib pattern. The stitch pattern is quick-to-knit and simple enough for a beginner, although it requires a bit of concentration.
Ruffle Lace Scarf
Wrap up warm in this soft, girly scarf in medium-weight mohair. The scarf is knitted lengthways in purl ridges, with ruffles are created using simple yarn-over increases.