Textured Knitting | Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin Yarns

We’ve been experimenting with the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin yarns to make textured knits for the autumn months! The varying thickness of the yarn creates a unique effect, perfect for all of your knitted garments and accessories.

Rowan Thick 'n' ThinThe Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin yarn varies in thickness creating a natural texture in your knitting as you go. The yarn is really easy to work with and the finished result is an unusual but beautiful piece of knitting.

The colours are all wonderfully rich and tempting, from deep purple, burgundy and navy to earthy shades of moss green, amber and sky blue. There are variegated yarns in a range of colours, like Pumice and Basalt, as well as plainer colours woven with black to accentuate the textured effect, like Soapstone and Flint. This stylish ‘Orbit’ hat (from the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin pattern book) has been made using Marble, which is a colour that’s set to be on trend this autumn!

Rowan Thick 'n' ThinIf you’re looking for project inspiration, the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin pattern book contains 15 fashionable knitting patterns that make the most of this textured yarn. From cute hats, cosy scarves and stylish cowls, to warm jumpers and pretty cardigans, the designs are simple and practical but with a contemporary edge. There’s something for everyone, with easy-to-wear and easy-to-make garments and accessories using a range of knitting techniques, including ribbing and cabling.

This gorgeous ‘Meteor’ jumper (from the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin pattern book) has been made using Pyrite, which combines an attractive range of dark red and purple shades. The yarns are all 100% merino wool, so they’re guaranteed to be soft and luxurious against your skin. The yarn goes a long way too, and you can make a basic scarf with just 4 balls!

Start knitting with the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin yarn to create textured garments and accessories with a modern twist. Why not make a colourful cowl with Granite, a simple hat with Dolomite, or a cute cardigan with Greenstone? For more project ideas, don’t forget to check out the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin pattern book too.

Rowan Thick 'n' ThinHave you made anything with the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin yarn? We’re making a scarf with Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin Shale. Which is your favourite colourway? Leave a comment below or post your photos on our Facebook page!

What will you create today?

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*The images included in this blog are not suitable for third party use. Images taken from the Rowan Thick ‘n’ Thin pattern book.

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