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Lynne Rowe knitting and crochet expert

Hi from Lynne

I love to design knitting and crochet patterns that are easy to follow and understand, so that you can enjoy every stitch and be proud of your creations.


I've  worked in the knitting and crochet sector for over 13 years and as well as designing, my aim is to help others to create a successful business from their skills.


There are endless possibilities within every ball of yarn and I can't wait to see your makes or to help you grow your knitting or crochet business.

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What can I help you with?
Here are some of my popular patterns and products

Easy steps to create blog and social media content

Create weekly blog and social media content with my helpful guide (e-book)

If you're a knitting or crochet business owner and struggling to create content for your blog or social media platforms, then you're in the right place. 

Does the thought of having to post regularly on social media fill you with fear? Then fear not, because I can help you with my latest e-book'Seven Steps to Content Creation'. Designed specifically for knitting and crochet bloggers, designers, makers and sellers, I'll help you create inspiring and engaging content in not time at all.

crocheted flowers with cotton yarn in liquorice allsort colours

Crochet a flower with yarn scraps
Upgrade your leftover yarn oddments into a pretty flower brooch that you can wear or gift. I've used Scheepjes 4ply cotton to create these colourful flowers in colours that reminded me of liquorice all sorts - one of my favourite sweets. But you could use any yarn scraps in your favourite colours to add a splash of colour to your coat, bag or scarf.

You can download the pattern here:

A knitted pumpkin


Knit a pumpkin with a 50g ball of yarn

I'm so pleased to be sharing this really easy pattern with you for these adorable pumpkins. They’re so cute and slightly addictive, but most of all they’re great fun to make, and before you know it you’ll have a whole pumpkin patch.


Like most of my patterns, I aim to keep things simple so that you can really enjoy the flow of your knitting. With just a few basic stitches (knit and purl), you will able to create your own pumpkin in no time at all. 

crochet shawl with hand dyed yarn

How do I check my crochet gauge/tension

Crochet Tension is something that I'm often asked about when I'm teaching crochet, so I thought it would be helpful to follow this up with a dedicated blog post.


Tension can also be referred to as Gauge - particularly in US patterns.

Getting your tension right is just as important in crochet as it is for knitting and I hope my step-by-step guide helps you to achieve the perfect tension.

Interview with Sarah, SEK handmade
Magic loop cast on for toe-up socks