Sarah Hatton!

What am I doing you might ask!

3 swatches for one sweater!

(L-R, Rowan Felted Tweed DK, Kidsilk Haze (held double), Kidsilk Haze (single)


One design, 3 options!

In Kidsilk Haze, knit using two strands (left) this sweater would be great for every occasion, from house party to fancy night out!


Want a dramatic sheer look? Knit it in a single strand of Kidsilk Haze....wear it with a slinky little camisole, oh my!

Knit in Felted Tweed DK (right), it's a great sweater

for a more casual layered look!

I love this one design, many options idea by Sarah Hatton!


"ROWAN Loves..." a new series of books by Sarah Hatton

This first one features +RowanYarns Kidsilk Haze and Felted Tweed

You can knit the 9 designs using either yarn
giving the garment completely different looks!

The cover cardigan offers design options

to make it your own!


The brochure features 9 designs with plenty of options. 
Use Felted Tweed or Kidsilk Haze!
Gosh...Kidsilk Stripe would work too!!!

Want to see all of the designs?  
You'll have to visit the Knit Rowan web site here!

This design collection will be at your LRS (Local Rowan Stockist)
soon! (Ask, they might have it already!)





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"Til next time, Happy Knitting!

Anne

Comments

  1. I love that sweater! I saw it come up in my Facebook feed a couple days ago. It would look good on my oldest daughter. So many wonderful things to knit - Moraig, multiple sweaters in Kate's upcoming yoke book, my Bressay dress and Fair Isle vest still on my needles, and now this. If only the days were a bit longer, or we stopped needing to eat so I could use meal prep as knitting time. :-)

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    1. It is hard to decide on a project..for sure....too many fun things!

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  2. Our choice is... the Felted Tweed DK... We love the look and the finished garment is the perfect weight for many options....
    Gals @ greyheronyarns.com

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  3. Got to be the felted tweed = so soft.

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  4. So cool! I need to see this book in person! I love KSH, always looking for patterns for it!

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  5. Ooh, no! I'm going to have to make this in FT.

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