I have had a super couple of weeks, making the most of a little break from Uni and knitting up a storm! I had lots of design ideas on the back burner, and finally I have gotten around to finishing the patterns. Here are a… Read More
I have been a busy bee working on some new patterns for fluff and fuzz over the last few weeks. My new collection of bugs and frogs are quick to knit, and make super creepy crawly toys for little boys, but are cute enough for… Read More
My new mini knitted animals, quick to knit, and a super way to use up odds and ends in your yarn stash (and available from my pattern stores on Etsy, Craftsy and Ravelry).
My new fox cushion knitting pattern is now available in issue 52 of Let’s Get Crafting Knitting and Crochet magazine. This issue has a brilliant tutorial on intarsia knitting, with really clear instructions and photos.
Meet Percy, my pink elephant, and I am so proud that he is the cover star of the latest issue of Let’s Get Crafting magazine. Any party is a success if you see a pink elephant at the end of the evening!
You may recall a previous post where I was knitting in a frenzy to make some woodland animals for a Canopy Art exhibition in Cumbria … here are some photos of the finished cuties in the woods at Acorn Bank!
If you are looking for a quick knit gift idea, this ipod or smartphone cosy is easy to make and uses about 15 to 20g of yarn. The cover will keep your iphone or ipod cosy and protected from general bumps and scratches.
I have been kept away from blogging for the past few weeks as I have been busy knitting up some woodland animals for Canopy Art, and just wanted to share some pics with you.
I have recently made a little card holder, and thought I would share this easy pattern with you.
I must thank my lovely postman for battling through the snow to deliver the latest issue of Let’s Get Crafting magazine this morning, especially as my design for a sleepy owl cushion was featured on the front cover!