Denmark Street, also known as Tin Pan Alley, is famed for its musical connections. Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, the Sex Pistols and many others lived or recorded tracks down this short street. To this day, it’s lined with guitar shops, small venues and other musical distractions.
Rowan Yarns has done the photo shooting for their brochure Alpaca Colour at Denmark Place, London UK, featuring the new Rowan yarn Alpaca Colour (Alpaca 100%). Alpaca Colour is soft DK yarn, with a subtle blend of colours in each of the 10 shades. All 17 patterns in the brochure are designed by Lisa Richardson.
Stainsby is a small village in Derbyshire, England. It is near to the towns of Chesterfield and Bolsover, and the villages of Heath and Doe Lea. The village is located near the to the National Trust property of Hardwick Hall. In the hall’s estate is Stainsby Mill, a fully working 19th century water mill.
Stainsby by Lisa Richardson
Lisa Richardson designed this women’s stockinette sweater with elbow length set-in sleeves, round neck and contrasting colour neck band and cuffs. Using Rowan Alpaca Colour shown here in shade Graphite and as contrasting colour Topaz.
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What a fun series. Stainsby is one of my favs in the book!
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