From quirky clashes to toning classics, express yourself in the colours you love with the Emily jumper. Its straightforward box fit shaping and all over stocking stitch make it easy to knit and easy to wear. The ideal confidence builder project for novice knitters.
The Georgina jumper is the knitting equivalent of an invigorating walk on a crisp winter day, guaranteed to clear your head and put a smile on your face. Using seven colours, the intricate pattern creates a standard set in sleeve design with a fairisle top section that makes wonderful use of Woodland’s fleck and twist.
If you love Georgina’s multi-colour fairisle look, the scarf is just as splendid as the jumper but simpler to knit. Designed to be knitted in a double width, all the floats at the back will be cleverly hidden inside once the scarf is folded over and finished.
The Juliet wrap cardigan takes a simple stitch and applies just a touch of detail to create a statement piece you’ll throw on whenever you can. Knitted mainly in stocking stitch, subtle lines of moss stitch create the interest from collar to hip. Your go-to seasonal cover-up.
We all love a bit of period drama, and this intricate, feminine cardi has it in spades. The elegant lace and cable pattern of the sleeves creates a lovely contrast with the plain stocking stitch body. As for the shawl collar, well, let’s just say it’s a wrap.
Just like the Samantha jumper, the Samantha hat uses a striking arrow pattern to create a fresh, two colour fairisle piece. If you already knit in the round, this is the perfect small project to hone your skill and practise your colourwork. If you’re new to it, here’s your chance to have a go.