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Magazine No. 64 Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 64 for Autumn/Winter 2018 from Rowan Yarns.

37 exciting new patterns.

Featuring 2 Stories RUBY & ALPACA CLASSIC.

RUBY
... is a collection of 20 designs celebrating 40 years of Rowan. Design inspiration is simply ‘Ruby Red’ and newly introduced ruby reds and existing shades of reds feature in all designs.

ALPACA CLASSIC
...is a collection of 17 designs by Lisa Richardson. 



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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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