Doggerland: Knits from a Lost Landscape is a collection of 8 accessories inspired by this submerged landscape. It uses motifs commonly found on artefacts from the Middle Stone Age and seeks to take you on a journey through landscapes of your own.
The shawl is knitted lengthwise in garter stitch and is shaped with easy short rows. The elaborate edging is knitted on sideways. The yarn used is an organic heavy laceweight with a beautiful handle.
The pattern contains written instructions whilst the lace edging is both charted and written out.
The shawl is knitted in soft, organic laceweight. It is a semi-circular shawl with wide garter stitch sections interrupted by easy lace.
The pattern contains written instructions. The lace is both charted and written out.
Vedbaek is a real comfort knit using a lofty 4-ply yarn. Despite looking complex, the shawl is at its heart a simple, rhythmic knit designed to give you comfort both during its making and afterwards.
The pattern contains written instructions.
This is a crescent-shaped shawl knitted in a heavy laceweight on large needles to create drape and shape.
It features a small, delicate lace border where the opening-up of the lace is countered by sharp decreases.
The pattern contains written instructions with the edge charted.
Using simple stitches to great effect, the Ertebolle hat takes its inspiration from the geometric patterns found on early pottery.
The hat is knitted in the round using a rustic aran-weight with good drape and stitch-definition. The textured pattern is fully charted.
Gillean wrist warmers
The Gillean wrist warmers are designed to be a project suitable for colourwork beginners. The wrist warmers employ no shaping nor increases/decreases.
The pattern contains written instructions with colourwork charts.
Inspired by a Scottish archaeological site, the Gillean Hat is a great introduction to colourwork.
The hat is knitted in the round The pattern contains written instructions with colourwork charts.
Twisted stitches carve their way to the shaped crown while the central motif consists of travelling stitches reminiscent of Mesolithic carved artefacts.
Ythan is suitable for a knitter with a little experience. The pattern contains full written instructions with cable charts.