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Cocoknits Stitch Fixer


A double ended crochet hook that can be used to pick up dropped stitches and for fixing mistakes.  With a 3mm hook at either end of a short shaft it makes rectifying mistakes in garter stitch a breeze.  Made of nickel plated steel.

Concorde Hat Kit


The graphic patterning of this hat reminds us of the iconic silhouette of the passenger jet Concorde. Our Dad worked on the electronics so we would all dive outside to see it fly over in the 70s and 80s, like a Spitfire, you couldn’t mistake the sound of it.

The kit comes with enough of our hand dyed 4ply Blue Faced Leicester Masham yarn to make either size hat using either colour as the main.
The yarn is next to the skin soft with a slightly heathered look on the lighter colours and the charted pattern would make a perfect beginners colour work project.

Contains  2 x approx 30g skeins of Blue Faced Masham 4ply, a printed pattern and a packet of bulb pins.

Concorde Mitten Kit


A cosy, traditional mitten knitted in British wool that uses a whole host of different techniques, allowing you to try something new without committing to a large project.

The mittens start with a provisional crochet cast on and a simple colourwork cuff, the hem is then folded up to encase the floats and a decorative Latvian braid knitted. The body of the mitten is knitted with the yarn held double to keep your hands warm and snug and then grafted together with a few Kitchener stitches for a smooth finish.

The yarn is next to the skin soft with a slightly heathered look on the lighter colours and the charted pattern would make a perfect beginners colour work project.

The colour work pattern is charted.

Contents: 100g Blue Faced Leicester & Masham in Main colour, approx 10g Blue Faced Leicester & Masham in Contrast colour, Printed Pattern, Packet of bulb pins

Crochet Yeah!


Six simple, colourful crochet accessories from The Crochet Project. Using the beautifully soft CoopKnits Socks Yeah! yarn there are patterns for two hats, mittens a scarf, a cowl and even crocheted socks.
Patterns are written using UK crochet terms with American terms in the abbreviations section, all are charted and come with a schematic.

Erika Knight Studio Linen


A unique linen yarn made from recycled wastage and premium natural linen. Cool to the touch, with a hint of a sheen and an elegant drape Studio Linen is a yarn that improves with washing and wearing.

Two skeins will make the lovely Utility Cowl, the free pattern is here or there’s the Utility top which can be purchased from our Ravelry page here.

Ball weight and length – 50g./120 m.
Tension – 21-22 stitches and 28-30 rows to 10 cm/4 inch square
Recommended needle – 3.75mm-4mm
Fibre – 85% recycled rayon linen and15% premium linen
Machine washable – Hand wash only using a mild detergent. Cool iron.

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Palermo


A short-sleeved round neck, edge to edge cardigan knitted in stocking stitch, with integral front and sleeve bands and side vents.

Needles 3.25 mm and 3.75 mm

Finished chest 86 cm 96 cmm 108 cm 122 cm 134 cm
34 in 37.75 in 42.5 in 48 in 52.75 in
Length 55 cm 57 cm 59 cm 61 cm 63 cm
21.75 in 22.5 in 23.25 in 24 in 24.75 in
Yarn (skeins) 7 7 8 8 9

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Positano


A simple vest top knitted in stocking stitch with a soft scoop necking little side vent details.

Needles 3.25 mm and 3.75 mm

Finished chest 82 cm 88 cm 92 cm 98 cm 104 cm
32.5 in 34.75 in 36.25 in 38.5 in 41 in
Length 47 cm 49 cm 51 cm 54 cm 56 cm
18.5 in 19.25 in 20 in 21.25 in 22 in
Yarn (skeins) 4 4 5 5 6

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Sicily


A summer sweatshirt worked in stocking stitch and reverse stocking stitch with a raised stitch centre front detail, shaped side vents and a longer back tail.

Needles 3.75 mm and 3.25 mm circular

Finished chest 116 cm 122 cm 128 cm 134 cm 142 cm
45.5 in 48 in 50.5 in 53 in 56 in
Length front 60 cm 61 cm 63 cm 65 cm 66 cm
23.5 in 24 in 25 in 25.5 in 26 in
Length back 65 cm 66 cm 68 cm 70 cm 71 cm
25.5 in 26 in 26.75 in 27.5 in 28 in
Sleeve length 39 cm 40 cm 40 cm 42 cm 42 cm
15.25 in 15.75 in 15.75 in 16.5 in 16.5 in
Yarn (skeins) 10 11 11 13 13

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Siena


A simple short-sleeved top knitted in stocking stitch with a subtle sheer yoke.

Needles 3.75mm, 5 mm and 5 mm circular

Finished chest 86 cm 96 cm 108 cm 120 cm 134 cm
34 in 37.75 in 42.5 in 47.25 in 52.75 in
Length 51 cm 53 cm 55 cm 57 cm 59 cm
20 in 21 in 21.75 in 22.5 in 23.25 in
Yarn (skeins) 6 6 7 7 8

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Sorrento


A jacket style edge to edge cardigan worked in reverse stocking stitch and stocking stitch with yarn used double and intergral rib front selvedge bands, reverse collar and patch pockets.

Needles 5 mm and 5.5 mm

Finished chest 98 cm 104 cm 110 cm 116 cm 122 cm
38.5 in 41 in 43.75 in 46 in 48.25 in
Length 58 cm 61 cm 64 cm 67 cm 70 cm
23 in 24 in 25.25 in 26.5 in 27.5 in
Sleeve length 38 cm 39 cm 40 cm 41 cm 42 cm
15 in 15.5 in 15.75 in 16 in 16.5 in
Yarn (skeins) 14 15 16 17 18

Erika Knight Studio Linen – Taormina


A simple sweater knitted in a four row lace stitch pattern with a soft, low fee neckline and three quarter length sleeves.

Needles 4 mm

Finished chest 88 cm 98 cm 110 cm 126 cm 136 cm
34.75 in 38.5 in 43.25 in 49.5 in 53.5 in
Length 56 cm 58 cm 60 cm 63 cm 66 cm
22 in 23 in 23.75 in 24.25 in 26 in
Sleeve length 33 cm 35 cm 37 cm 39 cm 41 cm
13 in 13.75 in 14.5 in 15.25 in 16 in
Yarn (skeins) 9 9 10 11 12

Gin & Tonic by Baby Cocktails


Seamless raglan construction worked from the bottom up with cables each side of the body and a cosy cowl.
Comes with a download code.

Yarn: DK

Sizes: 34(36,38,40,44)(46,50,53,56)“ / 85(90,95,100,110)(115,125,132.5,145)cm. Shown worn with 3” of ease.

Yardage: 1350(1400,1450,1550,1650)(1750,1800,1850,1900) yds / 1234(1280,1325,1417,1508)(1600,1645,1691,1737) meters

Needles: 4mm, 4.5mm, 5mm






A luxurious blend of non-muleised merino lambswool and mohair in a 4ply weight, single ply yarn.  It has a rustic, homespun look but is next to the skin soft with tweedy nubs of colour giving it a great depth and richness. It makes light, hardwearing and warm accessories or jumpers with a gorgeous halo and is ideal for colour work. The yarn is spun with a light spinning oil and will bloom and soften on washing.
We really recommend that you sew in ends and wash all tension squares before measuring to get the true size and feel of the sample.
As a single ply yarn, to minimise twisting we recommend laying the skein over the back of a chair when winding into a ball – or you could coerce a friend.

Ball weight and length –approx  50g./200 m. 25g/100m
Recommended needle – 2.75mm-3.75mm
Fibre – 70% merino lambswool,  30% mohair
Washing – Hand wash only using a mild detergent. The yarn is spun with a light spinning oil which needs to be washed off.

Island a collection


Five patterns from Jane Richmond; Grace a classic cardigan, Arbutus a tiered cowl, Renfrew a cabled beanie, Strathcona a v-shaped scarf and Rathtrevor a pair of beaded ribbed mittens.  All inspired by life on Vancouver Island.

An ebook code is included with this book.

Jamieson & Smith Shetland 2ply Jumper Weight


Classic Shetland wool in natural, solid and heathered colours from Jamieson and Smith.  For traditional Fair Isle and vintage 4ply patterns and so much more.  A woollen spun 2 ply yarn it produces a light but warm fabric and the colour range is fantastic, it blooms and softens with washing and is incredibly hard wearing.  For crochet and knitting blankets, shawls, jumpers, mittens and hats the list is endless.

Ball weight and length – 25g./115 m/125 yds
Fibre – 100% Real Shetland Wool
Machine washable – Hand wash using a mild detergent.

Knoll – Kilcarra Tweed


An absolutely lovely tweedy yarn from Knoll. A single ply, woollen spun aran with multi-coloured nubs this yarn fluffs up and softens with washing to give a light and lofty fabric with a rustic look. Ideal for cable or colour work this would make beautiful jumpers and cardigans.

Ball weight and length – 50g./80 m.
Tension – 16 stitches and 25 rows to 10 cm/4 inch square
Recommended needle – 4.5mm-5.5mm
Fibre – 100% wool
Machine washable – Hand wash only using a mild detergent.

Knoll Mohair Tweed


A luxurious blend of merino lambswool and mohair in a double knit weight, single ply yarn.  Beautifully soft with tweedy nubs of colour it would make light and warm accessories or jumpers with a gorgeous halo.

Ball weight and length – 50g./110 m.
Recommended needle – 4mm-4.5mm
Fibre – 70% merino lambswool,  30% mohair
Washing – Hand wash only using a mild detergent.

Max & Bodhi’s Wardrobe


Max & Bodhi’s Wardrobe by Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel of Tin Can Knits.
A book full of classic, practical patterns to swaddle a baby in woolly loveliness. Three of the patterns; Bumble, Playdate and Little Squirrel go up to adult sizes so the whole family can be co-ordinated. Uses a range of yarn weights from sock to DK.

An ebook code is included with this book.



Have you ever thought you deserve a medal for highest achievement in knitting, crochet or stash development?  Do you know a beginner who has put their all into learning their new craft?  Well we have the award for you; the lovely Linsay at Pack & Tickle has fired up her laser and cut these medals for us from FSC approved birch ply with a medal ribbon and fastened with a nickel plated brooch pin.

Length including ribbon: 8cm

Pear shaped safety pins


These life-changing little pins will become your best friend whether for knitting or crochet. Cheap enough not to worry you if they rattle up the vacuum cleaner these little pins can be used as either locking or moveable stitch markers that can be personalised by you.

Twenty pins in a packet.






A collection of crochet patterns that celebrates the beauty of British wool and also celebrates the fact that crochet needn’t just be blankets. The patterns include a cardigan and sweater plus four accessories hat, mittens, socks and a shawl, with easy to follow directions and clear charts.

Stitch markers tin


Soft little rubber rings, mixed aluminium rings with beads and nifty pear shaped pins you’ll have a marker for every eventuality all in a handy little aluminium tin.  Colours may vary.

Fit needles up to 4.5mm
Tin contains 10 of each

The Accessories Project Book One


What’s better than a nice handmade hat?  A handmade hat with matching accessories to keep your hands and neck warm too.  Four accessory sets so you can chose whether you want a complete matching set or a bohemian mix.  There’s a wealth of interesting techniques and constructions and one set is even made from our own hand dyed Ainsworth & Prin Blue Faced Leicester DK.
Patterns are written using UK crochet terms with American terms in the abbreviations section, all are charted and come with a schematic.


The Crochet Project Altair Shawl


A light as a feather, easy to wear shawl…whether you wear it in the day to keep the sun off your shoulders or in the evening to battle the chills. It is named for the Altair geometric colouring books, the forerunners of the modern adult colouring obsession because the striking geometric lace pattern reminded me of my love for them.

One Size: 145 cm / 57” long x 65 cm / 25½” across at widest point after blocking
Yarn: Lace weight;  754 m / 825 yds per 115 g skein
Tension: 5 patt reps & 13 rows = 10 cm / 4” over lace pattern
Hook: 2.5 mm crochet hook

Note: There is no direct US conversion for a 2.5 mm hook so if you can’t find this size, work with either a US B/1 or C/2 depending on whether your gauge is loose or tight, and always use a hook size that will result in the correct gauge after blocking.

Notes: Altair starts at one point and is worked in a pattern that increases on the neck edge towards the shortest edge. RS and WS are notional as pattern is fully reversible. As the pattern starts at a point it makes sense to start the pattern as your swatch. Stop, wash and block the piece to check tension and drape then if satisfied you can continue to work.

UK crochet terminology used throughout.


The Crochet Project Antracita


A top down triangular shawl with a wonderful graphic feel.  Using three colours of DK weight yarn it is an easily memorable pattern that looks more complicated than it is.

Difficulty rating: intermediate

Size: Wingspan 142cm
Depth 63 cm
Can easily be adjusted

Hook size 4.5 mm


The Crochet Project Doris


With stripes, short row wedges and alternating stitches there’s something to always keep you interested in this shawl pattern.

2 x 100g (380 m each) 4ply yarn
Hook 4mm
Stitch markers

Difficulty rating: easy
Skills needed: basic crochet, working in rounds, increasing, short rows (fully explained)

Size: Wingspan 214 cm
Depth 59 cm



The Crochet Project Flag Iris


A lightly textured and patterned shawl that can be worked in vibrant stripes but would look equally beautiful in neutral or muted shades.

2 x 100g (500m each) fine 4ply
Hook 3.5mm

Difficulty rating: easy
Skils needed: basic crochet, working in rows

Size: Wingspan 145 cm, Depth 56 cm


The Crochet Project Lake of Menteith Shawl


Fan motifs are used to create a wide narrow shape and open drape for this shawl. It starts at the bottom with three adjoining motifs and then builds up in rows.  The motifs are joined in as they go, with outer edges using foundation stitches where there is no motif to work into.

1 x 50g skein in 4 colours (202m each) 4ply yarn
Hook 5mm
Stitch markers

Difficulty rating: easy
Skills needed: basic crochet, working in rows, increasing, joining motifs on

Size: Wingspan 182 cm

Depth 66 cm



The Crochet Project Riley & Saunders


Whether you want to treat a loved one or yourself, these quick to make crochet socks are a hug for your feet. Riley and Saunders are two complimentary sock patterns into yarn weights. With a wide range of sizes from baby to size 13 adults you can make them for every member of the family and the length is fully adjustable for a great fit. Both are worked cuff down.

For Riley most sock weight yarns
Hooks: 2.5mm, 3mm, 3.5mm
For Saunders a plump DK, worsted or aran weight
Hooks: 4.5mm, 5mm, 6mm
2 stitch markers

Difficulty rating: easy
Skills needed: basic crochet, working in rounds, decreasing, short rows (fully explained), slip stitching, missing stitches




The Crochet Project Two Row Tee


A figure flattering top is as easy to make as it is to throw on.The sideways construction means there are only two rows to the pattern and the seamed (but no sew) construction means that you literally can’t get the fit wrong.

Finished bust: Fully adjustable . Designed to be worn with 10% negative ease at the bust. Eg. for a  40in bust finished size will be approx. 36in.
Finished length: For underarm depth S (M, L) total length from shoulder to hip is = 53 (58, 62)cm/21 (23, 25) in.

To fit bust measuring up to:
80:90:100:110:125:140:155 cm/32:36:40:44:50:56:62 in

4:5:5:6:7:8:8 50g skeins Coop Knits Socks Yeah! (4ply weight, 75% Merino Superwash Wool,25%nylon, 212m/50g)
3.5mm (US E) hook.

Because the top is sized to exact fit, yarn amounts may vary.

2 pattern repeats and 12 rows in pattern to 10 cm/4 in using 3.5mm
hook (or size needed to achieve tension)
23 sts and 19 rows in half treble (US half double) in back loop only, blocked but unstretched to 10 cm/4 in using 3.5mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension)

Difficulty Rating 

Skills Needed 
Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, foundation double crochet
(optional), missing stitches, working into chain spaces.

Worked sideways in two pieces, joined with crochet rather than sewing. The top is designed to be worn with a lot of negative ease in the bust and hips (ie stretch to fit).

Pattern is written and charted using standard UK terms (US conversions given in abbreviations)

The Learn to Crochet Project – A Beginners Course

This is the book for beginners that we always wanted to write. It’s the one we wish we could have learnt from. Between the two of us we’ve taught hundreds of people to crochet in classes up and down the UK (and abroad). The more you teach beginners the more you see the different areas that people struggle with and which simple tips can be shared to overcome them. We wanted this book to give you the same feeling of being in class, to give you the same level of information imparted in a friendly way, to distil all the teaching experience we’ve gained. It is spiral bound so it lays nice and flat while you work and makes it easy to flip back and forth between the various bits of information you might need. We want this book to give you the best start possible.

As makers and designers we have always been more interested in things to wear than things for the home. And it is fair to say that we get very frustrated with some of the useless items that beginners get given to make (mug cosies we are looking at you!) That’s why in this book we have focussed on wearable items. There is something very wonderful about being able to make something to wear right from the beginning. There’s no better feeling than being able to respond to a comment about your clothing by saying “Thanks, I made it!”

So let’s get you crocheting! We have written the book as though it is a course so it is best to start at the beginning and work your way through the text and the projects in order.
It contains 4 projects over 80 pages:

The Burwell Cowl is the first project in the book and is designed to help you practice your basic stitches.

The Wicken Mitts are an introduction to working into row ends, following a pattern and making something to fit.

The Bottisham Hat introduces you to working in the round, making a traditional motif, working seamlessly and decreasing.

The Quy Shawl introduces you to reading charts, working lace patterns, picots, understanding special stitches, increasing in pattern.

The book is written in UK standard crochet terminology and has a full discussion of the differences between the UK and US standards and makes references to the US terms throughout.

The Shawl Project Book Three


Five shawl patterns based on mini-skein sets.  The patterns work well whether you want to invest in a mini skein set or if you want to use up small amounts of yarn left over from other projects, with each pattern using either a 100g pack of 4ply mini skeins or a pack of skeins and an additional 100g.
Patterns are written using UK crochet terms with American terms in the abbreviations section, all are charted and come with a schematic.