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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.

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.

Special Order Merino & Silk Bosky


This listing is a special order for Merino & Silk Single in Bosky

Ball weight and length – 100g./400 m.
Fibre – 70% Superwash Merino, 30% Silk
Washing – Hand wash only using a gentle detergent.


Special Order Mohair & Silk Lace Sticky Toffee


This listing is a special order for 50g Mohair & Silk Lace in Sticky Toffee

Ball weight and length – 50g/420m
Fibre – 72% Kid Mohair, 28% Silk
Washing – Hand wash only using a gentle detergent


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 Shetland Trader – Flukra


FLUKRA  – snow falling in large flakes Shetland.

This shawl begins with a Shetland construction method to create the center triangle. Stitches are then easily picked up from the yarn over loops that are formed down two sides and the border is worked outwards from the triangle. The shawl is finished with an edging that is knitted sideways and attached to the live sts of the border as it is being worked.

Lace is worked on both sides of the knitting, however there is no right or wrong side to the knitting.

Yarn: 640m lace weight yarn

Needles: 4mm 80cm circular needle

Size: Approx 153cm across the top of shawl and 69cm depth at centre

The Shetland Trader – Hansel


This pattern is for a full or half sized version of a traditional Shetland Hap shawl.
The shawl is constructed in 3 parts. It begins with the centre worked in garter st.  Yarn overs are formed at the beginning of every row during the centre  section. Stitches are then easily picked up from the very visible yarn over loops along the edges and the border is worked outwards. The shawl is finished with an edging that is knitted sideways and attached to the live sts of the border as it is being worked.

Yarn: Fingering weight yarn
550 (1100) yards of MC, 82 (164) yards of CC1, 82 (164) yards of CC2, 66 (132) yards of CC3 and 66 (132) yards of CC4

Needles:5mm 24, 32, 40 inch circular
5mm DPN (one only)

Size: Half: 54¾ inches wide and 28½ deep
Full: 54¾ inches square

The Shetland Trader Book Two


Designer Gudrun Johnston draws inspiration from the Shetland Islands in this collection of nine patterns that feature fairisle and lace techniques.  There are five sweater patterns, a cardigan and three accessories using a range of yarn weights the sweaters and cardigan come in a wide range of adult sizes.

An ebook code is included with this book.

Three From The Top


Three From the Top from The Crochet Project has three patterns for top down, crocheted cardigans that will fit any one from new born baby to a 60 inch bust.  There’s Aberfoyle a simple, circular yoke cardigan with eyelets and contrast stripes at the yoke, hem and cuff.  Callander, a raglan with textured edgings and a single button at the neck. And Kippen a shawl collared cardigan with ribbed collar, hem and cuffs.
All the patterns are well written with detailed instructions using standard UK terms.

Tin can knits – Bounce


A modern heirloom blanket in wonderful combination of lace and stripes.  The lace pattern is both charted and written out.

Yarn: DK or worsted weight yarn in MC one or more CCs
MC: 260 (400) yds or approx 15 (18) yds per stripe
CC: 480 (735) yds or approx 30 (35) yds per stripe

Needles: 4.5mm 60cm circular needle

Size: Pram (throw / crib) sized blanket measures 27 (32)” wide by 33 (43)” long. The sample shown is the throw / crib size. Blanket width can be adjusted by adding or subtracting a multiple of 12 sts (2.75”).