Ada is knit in my British Bluefaced Leicester (70%) and Masham (30%) worsted yarn. The colourway shown is Limestone.
Ada is named after Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron. A mathematician, she is often credited with being the first computer programmer.
Ada is a refined shawl constructed of a trio of equilateral triangles. Commencing from a central point, the main body of the shawl is stocking stitch subtly outlined with simple mirrored cables and eyelets. Ada culminates with an addictive textured panel and a delightful i-cord bind off.
Wollaton is a light airy shawl that radiates centrally from the top edge. The integral shaping enhances the outer edge of the shawl culminating in symmetrical points. Wollaton is a stylish accessory and will complement any wardrobe.
Wollaton requires one skein of Sherwood Yarn Falkland Fine merino laceweight. Colourway shown is Lyncolne Grene.
An elegant, asymmetric shawl that drapes delicately on the bias. Much ado about nothing is worked from side to side and incorporates beautiful knitted lace work to give a lightweight feel.
Much ado about nothing requires a single skein of sherwood yarn Falkland fine merino laceweight or the 4 ply weight. Colourway shown is Marian.
Fletcher is a stylish, tailored hat that features a contemporary arrow design. Inspired by the ancient tradition of arrow making in Nottingham. Colourways shown are Limestone and Lichen in my BFL and Masham worsted range.