Arnall-Culliford Knitwear Ltd.

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Arnall-Culliford Knitwear Ltd.

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Confused by colourwork? Baffled by brioche? Books and yarns from Arnall-Culliford Knitwear will help you to grow your knitting skills.

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Arnall-Culliford Knitwear Ltd
Raynor's Yard
Manor Way
Frome
BA114RB
UK

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A Year of Techniques
A Year of Techniques
Go on a knitting adventure with A Year of Techniques - twelve patterns from world-class designers with easy-to-follow tutorials to help you supersize your knit skills. Apply your new short row know-how to a signature Woolly Wormhead hat, fearlessly steek Mary Jane Mucklestone's Fair Isle vest or graft garter stitch with confidence to make Martina Behm's modern shawl.
Something New to Learn About Cables
Something New to Learn About Cables
Cabling is one of those knitting techniques where the end result looks much more complicated than it actually was to make. But even the most seasoned cable knitter can lose track of their rows, twist their cable the wrong way or just get frustrated by the slow growth of their latest project.

Something New to Learn About Cables steps in to fix all that and more, with easy to follow photo tutorials and stunning designs to help you put your new skills into practice. With patterns from Rachel Coopey, Jen Arnall-Culliford and Lucy Hague, this volume will give you confidence in tackling cabled knits.
Something New to Learn About Lace
Something New to Learn About Lace
Whether you've just cast on your first feather and fan scarf, or are a veteran of short row shawls, there is always something new to learn about lace. With easy-to-follow photo tutorials and gorgeous patterns, this beautifully printed book covers a range of techniques to boost your skills, including which yarnover to work when, reading lace charts, fixing those pesky mistakes, and getting the most from blocking.

Something New to Learn About Lace includes projects from Shetland designer Donna Smith (Aphaca scarf and blanket), lace addict Jen Arnall-Culliford (Bithynica shawl) and shawl modernist Martina Behm (Nissolia shawl), all in our Something To Knit With 4Ply yarn, which has been specially created with lace knitters in mind.
Boost Your Knitting
Boost Your Knitting
haven't forgotten how great it felt to take the stabilisers off, so we've got a brand new year of learning for you to enjoy. Twelve new techniques, twelve patterns from twelve fabulous designers, twelve sets of photo and video tutorials, and most importantly, twelve opportunities for you to experience the joy of mastering something new!

Boost Your Knitting is a completely self-contained programme that will grow your skills and build your confidence in your knitting. It follows a similar format to our first book, A Year of Techniques, but does not require any previous knowledge from that collection.

Each of the monthly projects is for an accessory, allowing you to complete each project in a reasonable amount of time. The projects are accompanied by stepwise photo tutorials as well as online video tutorials, and you can join in with the knitalong threads for each project over in our Ravelry group.
Something to Knit With 4Ply
Something to Knit With 4Ply
Stand out knits need stitch definition and Something to Knit With 4Ply has been spun to deliver that in spades.

A springy blend of 70% Highland Wool and 30% Superfine Alpaca, our signature 4ply yarn is bouncy to knit with and the 50g skeins make it an easy choice for multi-coloured projects too, whether you're a fan of Fair Isle, intarsia or stripes.

Something to Knit With 4Ply comes in ten shades, and our book, Something New to Learn About Lace features four designs using this yarn.

Technical information
Content: 70% Highland Wool, 30% Superfine Alpaca
Recommended needle size: 2.75mm – 3.25mm [US 2–3]
Tension: 28 sts and 35 rows to 10cm [4in] using 3.25mm needles over stocking stitch OR 30 sts and 38 rows to 10cm [4in] using 2.75mm needles
Number of metres per skein: 187m [205yds] per 50g skein
Washing instructions: Hand wash in cool water

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