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Our knitting patterns are designed either in-house or by some of our favourite designers. We aim to make them as classic styles which are both modern and long-lasting - to make your work stylish but also to ensure that it is not out-dated before the real wool yarns you have used wear out!
Although we try very hard to ensure the patterns are correct, there are sometimes errors, updates and changes are made. We rely on the great goodwill and attention to detail of those who buy and use the patterns and always check on any questions or suggestions. So, if you have a problem, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you have bought a pattern and think there is an update available, please check the issue date and you can then download the latest version free of charge.
Our book, Pure Wool, contains both updates on some patterns and also a large proportion of completely new designs. Where there is an update, the previous edition is still available as a free pattern, but you will need the book to get the latest versions. Why not consider a copy? For more information, please click here.
We have re-edited all the patterns to have different colours and fonts for each size, where applicable, so they should work when printed in colour or monochrome - but please let us know how you get on!
Patterns are free to download or £7 (including postage) if we colour print and post them to you. Some shorter patterns are £4. <p><span style="color: #800080;">Please note: due to changes in EU VAT rules, we have decided to make all our downloadable patterns FREE for everyone! At present you should get them via Ravelry while we adjust the website! Enjoy!</span></p>
Patterns are graded by difficulty and are created to give you something to last. Each one has been test knitted so they should work! But please contact us with corrections or suggestions as we welcome feedback.
Please also note that yarn requirements may vary considerably if patterns are worked in a different yarn to the original and also that worsted spun, lustre and alpaca yarns tend not to go as far as woollen spun, non lustre yarns. Working with two strands will alter knitting gauge and tension for each individual to a different degree so this will also affect yarn requirements.
Please also click here to check out our free knitting patterns. Remember our pot luck bargain packs which are ideal for smaller projects or colour work.