hooray for february
I'm sure I'm not the only one who is glad to see the end of dreary old January! February always seems to usher in brighter days - today being one of them, with the first blue sky we've seen in...
blossom, birdsong and bunnies
It definitely feels like the start of spring here because now we have all the right ingredients. There is plum blossom... birdsong... and a big old bundle of bunnies! I'm putting the finishing touches to them now so will email...
Seasonal dresses pattern by Julie Williams
This pattern is written in English only. This pattern contains a standard template for a dress with sleeves, two different sleeve options and fourteen seasonal skirt designs, ranging from easy to more challenging knits.
Hand Knitted Bunny Rabbit | Etsy
Say hello to this gorgeous bunny! He is hand knitted using beautiful baby alpaca wool. His cute little overalls and jumper are made from 100% cotton and are removable. He is made using all new materials and is stuffed with crest-a-Lon fibre filling. This bunny is approximately 25cm tall
Samantha B on Instagram: “Knitting on teeny tiny needles today. This was going to be a Christmas present for my three year old but I'm so proud of it she's not…”
28 Likes, 2 Comments - Samantha B (@samscraftystitches) on Instagram: “Knitting on teeny tiny needles today. This was going to be a Christmas present for my three year…”
Ashton is hand knitted from 'birch' Madelinetosh Vintage yarn (100% superwash Merino Wool). His sweater is in 'misty' rowan wool cotton 4ply (50% wool, 50% cotton) and his shorts in BCGarn Alliano yarn (50% linen, 50% cotton). Both his shorts and his sweater can be removed. He is 11" (27 cms) tall Ashton is made from all new materials and is stuffed with a high grade carded polyester filling which conforms to British standards of cleanliness BS 1425 and fire safety BS 5852. It is a suitable…
mini bunnies and bears, two new patterns
Earlier this year I started playing around with the idea of a mini version of my knitted bunnies. I wanted a pattern that was a little simpler to knit and construct than my regular sized animals (they are shown in...