Brooklyn Tweed


Norah Gaughan



Norah Gaughan


This month, we honor a true icon — designer Norah Gaughan. Instantly recognizable, Norah’s knits are stamped with her signature style of crisp geometry and innovative stitch motifs. Join us in celebrating her compendium of classics with pattern discounts, limited edition kits and a #WeLoveNorahG Show and Tell!


Featuring an array of yarn weights and skill levels, this assembly of Norah Gaughan classics has something for everyone. Shop these cardigans, pullovers and accessories at $1 off through April 20th and find your new favorite project.


A tender gift for yourself or a loved one, each kit contains a hand-screened tote-bag featuring an original illustration by Norah Gaughan, printed BT pattern, yarn and wool wash. Norah's evocative artwork is also available as a high quality print.

Kits will be available for purchase beginning April 21st.

#WeLoveNorahG Show and Tell

We want to see your Norah knits! So dust off that favorite Gaughan design in your closet or cast on a brand new one and share your beautiful makes on Instagram during our Norah Gaughan Show and Tell.

  • What: Norah Gaughan “Show and Tell” on Instagram
  • When: April 7th — April 30th
  • How: Simply snap a photo of any Norah Gaughan pattern you have knit or are currently making and share your work on Instagram using the hashtag #WeLoveNorahG
  • Prizes: Three winners will receive one of our Limited Edition Kits
  • Winners will be randomly drawn from that hashtag on May 1st
Geiger by IG user @c_a_r_a_m_e_n_t_e


Gammans Hat knit by IG user @goneknittin


Deliciosa knit by IG user @brigittewolfrum


Gammans Hat & Scarf knit by IG user @SRWhitcombe


Staghead knit by IG user @booksandcables


Huck knit by IG user @Pepperknit



Best-selling author, knitwear designer and cable-creating genius Norah Gaughan is a pillar of the knitting industry. Her work is singular and stunning, with an emphasis on geometric motifs and interesting fabrics that stems from her dual degrees in Biology and Art.

Now the Editor in Chief of Vogue Knitting magazine, Norah was an integral part of the Brooklyn Tweed Design Team for four years, crafting over 40 patterns for BT collections during her tenure.

Stay in the know about her upcoming events and new releases on her website


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