English Yarns HomeShopping Cart
 

Navigation
Advanced Search
Site Map

Introduction
Home
Patterns
Our Yarns
How to Order
Contact us

What's New

FREE Patterns

ePatterns

SALE Items

Rowan Yarns
Introduction
Online Store

Rowan Classic
Introduction
Online Store

Kim Hargreaves
Online Store

Amy Butler
Online Store

Erika Knight
Introduction
Online Store

Sublime by Sirdar
Introduction
Online Store

Sirdar
Introduction
Online Store

Regia Sock
Online Store

Filz-It! Felting
Online Store

Accessories
Knitting Needles
Buttons, Beads, etc.

Other
Currency Converter
Knitting Workshops
Gift Vouchers

Subscribe to Newsletter




Products > ROWAN > 

Rowan Magazines


(zero-rated VAT)


Copyright
Please note that due to copyright reasons we cannot accept books, patterns, and magazines back for credit or refund.
NamePicture       Description       Quantity
Left
PriceOrdering
Magazine No. 70 Click for more information Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 70 (ZM70)

With many exciting new patterns.

Featuring 3 stories - PLATINUM, VIVID and MAISON.

PLATINUM...

This collection of exquisite designs features subtly sparkling threads, colourwork and tempting textures.

VIVID...

Cosy accessories by Georgia Farrell will appeal to knitters of all abilities. Brighten up winter days with vibrant pink, yellow, orange and turquoise, set against subtle hues of green, grey and purple.

MAISON...

Whimsical motifs and captivating patterns Martin Storey has created a homeware collection of soft cushions, runners and throws that will add fun and vivacity to homes interiors using Felted Tweed Aran & Pure Wool Superwash Worsted. 



More Details...
N e w
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 69 Click for more information Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 69 (ZM69)

With many exciting new patterns.

Featuring 2 stories - NOSTALGIA and COTTON CLASSICS.

NOSTALGIA... 28 Designs

With a palette of ice cream colours and striking black and white, our Nostalgia Collection for men and women re-visits those golden moments of the 1950s, adding a playful, modern twist to the vintage fashion trend.

The past meets the present with easy-going, textured cardigans and chic, short-sleeved, cropped sweaters. Knitted in light summer yarns, Nostalgia features cables, geometric colourwork and pretty lace details.

COTTON CLASSICS... 12 designs

Martin Storey's exquisite Cotton Capsule Collection for women blends comfort and wearability with understated luxury. This is the perfect trans seasonal capsule wardrobe, featuring longline cardigans with deep pockets, sweaters and ponchos. Martin's beautiful textured cables are captivating to knit while Softyak adds delight to the knitting experience. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 68 Click for more information Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 68 (ZM68)

Exciting new patterns.

Featuring 3 stories - SEAMLESS, HOMEWARE and CITY TWEED.

SEAMLESS

The focus is truly seamless design, incorporating top down and in the round with designs shaped in such a way seams are not necessary. Interesting construction and unusual shapes, elegantly designed using textured cables and colourwork.

HOMEWARE

A comfortable collection of hand knits inspired by the 'hygge’ feeling of coming home. Soft, brushed and lofty wools combined with plant based linens and cottons for drape and durability, knitted in textures of ribs, stripes and woven style stitches, these designs celebrate the tactility of hand knitting to create modern pieces in which to cocoon, wrap and feel present. Knitted in neutral tones of warm beige and stone with shades of teal, highlights of chartreuse and a pop of orange.

CITY TWEED

A collection of eight designs by Martin Storey using Felted Tweed. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 67 Click for more information Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 67 (ZM67)

Exciting new patterns.

Featuring 2 stories - TWIN SETS and CROCHET FOCUS.

TWIN SETS

A collection of garments and shawls using a range of crochet stitches and motifs suitable for beginner to advanced crocheters. The palette ranges from neutrals, to soft oranges, yellows and teals.

CROCHET FOCUS

A collection of garments and shawls using a range of crochet stitches and motifs suitable for beginner to advanced crocheters. The palette ranges from neutrals, to soft oranges, yellows and teals. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 66 - Packaged Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 66 for Autumn/Winter 2019 from Rowan Yarns.

39 exciting new patterns.

ROWAN are refreshing the way they offer the Rowan Magazine.

Still the same design ethos and number of designs but divided into 2 sections to allow the knitter options.

The Rowan Main Magazine is now available in 2 seperate sections (BOOKBOUND and FOCUS), or together (PACKAGED). 



More Details...
Unlimited
   13.95

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 66 - Bookbound Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 66 for Autumn/Winter 2019 from Rowan Yarns.

A collection of classic yet modern, timeless knitwear. Photographed in the historic university town of Cambridge and using Rowan’s best loved yarns, using a tran seasonal palette of greys, blues, browns and greens, with a colourful mix on highlighted garments.

Number of Designs: 24 



More Details...
Unlimited
   10.95

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 66 - Focus Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 66 for Autumn/Winter 2019 from Rowan Yarns.

This is a special design focused supplement that allows the Rowan designer to target design to specific yarns or target a new yarn launch in a more direct way.

Lisa Richardson uses the new Cashmere Haze and Island Blend and has produced design in soft tonal colour palette allowing the beauty of the yarns to show through.

Number of Designs: 15 



More Details...
UnlimitedList Price:
£9.50

Sale Price:
   6.95

Quantity:  


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. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


Magazine No. 63 Click for more information Knitting and Crochet Magazine No. 63 for Spring/Summer 2018 from Rowan Yarns.

Rowan Magazine 63 contains 39 exciting new patterns. Featuring 2 Stories: Modern Nomad & Willow.

Modern Nomad
...a collection of 21 designs featuring classic, wearable shapes, using stitch textures and colour mixes inspired by woven Nomadic textiles.

Willow
... a collection of 18 designs relaxed simples shapes using textures, Nautical stripes and Fairisle pattern taking inspiration from traditional blue and white Delftware & Ikats fabrics. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


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. 



More Details...
Unlimited
   12.50

Quantity:  


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. 


More Details...
Discontinued - limited quantity leftList Price:
£12.50

Sale Price:
   7.95

Quantity:  


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. 


More Details...
Discontinued - limited quantity left
   12.50

Quantity:  





 

Secure online trading with the following cards:
mastercard visa visa electron Solo delta
  1997-2021, English Yarns Ltd./Shoreham Knitting and Needlecraft.