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Christmas Jumper Knit-Along

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Christmas Jumper Knit-Along
After the year we've had, it feels like we'll need festive spirit in large doses. What better way to do that than to knit yourself your very own Christmas jumper? After all, it's looking like you may have some long, dark evenings in your own homes to fill...

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Drachenfels Colour Combos

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Want to join in our Drachenfels knit-along but aren't sure of what colours to use? Faith has come up with some combinations you can use for inspiration. First up, our DROPS Alpaca. You can liven up some more muted tones with the punchy dark lime or coral. Titus from Baa Ram Ewe has a full rainbow of gorgeous brights on a super soft British wool and alpaca base. DROPS Baby Merino has gorgeous warm tones, perfect for a cosy shawl like Drachenfels. If you'd rather knit a plant-based shawl, DROPS Safran has a wide range of bright colours to play...

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Our First Knit-Along

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Our First Knit-Along

Join Slipstitch in its first knit-along! We’ve chosen a brilliant shawl pattern, Drachenfels by Melanie Berg, for us all to work on, together but apart. It's a cosy garter stitch shawl with a little bit of slipped stitch patterning. The knit-along is free to join - you can support Slipstitch by buying the pattern from us. It doesn’t cost you any extra and means you support both an independent designer and your local retailer. To buy your pattern, drop us an email to hello@slipstitchldn.co.uk with your name and email address. You'll be able to discuss how your knitting is going...

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Knit Your Own Christmas Sweater - Pattern Round-up

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Knit Your Own Christmas Sweater - Pattern Round-up
The Ugly Christmas Sweater has been a big trend in recent years but at Slipstitch we believe in making yourself a beautiful jumper that you'll keep and love for years to come. We've rounded up some of the best (and speediest) Christmas sweaters for you to make in time for the festive season.

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