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Magazine No. 62 Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 62 for Autumn/Winter 2017 from Rowan Yarns

Rowan Magazine 62 contains 41 exciting new patterns for women from designers such as Lisa Richardson, Martin Storey and Sarah Hatton. Knitted in our popluar yarns including Kidsilk Haze, Fine Lace and Felted Tweed, designs include comfy cable and lace sweater and cardigans as well as a beautiful selection of accessories. 



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Magazine No. 61 Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 61 for Sping/Summer 2017 from Rowan Yarns. Magazine 61 offers 30 transeasonal designs in our classic summer yarns including Softyak DK and Cotton Glace. Peace is a collection of classic, elegant womens designs including cable and lace knits. Beachcomber is our family collection which features several designs offering sizes for childrens through to mens.

Featuring 2 Stories Beachcomber & Peace.

Beachcomber:16 designs for men, women & children by Lisa Richardson, Martin Storey, Sarah Hatton, Tanja Steinbach Marie Wallin, Brandon Mably.

Peace:12 designs for women by Lisa Richardson, Martin Storey, Sarah Hatton, Marie Wallin. 



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Magazine No. 60 Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 60 for Autumn/Winter 2016 from Rowan Yarns. Featuring 2 Stories Tempest & Felted Tweed.

Tempest - 26 designs for men & women by Martin Storey, Marie Wallin, Sarah Hatton, Lisa Richardson, Brandon Mably, Georgia Farrell, Carlo Volpi.

Felted Tweed - 17 designs for women by Lisa Richardson. 



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Magazine No. 59 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2016. Rowan is promoting two stories this Spring/Summer - Coastal and Kyoto. Coastal colours are faded denims through to driftwood and pebble shades. The knitwear is relaxed, simple, easy to wear and inspired by textures and traditional guernseys. Different generations are used to give a family feel to this contemporary story. Kyoto colours are strong vibrant and contrasting. The Knitwear is patterned with flowers and shapes are inspired by all things Japanese. 


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Magazine No. 58 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2015. Winter 2015 is an exciting knitwear season with many catwalk collections showcasing knits as the main feature.The emphasis on yarns are brushed finishes, soft wools, mohairs and furs creating soft touch fabrics.To reflect the seasons trends Rowan is promoting TRANQUIL and FROST ... and of couse the ESSENTIALS collection showcasing the key shapes for the season. 


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Magazine No. 57 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2015. This season’s knits are influenced by natural landscapes and traditional techniques. Yarn trend for the new season embraces the hand crafted idea by offering rustic and homespun yarns as well as clean and modern yarns. Rowan is promoting two stories to reflect these major trends for the Spring 2015 DAY DREAM and RELIC. The ESSENTIALS collection of the magazine takes a new direction this season by concentrating on another major trend - denim, whilst still promoting the key shapes of the season. 


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Magazine No. 56 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2014. The new collection of yarns for Autumn Winter 2014/15 are influenced largely by simplicity and a quiet modernity. Yarns are voluminous, fluffy, hairy, felted or brushed but all are weightless in character. Shetland melanges and rustic tweeds, mixing with heavily textured yarns add a hand crafted feel. Autumnal colours of warm neutral shades, camel, burned and dense chocolate. Grey is always present ranging from pale icy cold melanges to dark gunmetal. Brights colours are lively and enriched by contrasting with winter white and anthracite grey. 


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Magazine No. 55 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2014. Yarn character for spring 14 explores many textures and surfaces, the key looks are: ultra-light transparency, yarns inspired by the air, a light touch of glimmer, fresh and neat, unrefined stringy yarns, raw and unbleached linens, dry, slubbed and irregular yarns. For this season’s knitwear inspiration, we look to the sky and then back to the earth. These are two opposing directions, one heavenly and future facing, the other grounded and ancient in its appeal. These two diverse expressions co-exist by giving us a great experience of both worlds. The qualities of the air: lightweight, almost transparent and celestial grasp our imagination in the intrepretation into an ultra feminine lace and openwork trend. The materials of the earth also motivate us: the mysterious, the slow and the natural with undulating strata of ancient geological features inspiring colour blended stripes, rustic textures and handcrafted artisan crochet. 


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Magazine No. 54 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2013. Knitwear sits centre stage of the fashion world creating the drama for the season ahead, with many of the catwalk designers having drawn inspiration for their collections from historic references such as the Baroque. We seek comfort in our home life and the importance of homemade commodities. Fashion is looking to the handicraft textiles of Eastern Europe and the nomadic lifestyle. Rustic and sober, is a strong movement in design, with brocades, rich embroideries and the use of shimmering metallic yarns coming through. Yarn for winter 2013/2014 explores many textures and surfaces - a season where the plain and elaborate co-exist. 


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Magazine No. 53 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2013. The retro looks of previous seasons continue with a hint of the 1950’s and a loud buzz of the 1960’s. Colours are bright, energetic, sun drenched and full of life, balanced only by natural blushing skin tones which fade into airy greens and hazy yellows. 


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Magazine No. 52 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2012. Knitwear is high on the agenda again this season featuring in many of the catwalk collections. This is the season of extremes with different scales of yarn emerging from the super lightweight through to the super chunky. These extremes are also seen in knit design from the neat and elegant to the grungy and worn out.

NOTE: There is an Addendum for the ORKNEY pattern in Rowan Magazine 52: See Appendum here

 



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Magazine No. 51 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2012. 'Back to Nature’ is one of the major trends for Spring 2012. The use of earthy colours, textured stitches and yarns combined with simple shapes create a look to reflect a healthy, happy and outdoor lifestyle. Colours are influenced by vegetable dyes and styling is simple. The retro looks of the previous season continues into spring 2012. Hints of the past merge with modern simple 50’s and 60’s chic creating an important trend which is young, fun and fresh. 


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Magazine No. 50 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2011.Winter 2011 will be knit dominated. The total knitted outfit will make a comeback and everything from socks to hair bands will become a focus for knit design. We will see the extremes of feminine dressing with heavily layered and slightly vagabond looks contrasting with the elegance of the return to womanly curves and the feminine ‘nipped in’ waistline.

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Magazine No. 47 Click for more information Spring/Summer 2010. There is a serene calmness about the trends for Spring 2010, with femininity, elegance, vintage and drape being the key words for the season. Natural yarns are as popular as ever, with the majority of yarn aficionados declaring that ecological and sustainable yarns are becoming the norm rather than the exception. We see the emergence of recycled yarns mostly with fibres such as recycled silk, cotton and viscose. Sustainable yarns made from hemp, linen and corn are also very important in both heavier, rustic effects as well as being blended with fibres such as silk and viscose to create beautiful, fine draping yarns with fantastic fluidity, great stitch definition and understated shine. 


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Magazine No. 46 Click for more information Autumn/Winter 2009. With resurgence in handicrafts and all things handmade, winter 2009/10 sees the celebration of traditional craftsmanship. Hand knitwear is the perfect opportunity for the discerning consumer to express their creative flair in an environmentally responsible way. Consumers are willing to invest their precious time and money creating ageless knitwear that offers quality, luxury and longevity. With a continuing trend for natural fibres, yarns are light and fluffy, warm and airy or dense including matted, scrubbed, hairy and primitive.

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