Rowan Valley Tweed is a traditional 4ply 100% wool tweed yarn. It is spun and dyed in Huddersfield, Yorkshire - the home of Rowan. It is a very lofty yarn due to the special way it is spun, and is available in 10 beautiful shades. You will find in this blog post everything you need to know about this gorgeous yarn, plus four FREE patterns and a digital version of the ‘Rowan Style Edit’ magazine!


Rowan Valley Tweed - Wold

This beautiful textured turtle neck poncho was designed by Lisa Richardson and is great for layering.

You can download the free pattern here.


Rowan Valley Tweed - Bradfield Scarf

This colourful scarf is knitted in three shades of Valley Tweed. Designed by Lisa Richardson, it features stylish stripes and makes a warm accessory.

You can download the free pattern here.

Rowan Valley Tweed - Braden

This versatile garter stitch cardigan was designed by Lisa Richardson and features set-in sleeves and a tailored fit.

You can download the free pattern here.

Rowan Valley Tweed - Holme

This texutured, and slightly cropped, cardigan designed by Lisa Richardson is knitted in two shades of Valley Tweed and features set-in sleeves.

You can download the free pattern here.

A digital version of the ‘Rowan Style Edit’ magazine is available by clicking here. It is a collaboration between Rowan and Quail Studios, where Quail have taken some of the key pieces from the Autumn/Winter collection and re-styled them with different looks!