We've been sharing designs from our latest collection, due for release this month and today we've got the last sneak peek from the book before we announce the blog tour and of course, when and where to buy it! We are thrilled with the Collection and really hope that you will be too.
Perfect for the wintry weather and ice cold blasts of wind, Rock Lea by Judy Furlong is worked up in Scrumptious Chunky, shown here in the 'Water' colourway. Luxuriant cables twist and entwine the length of this scarf, with a moss stitch border. This scarf requires 4 x 100g skeins and the pattern includes written instructions for the charts are provided.
Divelish by Rachel Coopey is an amazing Fair Isle set that is bang on trend. Worked up in Scrumptious 4ply/Sport,(colourways shown here are Natural and Slate) to give a high contrast, geometric pattern that really makes this set stand out. Just 1 skein of each colour is enough for one hat and one pair of mittens. The pattern is worked in the round, using stranded knitting technique.
Kenwyn by the second set designed by Rachel Coopey, this time using Scrumptious Aran. Shown here in the 'Midnight' colourway, the lace and cables in squishy Aran make a wonderfully cosy hat and cowl set. The hat requires a single skein, while the cowl requires two skeins for a fast update to your knitwear wardrobe.
Rachel Coopey is also the designer behind Lerryn our gorgeous mitten set worked up in more Scrumptious Aran. Shown here in the 'Teal' colourway, this is a fun cable pattern that bounces around these lovely mittens, that are soft and snuggly to wear. This is another fast, single skein project.
Want to know even more about any of these patterns? We will be hosting a blog tour in the very near future feature the designers themselves and some friends and contributors we can't wait to introduce you to. Stay tuned!