Patterns

Patterns



Living in the woods which can be damp and dark and being a lover of light Joanne often longs for light and warmth and this hat takes her to that place. 

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This hat sits comfortably and snugly on the head and is soft and very warm. The inspiration is drawn from the seed heads of the wild carrot plant known as the beautiful Queen Anne's Lace. 

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A beautiful Art Deco hat which is intriguingly addictive and pleasing to knit, the result being a stunning hat reminiscent of the 1920s. 

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Sarah Hazells cushion cover project will be published in the May 2016 edition of Knitting Magazine. Later in the year this will be available as a kit along with more accessories and home wares via sarah-hazell.com

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I designed this cowl as part of the introduction of the new Isle Yarns Spring colours 2016. This cowl sits loosely round the neck and can be worn elegantly with a blouse, shirt or sweater or as a scarf on cold days. The design takes me to the seaside where the waves are gently ebbing and flowing. 

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Inspired by rural running routes this hat has been designed to fit close to keep you warm, and stay in place, whilst running, walking or generally being active. The beautiful Isle Yarn gives the lace repeat great definition and the DK weight makes it a quick knit. 

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Who is Ben, you ask? He has worn these mitts while caring for the animals and land on his family’s farm, while honing his skills as a photographer of the picturesque countryside, and even while trekking through the Icelandic highlands. And his hands were kept warm all the way!

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Ben’s Hat came about as a compliment to Ben’s Mitts. Also knit using Isle Yarns DK Poll Dorset Wool, this simple hat can be easily sized and is perfect for men and women. Using the same Farrow Rib patterning, this lofty and stretchy hat will chase any chill away.

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