- Knitting patterns
Enthusiast knitting patterns
Patterns that feature quirky design details and use techniques that are straightforward but interesting or unusual. They’re designed to be approachable for the adventurous novice while also being a satisfying knit for the more experienced knitter.
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.
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.
Cerys Hexagon Blanket
A rectangular blanket formed of hexagonal shapes using seamless, modular construction. The blanket has neat garter stitch edging and can be worked in a choice of yarn weights.
A seamless baby wrap-style cardigan with contrast edging in DK weight cotton, fastened with buttons and hidden press-stud. The body is knitted in one piece with the sleeves knitted onto the armholes in-the-round to minimise uncomfortable seams.
A lacy mohair shrug with elbow-length sleeves and deep ribbing. The simple ripple pattern makes the most of colour-change yarn. Suitable for novice knitters who want to tackle new skills, this is a great introduction to knitting lace and working in the round.