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Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine 52 - Includes Rowan Lima Patterns

Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine 52 - Includes Rowan Lima Patterns

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Regular Price: $25.00

Our Price: $7.50

Quick Overview

70% Off Sale.


This is the season of the cosy projects that wrap up against the elements sweaters that cocoon the body. Capes are still important as well as the key accessories of large wrap scarves, leg warmers and chunky socks.


Extremes are seen in knit design from the neat and elegant to the grungy and worn out. Different scales of fairisle, motifs, stripes and checks are used together to create the nontraditional fairisle.


This is represented in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 52 in our three stories:


Hebridean and historic Fairisle knitting North Sea and British heritage fisherman knits Essentials; key shapes and textures of the season


Designers: Marie Wallin, Julia Frank, Martin Storey, Lisa Richardson, Jennie Atkinson, Brandon Mably, Jem Weston, Josh Bennett, Ruth Green, Sarah Hatton, Amanda Crawford, Kaffe Fassett, Erika Knight, Sarah Dallas

Additional Information

Product Type Patterns, Books, and Magazines
Manufacturer Rowan
Country of Manufacture
Gauge Stitches No
Fiber Detail No
Fiber No
Yardage No
Skein Weight No
Weight No
Gauge Needle Size No
Care No
epi No
Needle Size No
Crochet Hook Size No

70% Off Sale.

This is the season of the cosy projects that wrap up against the elements sweaters that cocoon the body. Capes are still important as well as the key accessories of large wrap scarves, leg warmers and chunky socks.

Extremes are seen in knit design from the neat and elegant to the grungy and worn out. Different scales of fairisle, motifs, stripes and checks are used together to create the nontraditional fairisle.

This is represented in Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 52 in our three stories:

Hebridean and historic Fairisle knitting North Sea and British heritage fisherman knits Essentials; key shapes and textures of the season

Designers: Marie Wallin, Julia Frank, Martin Storey, Lisa Richardson, Jennie Atkinson, Brandon Mably, Jem Weston, Josh Bennett, Ruth Green, Sarah Hatton, Amanda Crawford, Kaffe Fassett, Erika Knight, Sarah Dallas