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Grow your handmade wardrobe with Warm & Woolly knits

November 16, 2017
By Janina Kallio

Let’s welcome winter with open arms. Falling snowflakes, frost decorating the windows, dark nights lit by candlelight. Drinking mugs of hot chocolate, while the landscape is covered in white. We’re ready for every knitter’s favourite season!

When the temperatures drop outside nothing is better than wrapping yourself in warm and woolly handknits from head to toe. When climbing out of bed on a frosty morning, pull on Snowberry socks to warm your toes. And when it’s snowing, give yourself a woolly hug with Calluna sweater. When you need to go outside, Arctic Willow keeps you cosy and warm.

With the brand new Warm & Woolly collection, you can start to build, or add to, your handmade wardrobe to see you through the winter and the seasons beyond.


Calluna sweater pattern from Woolenberry

Calluna is like a warm and woolly hug. The close-fitting body keeps you cosy without adding bulk. And the extra-long sleeves make it a comforting sweater with a modern twist.

Pair it with pyjamas for ultimate cosiness or wear it to the office with jeans or a skirt. The modern silhouette and clean lines make this a true wardrobe staple, a sweater that goes with everything and suits every occasion.

See Calluna on Ravelry


Snowberry sock pattern from Woolenberry

A good book, candlelight and a big cup of coffee. A lazy winter weekend calls for something woolly to warm your feet. Snowberry socks offer comfort and style in the same design. Traditional construction and a bit of lace make for a beautiful pair of socks.

See Snowberry socks on Ravelry

Arctic Willow

Arctic Willow hat from Woolenberry

Staying warm and stylish is easy with Arctic Willow. A modern shape and a beautiful stitch pattern meet in this wonderful beanie. It’s an engaging knit, and with three sizes available, you’ll want to make one for all your friends and family to share the warm and woolly goodness.

See Arctic Willow on Ravelry

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