My linking machine - used to join together seams in my circle scarves and headbands.
Process - part of the design process is punching holes in the punch cards which create the knitted pattern.
Sampling colourways for autumn/winter 2018.
My knitting machine!
Details - a close up of our stand at Pulse in May 2018.
Pulse 2018 in May. We were in the Makers section along with some fantastic designer makers.
Best Product Award entry: This circle scarf in my blended triangle design in monochrome has been a consistent best seller since launching it in 2014. Each scarf is handmade from British spun lambswool on a hand powered knitting machine, steamed, linked and carefully finished by hand to create the highest quality. Customers often comment on the softness of the finish and that it goes well with so many different outfits.
Piccalilli - this mustard yellow has always been a firm favourite and is so fun to knit with.
I tend to use a lot of grey as base colours and always like to have a more neutral option to complement the brights!
Diesel and seal headband in our arrow design.
Close up - I do find it hard not to design a million different styles and colours of these headbands!
Someone told me I should make shorter scarves for biking, and tada! The mini cowl was created!
Knitted lambswool cushions - taking my first steps into homeware. I’m hoping to expand this part of the collection over the coming months.
Chevron wrap in camel, navy and grey. Perfect for winter or as a summer wrap in the evenings.
Headbands are one of the main products that Miss Knit Nat is known for - pictured here is the new mirror design and six colourways launching in autumn/winter 2018.