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Looking for inspiration? Here are photos of just some of the items you have made with our yarns.

Please email photos of your own finished projects so that we can include them in our gallery - thanks

Karen's latest sock

Karen's latest sock

Karen has sent us this pic of her latest creation - a sock knitted in Goomy 50 Imprim Prun - fabulous colours!

Karen's Bamboo Socks

Karen's Bamboo Socks

Karen has knitted this sock in three shades of Blend Bamboo - and she only received the yarn a couple of days ago!

Julia's scarf

Julia's scarf

Julia has knitted this stunning scarf in Kunstgarn sock yarn

Dorothy's Sweater

Dorothy's Sweater

Dorothy has knitted this fabulous sweater in King Cole Galaxy DK, Ruby

Rhona's Baby Blanket

Rhona's Baby Blanket

Rhona knitted this beautiful baby blanket from the Baby/lap blanket pattern

Sandra's jacket

Sandra's jacket

Sandra knitted this lovely little jacket in Opal Hundertwasser 7001 proving that it's not just for socks and scarves

Rose's BSJ

Rose's BSJ

Rose has knitted this beautiful Baby Surprise Jacket for the imminent arrival of her new grandchild. Knitted in Knitcol 59 Novelli.

Karen's Knitcol Socks

Karen's Knitcol Socks

Karen has knitted these cosy socks in Knitcol 59 Novelli

Karen's leopard sock

Karen's leopard sock

Karen's leopard sock knitted in Safari, leopard

Robyn's first mitt

Robyn's first mitt

Robyn's first fingerless mitt - only one more to go!

Cable Beanie Hat

Cable Beanie Hat

Julie has knitted this snug hat using the Cable Beanie Hat Kit. The yarn is Lang's YAK made from fibre which is hand-combed from the belly of the Central Asian Yak, spun with fine merino to give a light, soft, warm and moisture-regulating yarn.

Marilyn's wristwarmers

Marilyn's wristwarmers

Marilyn's cosy wristwarmers knitted in Adriafil's New Zealand Print

Lou Lou's Baby Socks

Lou Lou's Baby Socks

Louise knitted these cute baby socks using our free baby sock pattern

Eve's Hat 'n' Mitts

Eve's Hat 'n' Mitts

Norma knitted this lovely hat and matching mitts for one of her grand-daughters. They look so lovely and cosy. They're knitted in King Cole Baby Alpaca

Norma's fabulous gloves

Norma's fabulous gloves

Norma also knitted these stunning gloves in Jawoll Magic Degrade - I feel warmer just looking at them

Domino Baby Jacket

Domino Baby Jacket

The Domino Jacket (pattern available from our Knitting Pattern pages) knitted using just one ball of Jawoll Magic Degrade 050 Macaw. It's really fun to knit and I love the way the colours have worked out!

Garter Stitch Baby Cardigan

Garter Stitch Baby Cardigan

The Garter Stitch Baby cardigan (pattern available from our Knitting Pattern pages) knitted with 3 x 50g balls of Marathon sock yarn - simple but effective.

Crochet Scarf

Crochet Scarf

This beautiful scarf was crocheted by one of our talented customers who is a sock yarn addict. The pattern is South Bay Shawlette (available free on Ravelry) and the sock yarn is Jawoll Magic Degrade 87 Partridge

Pat's Nordic Sweater

Pat's Nordic Sweater

Pat has knitted the lovely Nordic Sweater, inspired by the sweater worn by Sarah Lund in the first series of the Killing. The kit is available HERE

Tea Mitten

Tea Mitten

Rhona has knitted this lovely tea mitten in Knitcol 064 Verdi The tea mitten pattern is designed by Elisabeth Kleven and is available as a free Ravlery download from www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tea-mitten

Rosanna's first sock

Rosanna's first sock

Rosanna's very impressive first sock!! Knitted in Admiral R Druck 1979

Triangular Shawl knitted by Corrie

Triangular Shawl knitted by Corrie

Corrie bought this shawl kit from our stall at Towersey Folk Festival. The shawl is knitted in Kunstgarn sock yarn and modelled fabulously by Corrie at Bigbury-on Sea - a fitting location given that the shade of yarn is seagreen!

Wheel of Socks knitted by Rhona

Wheel of Socks knitted by Rhona

A magnificent collection of 4ply, dk and aran-weight socks

Round scarf crocheted by Jo

Round scarf crocheted by Jo

Jo bought this yarn, Crazy Zauberball 2170, from our Harrogate stand at the weekend and has already crocheted this magnificent round scarf. The pattern she used is available on youtube although she added the picot edging

Baby socks knitted by Lisa

Baby socks knitted by Lisa

Lisa's first pair of baby socks, knitted in Superba Mexico 05

Hug Slippers knitted by Julie

Hug Slippers knitted by Julie

These cute baby slippers are knitted from the King Cole pattern for Hug Slippers using Baby Alpaca. They're knitted on 2 needles and the individual sections are sewn together so they're quite easy to make,

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Debbie

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Debbie

Knitted with 300g of Zauberball Crazy 2096 Cloud

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Maggie

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Maggie

Knitted with 300g of Zauberball 1963 Cranberries

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Rhona

Zauberball Shawl knitted by Rhona

And onviously approved of by her cat!
Knitted in Crazy Zauberball Lilac Breeze

Ishbel Shawl knitted by Cyndy

Ishbel Shawl knitted by Cyndy

The shawl pattern is Ishbel (available on ravelry) knitted here in Kunstgarn sock yarn, seagreen

The Killing

The Killing

Pat has knitted up the Nordic Sweater Kit into this stunning sweater

Cardigan knitted by Carol

Cardigan knitted by Carol

Knitted with 400g of Superba Mexico 03

Carol adds that the back was knitted in two halves to match the colour sequence and the fronts were started at the same point on the balls of yarn. She suggests that any 4 ply cardigan pattern is suitable but it's better if it is slightly fitted.

BSJ Knitted by Ann

BSJ Knitted by Ann

With beautiful matching bootees.
Knitted with 100g of Knitcol 043 Degas

Sue M's first pair of socks

Sue M's first pair of socks

Knitted in Zauberball 1536 Fuchsia

Valerie's socks for her 3 year old grandson

Valerie's socks for her 3 year old grandson

Knitted in Fortissima Socka 1369

And the matching pullover!

And the matching pullover!

Also knitted in Fortissima Socka 1369

Matching socks knitted by Shirley

Matching socks knitted by Shirley

Shirely's grandson is delighted to have the same socks as his Grandma!

Margaret M's weekender socks

Margaret M's weekender socks

These are the first socks Margaret has knitted in over 40 years! She adapted the Weekender sock pattern as her daughter wanted ankle socks and used Fortissima Color 169

Socks knitted by Norma

Socks knitted by Norma

Here are just some of the socks Norma has knitted for family and friends

Butterfly Scarf knitted at the Village Pump Folk Festival

Butterfly Scarf knitted at the Village Pump Folk Festival

This lovely lady (sadly I didn't get her name) knitted 2 ruffled scarves during the Village Pump Festival - this is the first, made with 100g of Butterfly Color 016

Baby socks knitted by Eleanor

Baby socks knitted by Eleanor

These baby socks are knitted in Opal Florist (sadly, no longer available) - Eleanor also made the beautiful label to go with them

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