Our first launch for Autumn/Winter is here

Thursday 16th July 2020

Tags: Crochet, Knit, News & Launches

We are so excited to reveal our first launch for Autumn Winter 20/21 with two new yarns, new shades and knit and crochet patterns that are now in your yarn shop.


First up is a gorgeous mini pom pom yarn called Pearls - a fun and quirky yarn that has a string of pearls effect giving a lovely soft texture and a different effect depending on which size needles you use. The colour palette is a sumptuous mix of intense shades with neutral highlights and there are six pattern leaflets of trans- seasonal designs in simple shapes that have a relaxed fit, and which allow the yarn to reveal its beauty.

Keep your eyes peeled for an extra pattern that will be featured in Let’s Knit magazine

Highland Heathers

Highland Heathers is a new tweedy yarn in a rich palette of 12 shades whose names and colours are inspired by nature, perfect for the season.

There are six pattern leaflets so that you can create that weekend-in-the country look with garments and accessories that use Fair Isle and small lace and cable motifs to delicately bring out the heathered effect of each shade.


We know how much you love Cabaret so we have two new shades for you Midnight Hour and Shadows.

Cabaret is popular with both knitters and crocheters and so we have designed 3 knit and 2 crochet patterns for you.  The look is long and lean featuring texture and relaxed shapes including wraps, shawls, ponchos and garments that bring a touch of glamour to your wardrobe.

Knit Now is running a special pattern in Cabaret, coming soon.

Special XL

Chunky yarns are just great for wrapping up and now Special XL has six new shades and lower price – what’s not to love about that!  To celebrate our design team have created a fun collection of accessories and over-sized garments that are perfect to keep knitters warm and snug -easy and quick to knit.

All these wonderful patterns and yarns are now in your local bricks and mortar stockist and available online.