My little penguin knitting pattern is available in the current issue (no 77) of Let’s Knit magazine (a big thanks to Sarah and all the team).
I am proud to support Canopy Art’s Woollen Woods exhibition this year, and have just submitted a bundle of knitted woodland toys.
Here is a collection of little knitted farmyard toys I designed for the magazine “Make it Today: Felix and Friends”. I made a sheep, pig, cow, goat, duck and chicken. My favourite was the little fat sheep!
The lovely folks at Let’s Knit have posted my Bramble Bunny knitting pattern for free on their website. I thought I would share this if (like me) you are starting to knit some Easter gifts … and we all love a freebie!
With Feb 14th just around the corner, I thought I would share my pattern for a little knitted love heart. This can be made into a hanging decoration, a keyring charm, a mini pincushion or even a brooch or necklace pendant.
The lovely folks at Let’s Get Crafting magazine have posted five of my animal cushion knitting patterns for free on their webpage, including Oliver Fox, Sleepy Ossie Owl, Marvin the Moose, Peter the Pup and Mindy the Moggie Cat.
I have been asked this week if I could post a tutorial on this knitting cast off method, where you gather all the stitches together. I call it “pull through” because you gather all the live knitting stitches together on a length of yarn, and… Read More
I have had a few questions about embroidering the beak on my little robin, and so I thought I would pop a little pictorial on how I did it.