Once I had a love and it was a gas
Soon turned out had a heart of glass
Seemed like the real thing, only to find
Mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind
(Blondie)

Blondie by Grace Melville

Blondie by Grace Melville

This shrug featuring sequined sleeves is knitted using Rowan Kidsilk Haze.

You can show me the way
Give me a sunny day
What does it mean without your love?

And if I could travel far
If I could touch the stars
Where would I be without your love?
(Roger Daltrey)

Daltrey by Gemma Atkinson

Daltrey by Gemma Atkinson

Embellished with crochet flowers this sweater is knitted using different Rowan Yarns, including Kidsilk Haze Eclipse and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

Well she’s walking through the clouds
With a circus mind that’s running round
Butterflies and zebras
And moonbeams and fairy tales
That’s all she ever thinks about
Riding with the wind.
(Jimi Hendrix)

Hendrix by Gemma Atkinson

Hendrix by Gemma Atkinson

This sweater is featuring an embellished cable detail and deep v back. It is knitted using Rowan Angora Haze, Kidsilk Haze and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

Give me just another night, just another night with you
Give me just another kiss, just before the dawn breaks through
‘Cause I’m hungry, hungry for your loving baby
And I’m thirsty, thirsty for your loving baby
(Mick Jagger)

Jagger by Lisa Richardson

Jagger by Lisa Richardson

This ladies round neck cardigan, with contrast edgings and emboridered flower detail is knitted using Rowan Angora HazeKidsilk Haze and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

My fellow Rowan Ambassador Kristen has already knitted this cardigan. You may read about her experience and see a lot of fantastic pictures here on Knitionary.

We can stay together
Through any weather
We can stay together
Make it through whatever
‘Cause we love
(Joan Jett)

Jett by Lisa Richardson

Jett by Lisa Richardson

This sweater is featuring embellished embroidery motifs and deep rib cuffs. It is knitted using Rowan Angora Haze and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

Oh come on come on come on come on
(Janis Joplin)

Joplin by Lisa Richardson

Joplin by Lisa Richardson

This long line sweater is featuring a overlay cable detail. It is knitted using Rowan Kidsilk Haze and Kidsilk Haze Eclipse.

The classic ’50s and ’60s-style strain of Early Pop/Rock morphed into AM pop, pop/rock, and soft rock by the mid-’70s, but it continued to dominate good-time oldies radio formats for decades afterward.

Pop by Amanda Crawford

Pop by Amanda Crawford

This beaded cape is knitted using Rowan Kidsilk Haze.

The screen door slams, Mary’s dress waves
Like a vision she dances across the porch as the radio plays
Roy Orbison singing for the lonely
Hey, that’s me and I want you only
Don’t turn me home again, I just can’t face myself alone again
Don’t run back inside, darling, you know just what I’m here for
So you’re scared and you’re thinking that maybe we ain’t that young anymore
Show a little faith, there’s magic in the night
You ain’t a beauty but, hey, you’re alright
Oh, and that’s alright with me
(Bruce Springsteen)

Springsteen by Marie Wallin

Springsteen by Marie Wallin

This round neck sweater is featuring a crochet trim detail. It is knitted using Kidsilk Haze Eclipse and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

Well you call your mama tiger and we all know you are lying
and your boyfriend’s name is eagle and he lives up in the sky
watch out the tiger don’t claw the eagle’s eyes
but let the eagle take the tiger by surprise scratch out her eyes
(Suzie Quatro)

Quattro by Sarah Hatton

Quattro by Sarah Hatton

This close fitting sweater is featuring a  deep rib stand up collar and an eyelet pattern. It is knitted using Rowan Kidsilk Haze Glamour and Anchor Artiste Metallic.

Pink – it’s my new obsession
Pink – it’s not even a question,
Pink – on the lips of your lover
(oh)
‘Cause Pink is the love you discover
(Steven Tyler)

Tyler by Martin Storey

Tyler by Martin Storey

This long sweater is featuring a intarsia peacock design. It is knitted using Rowan  Angora HazeKidsilk Haze and Kidsilk Haze Eclipse.

Rowan is running different competitions at the moment. You have the chance to win a Rowan Studio 33 booklet and the yarn for the garment you voted for. Be sure to check it out until January 31st.

To double the chance for you to lay your hand on this booklet please answer the following question. Be sure to leave a comment after your voting how I may contact you in the case of winning! (see picture below!)

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You have the chance to answer until Friday, 17th January. The winner will be drawn on Saturday, January 18th January.