Thursday, 19 January 2017


With temperatures falling into the minus this week  and the cold snap set to continue, make sure you keep warm this winter.

Knitted Wraps

You can now wrap up in style with one of our wraps - available in a large range, there seven different designs to choose from. The chill-busting wrap comes in one size and without armholes, is an easy-on, easy-off alternative to layering. This makes them particularly helpful not only if you feel the cold but if your temperature can fluctuate.

The Lianne Knitted Wraps (1504), Lorna Knitted Wrap (1503) and Leah Knitted Wraps (1506) are the heaviest and warmest wraps available. Laura Knitted Wraps (1502) are mid weight and contain mohair for extra warmth and lustre.  The Liv Knitted Wrap (1505) is slightly lighter, ideal if you have reduced strength and more sensitive shoulders.

Wraps are very on trend at the moment and being reversible too, the printed designs allow you to create different looks. Give them a try – we are sure you will love them as much as we do!

Knitted Capes

Available in a choice of three colours, our Lilly Knitted Cape is a great solution to keep the chill off. With its collar that sits high on the neck and super soft and warm fabric, this is a hero winter warmer. With no armholes to contend with, this style is easier to get on and off. It may appear that this cape fastens with a button at the neck however the button is just for decoration – the cape actually fastens with Velcro meaning no fiddly fastening.

Bed Socks

The thick knitted socks are not only warm but practical too with a non-slip sole making walking safer. Our onw size Cheryl Bed Socks are striped and have a pretty pom pom detail. At only £5 a pair, they are a real mist have winter warmer for yourself or a treat for someone else. 

Hot Water Bottle

Still cold? Our cute hot water bottle that is made in the UK is sure to heat you up in the home. As well as keeping you warm, a hot water bottle can give you many hours of relief from aches and pains and a wide variety of injuries and ailments. Measuring 17 x 24 x 6 cm, it is an ideal size being easier to carry.

To see the full range, take a look online at

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