Unique Knits – Timeless Style

Colourful Crochet

This stylish snood is inspired by a wintery, pebbled path covered in moss of various colours.
It is made of hexagons which are joined as you make the snood. The last round of the hexagon has puff stitches to add extra texture and elegance to this winter essentials.
Using the wonderfully lofty and hazy shades from Mountain Mohair by Green Mountain Spinnery, this snood is perfect to wrap yourself gently and warmly in the cold weather.

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£2.50
Modern & Bobbly

This rectangular shawl features wavy, zigzag lines of ‘bobble and eyelet’ pattern diagonally along the whole length. Imagine you are walking in the woods and then the feeling of freedom when you come out of the leafy tunnel into the open.
It is dreamy and modern; something to keep your hands occupied and then show off to your envious friends! This simple yet elegant shawl has an eyelet edging and is worked seamlessly. Don’t forget to make sure the stitches are decreased over the rows, to maintain the same number of stitches at the beginning of each set.

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£2.50
Flower & Stripe

These sweet, little crochet purses are an easy knit and lots of fun to make! The new updated pattern now has both the flower and the striped versions.

One ball each of the attractive Jamieson’s of Shetland DK colours is sufficient to make two purses, in any of these combinations: 1 striped & 1 flower, 2 striped or 2 flower purses).

The pattern calls for this Sew-On Purse Frame which means you don’t need to use any glue to attach the purse.
Ideal for children’s presents and Christmas stocking-fillers!

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£3.50
Convertible Gloves

The cute and versatile Forget-Me-Not Fingerless Gloves can turn into mittens. They are knitted top-down using double-pointed needles. Featuring an elegant twisted cable motif and Louisa Harding’s wonderful, shimmery Orille Yarns, these pretty and practical hand-warmers are perfect for gift-knitting! (And for keeping your own hands warm during winter knitting-sessions.)

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£3.50
for Knitters

Why not knit a little gift for yourself and your knitting friends? My range of Knitters’ Knitted Gift Patterns includes an attractive Yarn Basket, the Leaf Scissors-Case, the Tree-Trunk Tape Measure Cover and the practical Jumbo Pin-Cushion for your double-pointed needles! Fun to knit and fast to finish, these cute and practical items make the perfect gift for any knitter who needs a little help organising her (or his) equipment!

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£3.50

This pair of Reversible Shetland-Wool Gloves is one of my first original Cotton & Cloud designs! The updated pattern now includes a pair of reversible mittens, using the very best Shetland Wool from Jamieson’s of Shetland DK. The gloves are double-layered for extra warmth, with one side embroidered and the other side decorated with attractive stripes. Nothing keeps hands as warm in winter as a pair of double-layered, Shetland Wool gloves!

Read my step-by-step Glove Tutorials here and here.

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£3.50

Whether you’re out for a winter walk, watching TV or chopping veg in a chilly kitchen, this unique garment is perfect for keeping your neck and shoulders warm, but leaving your arms and hands free!
The Snowcap Cape can be popped over a shirt or a sweater anytime - with no buttons to be fastened – providing a trendy extra layer in seconds!
Inspired by the bumps and dips of a snow-covered ski-ing piste, the Snowcap Cape features an unusual cable-like stitch, created by twisting a set of stitches. The cape is knitted from the bottom-up with circular knitting on circular needles. And as the piece is worked, the pattern repeat decreases to create the fabulous shape naturally!

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£3.50
Small & Large

Prairie Shawl is a beautiful, dainty lace shawl with pointed edges. In the half-circular patterning working from the centre outwards, you can see the mountains, leaves and grass growing as you knit. Throw it around your shoulders anytime to enjoy the instant warmth and soft texture you only get from real bison yarn in this feminine, original and artistically designed shawl.

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£3.50
Half-circle

This beautifully patterned semi-circular shawl is inspired by a water droplets. This daintily patterned shawl features horizontal garter lace edging adding a touch of elegance to any outfit.

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£3.50
Hat & Socks

This cute hat and socks set is the perfect way to keep warm in the cold season. The stranded knitting technique makes the fabric thick and efficient at keeping you cosy. Combined with a matching hat this attractive set looks great and keeps you warm and comfy anywhere you go during the cold season!

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£3.50
A Set of Chunky Accesssories

Shetland Winter Warmers are a pair of convertible gloves and a peek cap. Both items are worked in circular knitting featuring a chunky cable motif. For the convertible gloves, flaps are seamlessly constructed instead of sewing them on afterwards.

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£3.50
Shetland Cobweb Ruffled Shawl

This triangular shawlette is worked from the centre outwards. The ruffled edging is crochet, which is made by first casting off loosely then four double-trebles are worked into each stitch. This method creates dense and delicate ruffles that work for most of the lace yarn. If longer ruffles are desired, work extra rows of single double-treble (dtr) into each stitches. You can also use knitted ruffle edge instead by increasing the number of stitches by 3-4 times and work in stocking stitch.

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£4.00