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british blue 100 – british designer collaborations

4th August 2017

british blue 100 is a home grown luxury yarn made in Yorkshire from 100% British Bluefaced Leicester wool and to celebrate the launch of this yarn we are proud to showcase some of the best home grown British talent with our exclusive collaborations with designers Emma Wright, Jeanette Sloan and Angela Wood.

All patterns feature beautiful studio photography by Yuki Sugira and are available to purchase from your LYS and online from the erika knight Raverly store .

Molly by Emma Wright

A pretty, feminine long sleeve sweater featuring a centre lace trellis pattern and statement frilled shoulders.

Miss Parry by Emma Wright

A pop of colour peeks through from behind an asymmetric silhouette and contrasting stitch pattern.


about the designer 

Emma Wright HeadShot

Emma Wright is a British fashion knit and crochet designer with a love of colour, flora, dogs and British wool. After graduating from Nottingham Trent University in 2014, Emma set up a studio in her grandparents’ spare room in Sheffield with her wire-haired fox terrier Daisy.

For more of Emma’s work please see

follow @emmaknitted

Constance by Jeanette Sloan

A versatile cowl worked in rows on a long circular needle. The slanted lace stitch creates a reversible fabric with ‘zig zag’ shaped edges.


about the designer 


Jeanette Sloan is a designer with a passion for bright colour and unusual stitch textures, which she explores through her hand knit designs. As a designer maker she also enjoys mixing crafts such as hand & machine knitting with crochet to produce ready to wear accessories for fashion and the home.

For further information please see

follow @jeanettesloan


Wallflower with embroidery by Angela Wood

Long fingerless mittens with shaping for fit and style, worked in stocking stitch with rib cuffs and embellished with optional embroidery, designed by Angela Wood

about the designer 

Angela Wood (002)

Angela Wood is a textile and knitwear designer. Married to William, a sheep- farmer, she lives in rural South Derbyshire on the family farm. Passionate about the fit and form of knitted garments she also likes to experiment with all types of surface decoration, embellishment and embroidery. Angela’s career spans over 20 years working in the industry and travelling extensively,she still thrives on a challenge and learning new skills.

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