New Shades A-Plenty From Stylecraft

Stylecraft launches the third phase of its Spring/Summer collections on 3rd April with new shades in 3 of its most popular yarns.

Stylecraft’s Special DK is loved by knitters and crocheters alike, and with a palette of more than 80 shades, introducing new colours is a matter of hot debate.  This season the brand turned to bloggers and crocheters to find out what colours they felt just had to be included.

Lucy from Attic 24 plumped for a delicious shade called Vintage Peach; new Blogstar Lucia from Lucia’s Fig Tree decided Buttermilk was a must-have colour; and following many requests from crocheters in the Netherlands, Mushroom makes its debut. To celebrate the launch there are a range of knitting patterns for ladies and girls available.

Head Over Heels has been a huge hit with sock knitters and shawl lovers across the country.  Stylecraft’s own Blogstars fell instantly in love with the wonderful colour combinations.  This season sees 2 new shades joining the palette called Etna and Sugar Loaf, continuing the mountain theme. Once again Stylecraft is offering free patterns only through its retailers including a sock pattern from Blogstar Josie Kitten, a lovely shawl and possibly the cutest baby cardigan ever.

Wondersoft Merry-Go-Round is a firm favourite with those who knit and crochet for babies and children and now Stylecraft is bringing this fun yarn to the adult market.  The existing happy shades have been joined by two new colours called Pastel Rainbow and Bright Rainbow supported by lovely patterns for children and adults.


For press information contact Juliet Bernard at Bluebear.


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