We are back after a few hectic weeks! It’s been so busy here, with preparations for last week’s LiveStream as well as birthday celebrations and lots of design work, as we finalise our collection for Rowan for Autumn / Winter 2020 and continue working on a new fabric collection, also to be released sometime next year.
This week, in our channel, it’s time for a Q&A! This one is a bit special, as the question about dominant colour came up again, and we decided to bring up this subject one more time. Check out the video here:
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In the end of the day – does any of this discussion about dominant colour matter? Probably not. If you are a new-beginner, we would recommend that you pay this whole discussion no mind! It’s just something extra to have to think about and consider, which, in the end of the day, won’t actually help you get started with your colourwork knitting. Our advice to you is to focus on your chart, work on your tension and make sure that you carry your floats no more than 3 or 4 stitches before you twist them in the back. That’s all you need to do! Relax, enjoy your knitting and with a little practice, you will soon be making beautiful colour work sweaters or accessories to pass down to the next generation!
ARNE & CARLOS
Our New Nordic Men’s collection for Rowan is now available. See all the patterns by clicking here.
We will resend our Official Tour Schedule to our mailing list in the beginning of September. The only way to see the schedule is to sign up for our updates!
Dream Knitting Cruise from Sydney to New Zealand. Yes!!! We are delighted to announce that we are returning to Australia and visiting New Zealand in 2020. Join us for this amazing 12 day, 11 night Knitting Cruise that departs from Sydney on March 27th, 2020 and visits all the amazing sights in New Zealand! More information is available here and here.