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  1. SPP80, Throwback Cardigan, Digital
    $7.99

    Here is a wonderful original Raglan cardigan design from Meg Swansen, a throwback to a sweater knit for her by her mother Elizabeth Zimmermann, featuring the unique application of a cable at the Raglan points, hem and cuffs. Includes complete instructions for 6 sizes, as well as an overview of Elizabeth’s Percentage System (EPS) for custom sizing a Raglan Yoke. Learn More
  2. WG 105 Weekend Raglan

    From $5.50

    Meg provides a template using Elizabeth’s Percentage System for you to knit a custom-fitting seamless Raglan Yoke sweater. ‘Input’ your desired dimension and decrease choices for a unique and comfortable sweater. Meg’s version is knit is our beautiful Heritage/Rangeley 100% wool, but you can easily use the yarn and gauge of your choice. This issue includes book reviews, technique instruction, and plenty of design options to help you customize your raglan. Learn More
  3. Selbu Patterns

    Selbu Patterns

    Anne Bårdsgård
    $39.95

    Discover the Rich History of a Norwegian Knitting Tradition with Over 400 Charts and Classic Designs for Socks, Hats & Sweaters. Here is a tantalizing new book from the author of the magnificent Selbu Mittens, and it is simply gorgeous; even better than expected (and my expectations were lofty). As Anne Bårdsgård began collecting Selbu patterns for her mitten book, she had hundreds of additional garments with motifs too large, or otherwise not applicable to mittens - so, luckily for us, this follow-up book seemed inevitable. Just under 300 pages of charts and historical photographs, plus detailed descriptions of garment construction for knitters: men’s and women’s sweaters (both fitted and straight), stockings, hats, and baby bonnets. In English, thanks to Carol Rhoades. Hardcover, $39.95 P.S. We still have copies of Anne Bårdsgård’s splendid Selbu Mittens, Hc $39.95

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  4. Knitting Tams: Charted Fair Isle Designs -Digital Book
    $20.00

    Mary is a magician - mixing patterns and colors to create beautiful, functional works of art. This digital version of Knitting Tams includes 4 new Mary Rowe designs (new in August 2021) - for a total of twenty one - all of which feature comprehensive charts. We think you’ll love knitting these wonderful little jewels. You can play with Fair Isle patterns and colors without having to commit to an entire sweater. Most of the tams are knitted in our beautiful Shetland Spindrift, available in over 200 sparkling colors. Includes 2 larger tams in our Regal and Quebecoise wools. One of Mary's new tams (seen at left) is inspired by Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Digital. Learn More
  5. Shetland Adventure Journal Volume I
    $38.95

    This Journal is a gift to help assuage the disappointment caused by cancellation of Shetland Wool Week and all other trips and tours planned to the Shetland Islands. The author, Misa Hay, was the original editor for issues of the Shetland Wool Week Annual, and has assembled this compilation of knitting patterns, walks, recipes, stories, and inspiration. A perfect gift for knitters and North Sea island lovers to have a comforting wallow in all things Shetland. This first volume was re-issued and is a limited edition, so do not tarry. 164pp, paperback. Learn More
  6. Shetland Adventure Journal Volume 2
    $38.95

    From the authors/editors and designers: We are excited to introduce the Shetland Wool Adventures Journal vol.2 which will feature 6 beautiful knitting projects, interesting articles written by Shetland experts, walks, seasonal Shetland recipes, Shetland book reviews, stunning photography and much more. Garment photos shot by Susan Molloy. Shetland Wool Adventures Journal, a celebration of craft, creativity, adventure and all things Shetland. Beautifully designed, presented and printed in the UK, the Journal features beautiful photography, knitting patterns, walks, interesting stories, interviews, recipes and some personal insights into the lives of the isles’ top knitters and craftspeople. Shetland Wool Adventures Journal vol.2, includes: • 164 pages • 6 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed by Susan Molloy and illustrated Lorna Reid • an interview with Kate Davies, Ruth Brownlee and Ellie Duncan of Island Ceramics • 10 articles about Shetland wool, knitting, textiles and heritage • Shetland books review by Hayley Anderton • 3 brilliant coastal walks by Gill Nadin • seasonal Shetland recipes by Marian Armitage • book reviews by Hayley Anderton • an exclusive first chapter of 'A Fair Isle Nurse' memoir written by Mona McAlpine that is being published by 60 North Publishing this autumn Designers featured in this issue: Wilma Malcolmson, Ella Gordon, Anne Eunson, Rachel Hunter, Linda Shearer and Barbara Cheyne. Learn More
  7. The Tomten Streaming Video
    $25.00

    Knit along with Meg Swansen through every step of Elizabeth Zimmermann’s beloved Tomten Jacket. Custom sizing directions are provided at the end of the video, so you can plan ahead and work your own numbers as Meg shows details of every necessary technique, including cast-on, color-changes, selvedges, knitting-up, increasing/decreasing, cast-off, weaving, afterthought pockets, I-Cord, and more. Includes a thorough section on blocking and installing a zipper. 110 minutes. Learn More
  8. WG 104 Celtic Border Vest

    From $5.50

    This vest is knit with a color-pattern motif adapted from one in the book Celtic Charted Designs. It features corrugated ribbing at the lower edge and a fascinating stranded section which transitions to a single-color top for simple shaping and finishing. Knit in the spectacular Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift - duplicate Meg’s colors, or choose your own; complete instructions with chart and sizing guidelines.

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  9. Making Marls

    Making Marls

    Cecelia Campochiaro
    $65.00

    Making Marls is a ground-breaking, lushly illustrated, and beautifully made book about multistrand handknitting and the creation of marled fabrics. The technique is as simple as knitting multiple strands of yarn together. With this approach, any knitter can invent a vast number of textured and colored fabrics. As with her first book, Sequence Knitting, author Cecelia Campochiaro takes a systematic look at a subject that has been hiding in plain sight for centuries. In Making Marls, the word “sequence” is used to describe the order of marl stripes, rather than the stitch sequences in Sequence Knitting. There are common-strand sequences, bridging sequences, sequences from gradient sets, complex sequences, and even improvisational sequences. The book can be approached on three levels: • A reference book about multistrand handknitting • A pattern book with over thirty “recipes” • A source book for designers and knitters who want to work with many colors Regardless of whether one is new to knitting or a seasoned expert, this book will delight and inspire. Published in 2020.

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  10. Selbu Mittens

    Selbu Mittens

    Anne Bårdsgård
    $39.95

    This extraordinary book is now in English, thanks to Carol Rhoades. You will be staggered by variety of charts offered. Historically there is one motif for the cuff, another for the thumb gusset, then a thumb designs, a palm pattern, plus the main motif for the back of the hand. And for that narrow 3 to 5 stitch vertical divider between palm and back, there are no fewer than 60 different charts from which to choose. Hardcover, 296 pp. Published in English, 2019. Learn More

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