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Rowan Brushed Fleece Knits

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Knitted in luxurious Brushed Fleece yarn, a super soft blend of 65% wool, 30% alpaca and 5% polyamide, this collection features 8 designs from Quail Studio for Rowan. Designs include stylish accessories, cardigans and sweaters for the perfect cosy wardrobe staple.

  • Ball weight: Super Chunky

  • Format: Book

  • Pattern For: Women

  • Pattern Count: 8

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ML
04/15/2018
Marie-Louise L.
United Kingdom

Very easy as usual and

Very easy as usual and you had the pattern I wanted which was unavailable elsewhere.

LG
08/31/2017
Loraine G.
United Kingdom

Rowan Pattern Book and Brushed Fleece yarn

As always, the service from Deramores is excellent. I bought the Blue Grotto yarn which is darker than it is shown on the website, but still looks nice. However I felt that the price of the Rowan pattern book was rathery high, albeit that there are 8 patterns. The patterns are in 2 languages, doubling the cost of production and postage. I would think twice before buying expensive pattern books in the future.

DW
08/31/2017
Diana W.
United Kingdom

Rowan Brushed Fleece

I like the book but why does it have to be multi lingual ( and I say that as a passionate linguist ) surely we are paying for the extra pages of printing costs that most of us will never use? Can’t you just produce separate versions for different markets language markets?