We are so proud of all the beautiful patterns that have been released using our yarns and decided to dedicate this section of our website to showcasing them, the designers behind them and the publications which have commissioned the designs. This page is a living catalogue of these designs with links so that you can find the pattern, follow the designers and subscribe to the magazines at your leisure.

The entries go back to January 2018 and are in chronological order with the most recent releases at the top. If multiple designs have been released by a single designer during the time period, the social media links are only included in the most recent entry. The same goes for multiple entries for magazines where these have been involved.

If you are a designer or a representative of a publication seeking yarn support for a design take a look at our blog post detailing our policy HERE.

 

Kay Jones of Bakery Bears

Find her on social media: bakerybears.com    Bakery Bears    @bryonybears   

Moondust (Jul 2019) – Ravelry

Moondust is the third design in the Swish and Flick Collective. This design is a cross between a scarf and a cowl, and is knitted flat and then fastened with a button. The inspiration behind Moondust came from the scene in the third book, when Remus turns into a werewolf - watched by the main characters. The undulating pattern represents the mountains behind the school and the large button is the moon shining down.
Uses Pendle Chunky in Snowy Owl

 

Helda Panagary

Find her on social media:  @heldap123    Helda Panagary
Flutter Shawl (Jul 2019) - Inside Crochet 

This pretty shawl was inspired by cherry blossom, with trebles and lace creating interest and texture.
Uses Brimham 4ply, MC (2 x 100g) Campanula, CCs (5 x 20g) Hydrangea, Fern, Antique Rose, Compost and Natural

This pattern is available in Inside Crochet Issue 116. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions HERE. For more information see www.insidecrochet.co.uk and find them on social media:  Inside Crochet    insidecrochet   
 @InsideCrochet    Inside Crochet

 

Louise Tilbrook

The PPS (updated pattern released Jul 2019) – Ravelry

A simple garter stitch shawl which knits up to give a long, thin wrappable shape. A set of paired, central decreases give a mitered-style centre to make the most of contrasting stripes. It is deceptively small whilst knitting, but as a kite soars majestically after launch, this shawl (whilst not exactly reaching those giddy heights) will certainly expand magically after a good blocking.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Heliotrope with a contrasting skein of sock yarn for the large version. The original version uses one single skein of sock yarn plus five 10g mini skeins. 

 

Michael Harrigan

Find him on social media: www.thismanknits.com    @mwharrigan    @melcontent   @HarriganHandKnits   
 ScarvesShawlsandMore

PawPrints (Jul 2019) - Ravelry

PawPrints is a bandana / shawlette knit from the bottom point up, with increases worked at the edges of all right-side rows. The central panel and topline feature a traditional Shetland Cat’s Paw eyelet pattern. An optional, decorative tassel is attached to the bottom point after blocking.

Uses Hayton 4ply in Briar Rose and Cosmos Flowerbed

  

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 


For more information about Jaya, check out our interview with her over on the blog HERE. 
Find her on social media:  Apoorva Designs    @jayalakshmimh    Apoorva Designs     Jaya 

Sun and Shower Shawl (Jul 2019) – Ravelry and ECY website

Sun and Shower is a circular shawl, knit center out, using Titus Lace in the Sunrise shade. The shawl is second in the four-shawl collection, Four Seasons which you can read all about HERE. This Summer shawl draws its name and inspiration from William Wordsworth’s poem “Three Years She Grew.” The circular shawl knit in the Sunrise shade represents the Sun and hence nature.
Titus Lace in Sunrise 

 

 

Katrin Schubert

Find her on social media:  @katta_rinah    

Brioche Chain (Jul 2019) – Ravelry

Inspired by her son brooding about blockchain, Katrin came up with this pattern, likening pattern witting to computer coding. Knitters are linked not by using cryptography, but by sharing patterns. The hat has a brim, is very stretchy, slightly slouchy and well-fitting at the same time. It’s important to note that there is no 4-stitch-decrease to be knit. The hat can be knit in multiple sizes only by changing needle size and gauge.
Uses Bowland DK in Ash and Coal

 

Jo Allport

Find her on social media: www.joallportdesigns.com    joallportdesigns    joallport    Jo Allport

Kristy (Jun 2019) – Ravelry

This pattern is part of an ebook titled Just 3 Stitches (and a yarn over), a collaboration between Jo Allport and Pat Strong. The book uses 4ply and sock yarns, and a restricted stitch palate to create easy patterns suitable for all. Kristy is a lovely wrap, knitted on the diagonal and is the only design in this ebook to use a yarn over.
Uses Oakworth 4ply in Stone

Louise Dietz 

Find her on social media: www.instantsdelouise.fr      instantsdelouise    Louise Dietz   
 instantsdelouise

Clématite (Jun 2019) – Ravelry

Clématite is a whimsical cardigan that can fit into every wardrobe. The cropped body is worked from the bottom up with only a few stitches sewn at the shoulders. The sleeves are picked up directly on the armholes and shaped from the shoulder down with short rows.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Bramble

 

This pattern has been released as a collaboration between Louise and Le Chat qui tricote, our stockist based in Aix-en-Provence, in the south of France. 

Yucca

Find her on social media: yuccaknit.blogspot.com      sio2_yucca    Yucca

Naname Socks (May 2019) – Ravelry

Naname - diagonal in Japanese - socks are ankle socks featuring large heel, the right-angled shape fits your heel. The construction of the socks is a bit unusual, worked from the heel up to cuff, then down to the toe. The toe has two options, diagonal color block (bicolor version) or diagonal rainbow line (rainbow version). This diagonal line is worked by German short rows.
Uses Bowland 4ply in Tarn and Pennine Mist in the blue version and a 25g Yarnling pack with Titus 4ply in Plum for the rainbow stripes with another yarn as the base colour

 

Liz Corke

Find her on social media: www.lizcorke.com    @lizcorkeknits      @lizcorke.knits    Liz Corke Knits 

Haar (Mar 2019) – Ravelry

Haar, the grey mist that comes off the North Sea on sunny days, and that is exactly what this beautiful soft grey colour says to me. Perfect for misty mornings in the early spring when there’s still a bit of a nip in the air. Haar is a textured shawl and companion to Ceò. With a really easy repeat it’s perfect relaxing knitting and will fly off your needles. The Picot Bind-Off adds a final feminine flourish and has been carefully designed to extend the mesh lace right to the edge of the shawl.
Uses Carlisle Fingering in Echinops

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Diamond Delight Scarf (May 2019) – Knotions website

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend! Diamonds represent all those qualities in a woman that make her special and strong. But most of all, diamonds on a woman are a sign that she is loved, cherished and eternalized, because the diamonds she once wore will live forever long after she’s gone. “Diamond Delight” is a one-skein, lace scarf with a simple, yet eye-catching diamond-mesh lace. This scarf is light, stylish and a perfect addition to your wardrobe. The diamonds lace pattern works up quickly and is ideal for adventurous or even less experienced lace knitters, and equally interesting and fun for seasoned knitters.
Uses Nateby 4ply in Harbour

 

 

Anna Elliott

Find her on social media:  annaelliottdesigns    annaelliottdesigns    @AnnaEDesigns    AnnaEDesigns    Anna Elliott Designs

May Loop Scarf (May 2019) – Ravelry

A loop scarf for Spring, this is the May design for Cottars Almanac. Comfortingly simple to knit, but if you choose a delicate, blossom-inspired pastel with a subtle, silky sheen, it has a lightness and sophistication that feels refreshing after the heavier woollens you have loved all winter. A loop scarf is also perfect Spring transition-wear: Worn long it is mainly an accent of colour and texture for warmer days; looped twice around the neck, it keeps out those unexpectedly chill winds on days that look sunnier and warmer from indoors than when you go out.
Uses Milburn DK in Althaea

 

Yucca

See above for links

LUM (May 2019) – Ravelry

LUM is a sock featuring zig-zag pattern and the back side of the leg and sole are in slip stitch rib. Socks are worked cuff-down with heel flap. You can choose the cuff from “double cuff” and “single cuff”.
Uses Tempo 4ply in a Cottage Original

 

Katrin Schubert

See above for links

Marieka (May 2019) – Ravelry

A hat is always a perfect possibility to try a new pattern idea. When I get to the crown I never really have plan, it’s always a big surprise! The colors remind me of my favorite flower (which can be found in my garden in May): Columbine. The hat has a brim, is very stretchy, slightly slouchy and well-fitting at the same time. The pattern has only four repeating pattern rows and is based on basic brioche stitches, increases and decreases. It’s important to note that there is no 4-stitch-decrease to be knit. You can do it, knitters! The hat can be knit in multiple sizes only by changing needle size and gauge.
Uses Milburn DK in Harvest Gold and Natural or Black Tulip and Althaea

 

Bronagh Miskelly

Find her on social media: www.lapurplepenguin.com    LaPurplePenguin    lapurplepenguin     

Vervain (May 2019) – The Knitter

The Vervain cardigan is knitted in one piece from the back hem to the bottom of the fronts. It features a simple lace block pattern and is my idea of a perfect spring/summer cardie - light, airy, and versatile, I could wear it over a dress or over a vest with jeans.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Bramble

 

 

This pattern is only available in The Knitter Issue 137. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions which can be found HERE. For more information see http://www.theyarnloop.com/the-knitter and find them on social media:
 @TheKnitterMag    @theknittermag    @TheKnitterMag    The Knitter magazine

 

Janina Kallio of Woolenberry

Find her on social media: woolenberry.com   Woolenberry    woolenberry    Woolenberry    Woolenberry      

Elbe (Apr 2019) – Woolenberry website

Elbe charms with its clean and contemporary look. The body of this asymmetric triangle shawl is worked in a rib check pattern, a fun combination of knits and purls. The delicate lace border has a beautiful cabled eyelet pattern. Together they create an intriguing surface texture, yet the shawl is easy and relaxing to knit.
Uses Bowland 4ply in Robin Egg

 

Helen Boreham

Find her here:  @chainspacedesigns

New Wave Cowl (Apr 2019) - Ravelry

This skein was purchased at the 2019 Edinburgh Yarn Festival and within a month this pattern had been released and is available as a free download. It is a one skein wonder project, a lovely quick make and could easily be made wider by adding rows onto the border.
Uses Askham Aran in Rosehip

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Echoing Green Shawl (Mar 2019) – Ravelry and ECY website

The first design from the exciting Four Seasons collection which you can read all about HERE. Echoing Green draws its name and inspiration from the beautiful, short poem of the same name by William Blake. This spring shawl is a celebration of this deep philosophy of life, reflecting childhood and youth in the light green shade, and old age or the end of life in the darker green shade with the falling leaves lace.
Uses Oakworth 4ply in Hosta and Larch

Autumn Gold Shawl (Mar 2019) - Ravelry

Autumn Gold Shawl is a light-weight, crescent shawl that uses the Ginkgo leaf lace pattern. The Ginkgo tree is a traditional symbol of agelessness and timelessness. The Ginkgo leaf lace stitch lends great texture, character, and sophistication to the shawl, while also making for an interesting knit.

Uses Milburn 4ply in Harvest Gold

 

Ange Sewell for Weft Blown

Find them on social media: www.weftblown.com    @weftblown    @weftblown    WeftBlown    Weft Blown  

Sunset Scarf (Mar 2019) – Weft Blown website

Having a background in meteorology I always use the weather and its affect on the sky and landscape for my inspiration. This scarf was inspired by the colours captured during a beautiful sunset as viewed from my window. (You can see the image that inspired it and read more about the design in this BLOG POST). The scarf is woven using a rigid heddle loom with a 7.5dpi or 8dpi reed using plain weave which helps to show the colour of the yarn at its best.
Uses Milburn DK in Harvest Gold, Night Sky, Damson and Dogwood

 

Liz Corke

See above for links

Ceò (Mar 2019) – Ravelry

Ceò means mist in Scottish Gaelic and that is exactly what this beautiful soft grey colour says to me. Perfect for misty mornings in the early spring when there’s still a bit of a nip in the air. Ceò is a textured cowl worked flat before being joined in the round, with a really easy repeat it’s perfect relaxing knitting and will fly off your needles.
Uses Carlisle Fingering in Winter Berries

 

 

Jacinta Bowie for Knitting

Find her on social media: jacintabowie.com   Jacinta Bowie Designs   @Jacintabowietextiles  

Bronte (Mar 2019) - Knitting Magazine

Image © GMC Publications
A beautiful lacy cardigan.
Uses Milburn DK in Althaea

This pattern is only available in Knitting Issue 192. Issues are available as print versions HERE and digital versions HERE. Subscribe to Knitting HERE. For more information see www.knittingmag.com and find them on social media:
 KnittingMagazine    knittingmagazine    @KnittingMag    Knitting Magazine  

 

 

Natalia Zablotskaya

Find her on social media:  NatieKnits    Natiezab      

Il Cortile (Mar 2019) 

Geometric combination of eyelet and garter stitches represents this modern, feminine wrap the elegant, drapey effect of merino/silk Titus 4ply.
Uses Titus 4ply in Cedar

 

 

Francesca Hughes

Find her on social media:  FrancescaHughesKnitwear    francescahughesknitwear   
 Francesca Hughes Knitwear 

Greenshield (Feb 2019) - Ravelry

Greenshield is an easy triangular shawl with a simple lace motif and moss stitch stripes. Inspired by the common Green Shield Lichen often found hugging the trees on the coast, full of intriguing colours and textures this shawl is designed to be a light layer around you, which will flutter as romantically in the wind as the Lichen does in the coastal moorland breeze.
Uses Eldwick Lace and Askham Lace in Misty Woods

 

Vicky Gorry (aka Vera and Bess) 

Find her on social media:  verandbess    verandbess    verandbess    verandbess    v&b makers   
 veraandbess 

Cloud shawlette (Feb 2019) - Ravelry 

Cloud is a cosy little shawlette/necker, made using one skein (100g) of hand dyed yarn. The textured stitch pattern uses raised stitches to create a beautiful and warm fabric, perfect for wrapping around your neck to keep out the chill.
Uses Carlisle Fingering in Snowfall

 

 

Michael Harrigan

See above for links  

My Garden Window (Feb 2019) - Cast On Magazine, TKGA.org

This design is a fantasy look from Michael's window into the garden and features stitch patterns that resemble foliage and spring flowers and colors that are reminiscent of his memories of colors appearing in the late spring.

Uses Hayton 4ply in Briar Rose and Cosmos Flowerbed

  

 

Diamond Chain Lace and Eyelets wrap (Feb 2019) - Ravelry
The subtleties of the Hyssop and Robin Egg colorways (and Michael’s yearning for spring) led him to use them in a large triangular wrap meant for Spring and Summer wear. The center spine features a flat bottom edge as opposed to the point in a traditional triangle and the diamond chain lace is complemented by lines of eyelets radiating out to the edges of the shawl. All in all it’s a relatively simple pattern to follow and with the color changes and stitch pattern changes it will keep your interest as well.

Uses Hayton 4ply in Hyssop and Robin Egg   

 

 

Liz Corke

See above for links

Cuibhrichte (Feb 2019) – Ravelry

Cuibhrichte, meaning bound in Scottish Gaelic, is a stocking stitch mitt with a drop stitch braid which circles the mitt from wrist to index finger, binding you with a soft chain. With a simple elegance these mitts are a quick and easy knit and with six sizes they’ll fit everyone from teen to adult.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Red Kite

 

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Bloomsbury Cowlette (Jan 2019) - Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine

Bloomsbury is a one-skein, lacy cowlette knit in DK weight yarn. The design is easily customized by varying the lace pattern st count or by adding more lace repeats. 
Uses Whitfell DK in Dogwood (Discontinued)

 

 

Michelle White (aka Dora Does)

Find her on social media: doradoes.co.uk    @Craftedbydora    My Crochet Wardrobe    @doraexplored  
 @DoraExplored    Dora Does: Crochet Patterns    DoraDoes 

Rainbow Smiles Sweater (Jan 2019) – Ravelry

Rainbow smiles is a top down raglan sweater with a gentle v‑neck. Made with simple stitches, it is close fitting with a chevron burst of rainbow colour. This is a great pattern for beginners looking to try their first garment. It uses simple stitches all the way through and has no seaming.
Uses Nateby 4ply mini skein rainbow set with a contrast colour in another yarn

 

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Prairie Winds shawl (Dec 2018) – Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine
Prairie Winds is a fingering-weight, triangular shawl featuring a chevron leaf lace border resembling tiny little hearts. The shawl is worked top-down, beginning with stockinette body followed by a lace border.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Dogwood

 

Robynn Weldon (aka Studio Miranda)

Find her on social media: studio-miranda.com    @woollythinker    @studiomirandadesigns    @woollythinker   
 Miranda’s Lounge

Frail Scarf (Dec 2018) – Ravelry

Silver leaves in varying sizes are scattered on a brioche pathway for a delicately evocative autumn scarf. Worked in luxurious fingering-weight yarns, the brioche rib traps air for a fabric that’s feather-light, warm and exquisitely soft – everything you want around your neck on cold days.
Uses Titus 4ply in Bark and Bedale 4ply in Oak

 

 

Louise Tilbrook

See above for links

Mickleby (Dec 2018) – ECY Seasonal Stash Box and Ravelry

This cowl is ideal for showcasing a couple of special mini skeins. The cowl is knit in the round, and is designed to be reasonable snug and close fitting. Pretty slip stitches show off the contrast yarn and create a striking 3-colour design. All the fun of fair isle but only using 1 colour per row.
Uses Hayton 4ply and Carlisle Fingering (2x20g)

 

 

Lilia Vanini

Find her on social media: liliacraftparty.com/    @liliacraftparty    Liliacraftparty  

Eden Cottage Baby Cocoon (Dec 2018) – Ravelry

Eden Cottage Baby Cocoon is a gorgeous baby knitting piece to keep all babies cozy and warm. Using a dreamy combination of knitting stitches you will make your baby happy and comfortable all the time.
Uses Milburn DK in Bramble

 

 

Tatsiana Matsiuk (aka ViTalina Craft)

Find her on social media: vitalinacraft.blogspot.com    Vitalina Craft    vitalinacraft    Knitting with ViTalinaCraft  

Instyle Shawl (Nov 2018) – Ravelry

The asymmetrical triangle shawl is knitted sideways starting from a corner. The simple garter stripes are combined with beautiful lace stitch.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Althaea

 

Louise Tilbrook

See above for links

Mindfulness Cowl (Nov 2018) - Ravelry

The Mindfulness Cowl combines bulky yarn with a lofty, textured stitch pattern and the result is knitters heaven. A pleasingly substantial cowl which knits up faster than you can say “gift knitting”.
Uses Pendle Chunky in Hyssop

 

 

Tracey Todhunter

Tracey is a long-time friend of Eden Cottage Yarns and we are so proud to have many of her designs available on our website. She was also integral in the Drift Collection, providing three designs which you can read more about HERE. Find her on social media: https://grannycoolcrochet.com/    Grannycoolcrochet    traceytodhunter    @traceytodhunter   
 Tracey Todhunter  

Shell Clutch (Nov 2018) – Inside Crochet

Soft yarn and an elegant pattern combine to make a pretty bag that will see you though the winter party season.

Uses Milburn DK in Night Sky, Estuary and Harvest Gold

This pattern was originally published in Inside Crochet Issue 107. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions HERE. For more information see www.insidecrochet.co.uk and see above for social media links.

 

Sarah McFall (aka Yarn & Blarney)

Find her on social media:  yarnandblarney    yarnandblarney    yarnandblarney  

Muse cowl &wrap (Nov 2018) – Ravelry

Muse is a delightful chevron pattern with instructions to make either a cowl or a wrap.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Steel, Rain, Fern, Bramble and Black Tulip

 

 

Pauline Fitzpatrick

Find her on social media:  Pauline Fitzpatrick    Pauline Fitzpatrick 

Shoreline (Nov 2018) – Ravelry

Shoreline is an asymmetrical wrap featuring a 4 row lace pattern. The increases are worked at the treble edge - no complicated lace increases! - and added to the lace pattern every few rows.
Uses Harewood Fingering in Apricot Tulip

 

 

Elizabeth Lovick for The Knitter

Find her on social media: northernlace.co.uk    northernlace    @NorthernLace    LizLovick  
 Northern Lace  

Austrian Sampler Stole (Nov 2018) – The Knitter

The patterns for this stole have been taken from the three-volume stitch dictionary of Austrian stitches, Bauerliches Stricken, by Lisl Fanderl, published by Rosemheimer. The stole is worked in two pieces, from each end, and then grafted. The length of the stole is easily altered. A wrap worked in a luxurious yarn is such a treat, and makes an elegant addition to any outfit.
Uses Askham 4ply in Air (Discontinued)

This pattern is only available in The Knitter Issue 106. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions which can be found HERE. For more information see http://www.theyarnloop.com/the-knitter and see above for social media links.

 

Stella Egidi (aka Moody Knitter Design)

Find her on social media:  Stella Moody Knitter    @moody_knitter    Moody Knitter’s corner  

Elena’s shawl (Nov 2018) – Ravelry

Elena’s shawl is a semicircular shawl worked from side to side. Body and edge are worked simultaneously and shaping is made by increasing and decreasing stitches at the body lace edge. The garter stitch used for the body is coupled with a stylized and clean lace edge, resulting in a simple and elegant shawl.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Steel

 

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Madeira shawl (Oct 2018) – Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine
Madeira Shawl is a fingering weight, crescent-shaped shawl featuring Old Spanish lace stitch patterns such as the Madeira Cascade and Madeira Mesh, adding some exquisite, lacy charm to the shawl. The shawl is embellished with beads in the cast on and the bind off to add some glitter and sparkle to the piece.
Uses Titus 4ply in Dianthus

 

 

Libby Jonson (aka Truly Myrtle)

Find her on social media: trulymyrtle.com    TrulyMyrtle    Truly Myrtle    Truly Myrtle 

Mindful Shawl (Oct 2018) – Ravelry

You’ll want to steal away from the hubbub of the world and curl up in a quiet corner when you cast on your Mindful shawl. Take your time and enjoy the process. Mindful is a modern lace shawl featuring striking lacework and a dramatic picot border.
Uses Titus 4ply in Compost

 

Jennifer Shiels Toland

Find her on social media: http://jstknitweardesigns.com/    @jstknitweardesigns    @jstknitweardesigns  
 jst_designs    JSTDesigns 

Boardwalk Stroll Poncho (Oct 2018) - Ravelry

Want something you can throw over anything and have instant layering without the fuss? Then this great little poncho is for you! Inspired by the many boardwalks I have strolled along, in summer and winter, whilst I lived in the United States. The simple repetitive lines of the wooden planks heading off at various angles, have always given me a sense of calmness and ease.
Uses Titus 4ply in Campanula and Tide

  

Boardwalk Stroll Mitts (Oct 2018) - Ravelry

 The Boardwalk Stroll fingerless mitts are a great way use up the left over yarn from your Boardwalk Stroll Poncho. These mitts match the poncho, which was inspired by the many boardwalks I have strolled along, through many long hot summers in the United States.

Uses Titus 4ply in Tide

 

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

See above for links

Second Spring Shawl (Sep 2018) – Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine
Second Spring is a one skein, fingering weight, crescent-shaped shawl featuring a leaf lace border. The shawl is embellished with beads in the cast on and lace section, so this would be a perfect complement to an evening gown or your little black dress.
Uses Oakworth 4ply in Hosta

 

 

Liz Corke

See above for links

Sgaradh (Sep 2018) – Ravelry

Sgaradh (separation in Scots Gaelic) are knitted in super stretchy twisted rib and feature a cable that splits with each half travelling to the edge of the hand. The little finger is also given its own finger, separate from the other three to prevent the mitts slipping down - if you prefer you can knit them straight up and keep the four fingers together. The twisted rib gives the mitts a very snug and neat fit which will fit most women. 
Uses Hayton 4ply in Ash

 

 

Natalia Zablotskaya

See above for links

Rovo di More (Sep 2018) 

Geometric lace pattern and textured borders create feminine and modern garment.
Uses Milburn 4ply in Black Tulip

 

 

Karen Burnett

Find her on social media:  KarenBDesigns    @karenbdesigns    Karen Burnett    KarenBDesigns  
 karenbdesigns  

Dancing To My Own Beat (Sep 2018) – Ravelry

Dancing To My Own Beat Socks are cuff down with afterthought heel.
Uses Pendle 4ply in Fuchsia

 

 

Yarnia Designs (Hannah Woodhead)

Find her on social media:  yarniadesigns    yarniadesigns    Yarnia Designs    Tales of Yarnia  

Blackberry Kisses Shawl (Sep 2018) – Ravelry

The Blackberry Kisses shawl is a cosy crescent shaped shawl inspired by my very favourite season. The arrival of Blackberries means that Autumn and the cooler weather will soon be with us, and takes me back to fond childhood memories of going on country walks and blackberry picking. This crescent shaped shawl features sections of simple garter stitch, stripes and a cosy cabled border.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Stone and a contrast colour in another yarn

 

 

Rosina Northcott (aka Zeens and Roger)

Find her on social media: zeensandroger.com    zeensandroger    zeensandroger    zeensandroger   

In a flap scarf (Sep 2018) – Inside Crochet

This pattern evokes the beautiful, draping silks of the 1920s. It’s got the tassels, it’s got the silk, it’s got a deco inspired motif!
Uses Milburn 4ply in Tea Rose

This pattern was originally published in Inside Crochet Issue 106. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions HERE. For more information see www.insidecrochet.co.uk and for social links see above.

 

Katrin Schubert

See above for links

Pastella (Sep 2018) – Ravelry

The Pastella hat pattern is a fast and fun knit, perfect for a little spring or summer hat.
Uses Milburn DK in Althaea

 

Michaela Moores for Knit Now

Chestnuts Roasting (Aug 2018) – Knit Now

This pattern is pure elegance - the drape of the silk-blend yarn is just incredible and the simple shape is satisfying to knit and flattering to wear. The pattern includes instructions for 8 sizes to fit approx UK dress sizes 6-28. It is knitted seamlessly from the bottom up, using a simple knit and purl texture pattern and featuring a large pleat at the back neck. 

Uses Titus 4ply in Oatfields

This pattern is only available in Knit Now Issues 15 and 92. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions which can be found HERE. For more information see knitnowmag.co.uk and find them on social media:  @knitnow  
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Anne B Hanssen

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Little Heartwarmer (Aug 2018) – Ravelry

Every baby deserves a heartwarmer J A small, warming garment made from the heart! This little cardigan knits up fast and would be the perfect first little sweater. Little heartwarmer is a very simple knit with a clean style, yet with a cute touch J It is an assymetrically buttoned cardigan, featuring 2 different stripe-patterns (created by simple k and p rows).
Uses Bowland DK in Oak

 

Liz Corke

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Braes and Glens (Aug 2018) – Ravelry

Braes and Glens (or Hills and Valleys) is a toe up sock with a textured chevron pattern. The pattern uses a gusset and heel flap although you can easily substitute your preferred heel. Braes and Glens is a really relaxing intuitive knit - is a perfect project to take when you’re on the go, or just to chill with while watching TV. 
Uses Tempo 4ply in Clematis

 

Janina Kallio of Woolenberry

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Fern Fronds (Jul 2018) – Woolenberry website

The lush fern fronds give off a dappled shade, filling the forest floor with intricate patterns. Beautiful and dainty, like the lace in this versatile shawl. The wide lace inserts are interspersed with garter stitch stripes, which create a nice rhythm to the shawl and offer a moment of rest.
Uses Bowland 4ply in Fern

 

Jo Allport

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Melissa wrap (Jul 2018) – Knitting Magazine

We all love a bit of sparkle. This wrap starts by creating the chevron edge using short rows till you have enough stitches to work the stripe pattern. Then decrease as you go, meaning your rows get shorter and shorter the further you get with the project.
Uses Nateby 4ply in Carnations and Wild Raspberry

This pattern is available individually through Ravelry using the title link or as part of Knitting Issue 182. Issues are available as print versions HERE and digital versions HERE. Subscribe to Knitting HERE. For more information see www.knittingmag.com and for social links see above.

 

Joanne Scrace for The Crochet Project

We have a long history of working together with Joanne going back to The Bletchley Collection released in 2014, read more about it HERE. Joanne and Kat have also used our yarns in a number of their designs including the Alyssium Cardigan and designs in The Shawl Project Book One, The Shawl Project Book Two and Three from the Top.
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Skimming Stones (Jun 2018) - Ravelry

The shawl is inspired by stones skimming across a lake and was the popular Summer 2018 Mystery Crochet a-long shawl.
Uses Carlisle Fingering, MC (100g) in Thunder, CCs (20g) in Wild Raspberry, Dusk, Pennine Mist and Steel

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

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Summer Blooms Shawl (Jun 2018) – Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine
Summer Blooms is a single skein, top down, fingering weight, crescent shawl featuring the Estonian single water lily lace pattern and a beaded picot edging.
Uses Titus 4ply in Dianthus

 

 

Natalia Zablotskaya

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Strolling around cowl (Jun 2018) 

Last summer I designed a Strolling around hat. And I knitted 3 of them. I love the pattern and then I decided to knit a matching cowl. That is how Strolling around cowl was born. It combines cable/lace pattern similar to the hat and knit and purl panels. I love mixing lace and textured stitches. They are simple, modern, feminine and can be combined with any kind of clothes.
Uses Titus 4ply in Rambling Rose

 

Beth Michon

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Cirrostratus Shawl (Jun 2018) – Ravelry

Cirrostratus is a textured, light shawl, named after thin, hazy, high level cloud that forms at high altitude in blanket-like layers. These ethereal clouds often produce a halo effect around the sun or moon. Two interchanging stitch patterns create interesting textured layers, holding interest from start to finish.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Apricot Tulip

 

Mary-Ann Mace (aka The LaceEater)

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Summer Petals (May 2018) – Ravelry

Summer Petals is a deep crescent shawl which evokes those easy, breezy days of summer we all hanker after.
Uses Titus Lace in Summer Petals

 

Liz Corke

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Breac a’ Mhuiltein (May 2018) – Ravelry

Breac a’ Mhuiltein is a flirty crescent shaped shawl with a central lace panel. Meaning dappled sky in Scottish Gaelic this shawl is reminiscent of summer days with just a smattering of cloud. This is a really simple knit with wings of garter stitch and a simple lace panel, just knit until you’re ready to bind off.
Uses Titus 4ply in Harbour

 

Tracey Todhunter

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New Wave Scarf (May 2018) – Inside Crochet

This scarf was the result of an afternoon exploring a collection of old crochet magazines found in a charity shop. Featured in a 1960’s magazine article on “new crochet stitches” the swatch was photographed in black and white, it was only when I crocheted it in two colours that the real beauty and rhythm of different height stitches revealed itself. 
Uses Milburn DK in Harvest Gold, Steel and Estuary

This pattern was originally published in Inside Crochet Issue 102. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions HERE. For more information see www.insidecrochet.co.uk and for social links see above.

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

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Diamante Shawl (Apr 2018) – Knotions website

Image © Edsger Studio for Knotions Magazine
Diamante is an asymmetric, bias knit, triangular, 2-color, garter shawl with a touch of lace. The shawl is knit in DK yarn and uses the diamond lattice lace pattern. The garter stitch makes it a simple and soothing knit, while the diamond lace adds a bit of challenge to your knitting.
Uses Bowland DK in Millpond and Milburn DK in Rain

 

Anne B Hanssen

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Nigella lace cardigan (Apr 2018) – Ravelry

The yoke of this cardigan is so fun to work and the result is flattering and beautiful. Part of the lace-pattern is used for the edge of the lower body as well as for the bottom edge of the sleeves. It is knit up in a DK weight, which makes it so fast to work.
Uses Bowland DK in Oak

 

Veera Valimaki

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Joy (Mar 2018) – Interpretations Vol. 5

Simple clear yoke design and subtle waist shaping make this cardigan very easy to wear and very feminine. Delicate minty color soothes your eyes and makes this cardigan total bliss to knit.
Uses Titus 4ply in Bliss

 

Dani Sunshine (aka Lioness Arts)

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Queen Bee (Mar 2018) – Ravelry

Queen Bee is a Henley style sweater and the adult sized equivalent of Honey Bee which featured in the Drift Collection. This sweater is worked seamlessly from the top down. The yoke is worked back and forth with raglan increases. The fronts are then joined and the sleeves and body are worked in the round. Hems and neckline are finished with garter stitch.
Uses Bowland DK in Copper Bucket

 

Janina Kallio of Woolenberry

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Spring Bloom (Mar 2018) – Woolenberry Shawl Club 2018

Light and airy, the focal point of this beautiful shawl is the eye-catching lace, which is as pretty and delicate as the arrival of spring in nature. The lace pattern is interspersed with blocks of garter stitch and eyelet stripes.
Uses Tempo 4ply in Coppice and Silver Birch

 

 

 

Jaya (aka Jayalakshmi of Apoorva Designs) 

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The Walk Together Shawl (Feb 2018) – Knotions website

“The Walk Together” is a deep crescent shawl designed with love and friendship as themes. This shawl with its fuchsia leaf lace border is an ode to those precious moments of togetherness, of friendship, of love, as you walk along the beach, as you speak silent words, as you laugh out loud, as you watch the sunset together, as you enjoy the cozy warmth of a bonfire or gaze at the night sky. Knit this shawl to celebrate and savor such moments, wear it on those special evenings or nights, or gift one to those special people in your life.
Uses Bowland DK in Silver Birch and Faded Bloom

 

Helen Stewart (aka Curious Handmade)

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Winter Rose socks (Feb 2018) – The Handmade Sock Society

Hellebore is magnificently adaptable: growing happily in deep shade and rocky soils, where other plants won’t venture and can’t survive, brightening gloomy corners of the garden during the darkest part of the year. Winter Rose Socks summon the early promise and optimism of their namesake.
Uses Tempo 4ply in Driftwood

 

 

Fragment socks (Feb 2018) – Laine

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Ever since they first appeared in Laine Magazine, Issue 4, The Fragment Socks have been a favourite with the Curious Handmade Community. The original inspiration behind the simple but sophisticated stitch pattern was actually patchwork, and that is where the name Fragment came from.
Uses Bowland 4ply in Oak

This pattern is available individually through Ravelry using the title link or as part of Laine Issue 4. This is available from these Stockists or the Laine online shop. For more information see Lainemagazine.com and follow them here:  @laine_magazine.

 

Liz Corke

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Goldmead (Feb 2018) – Ravelry

Goldmead are knitted in super stretchy twisted rib and feature a cable that travels across the hand,finishing at the base of the little finger. The little finger is also given its own finger, separate from the other three to prevent the mitts slipping down - if you prefer you can knit them straight up and keep the four fingers together.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Marigold

 

Sue Gleave for Knit Now

Pygmalion Shawl (Feb 2018) – Knit Now

Pygmalion is a crescent-shaped shawl worked from the top down, with increases incorporated into the beginning and end of every row. The body of the shawl is worked in a reverse stocking stitch eyelet pattern and the accent rows use turned stitches that are fun to work.
Uses Bowland DK in Stonechat and Whispering Grass

This pattern is only available in Knit Now Issue 85. Issues are available as print versions while stocks last and digital versions which can be found HERE. For more information see knitnowmag.co.uk and see above for social media links.

 

Anna Dervout (aka Along avec Anna)

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Dandelion (Lady Mademoiselle) (Feb 2018) - Ravelry

Lady Mademoiselle Dandelion is a cardigan with a bottom-up construction, and a delicate dandelion stitch on the body. The sleeves are knitted in the round in stockinette stitch, and are then attached to the body to knit the raglan decreases that will shape the neckline.
Uses Hayton 4ply in Stonecrop

 

Melody Hoffmann (aka Mandarine’s)

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I smell snow (Jan 2018) – Ravelry

I smell snow is a modern take on Shetland haps. Construction-wise the traditional lace border has been omitted and replaced with garter stitch and eyelets instead. The eyelets are worked gradiently which makes the knitting relaxing and engaging. The second section is mirroring the first one, which means that you repeat the exact same steps as in section 1 with the exception that you decrease in pattern, aka the rows are getting shorter and shorter!
Uses Titus 4ply in Thunder/Lavender Fields and a contrast colour in another yarn