The Official Deramores 2018 Christmas Knit-Along
That magical time of year will soon be upon us, and so the team at Deramores have put their thinking caps on to bring you the Official Deramores 2018 Christmas Knit-Along (KAL).
Official Deramores 2018 Christmas Knit-Along in Deramores Studio DK - Further Information
All information on the Knit-Along can be found below:
Deramores 2018 Christmas Knit-Along in Deramores Studio DK
Deramores Studio DK
Beginner/Intermediate with step by step instructions throughout.
Number of Colourways
1 - Deramores Studio DK in Ruby & Frost
Bunting: Approximately 15cm per "flag"
Santa Sack: Approximately 38cm x 46cm
Cushion: Approximately 38cm x 46cm
Friday 2nd November 2018.
3 Weeks, with a new section of the pattern added every week
What do I need
The complete yarn pack for the Knit-Along is available using the Following Link: Official Deramores 2018 Christmas Knit-Along by Wendy Jane Paterson in Deramores Studio DK
Remember, you’ll SAVE 8% when you buy all the yarn together as a colour pack and the pattern is available for FREE.
Pattern Release Times
The Deramores team will aim to release a new section of the Knit-Along every Friday at 10:00am GMT. We will also notify customers of this via email, social media and the website and so make sure you are signed up to our newsletter and our social media pages to keep up to date.
Questions, Hints & Tips
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About the Designer
My knitting journey started when I was only 5 years old when a family member taught me how to knit. Originating from the north east of Scotland, knitting is a way of life for many people so it was natural that I really took took to it.
When I was 18, I was lucky to get the opportunity to work for a small knitwear company where I specialised in machine knit fair isle and I got the opportunity to knit a jumper for a member of the British royal family.
Whilst I worked there, I realised that knitting was what I wanted to do as my career. In 2012, I finally started my own business and despite having a life changing accident that summer, I went on to win a business award. I taught myself how to knit fair isle by hand and this is now my favourite style of knitting.
Working with yarn is my biggest passion – working with colour, texture, shape and form is so exciting. And knitting is the most wonderful form of mindfulness and brain training too! I currently live in London which offers a great wealth of inspiration for design and colour.