I’ve been looking through my old knitting supplies and came across this simple pattern. I have no idea where it came from as I just found it scribbled in an old craft notebook. I could see it was some kind of hat, so I thought I would simply knit it up and see what I got.
It’s raining outside and we’re stuck in the house under the 48-hour sickness rule despite everyone being back to full health. The Bears can’t go back to school yet until those 48 hours are passed so we’re on day three of these four walls. The novelty has worn off and cabin
We currently have a family of blue tits nesting in our garden and we’ve been really enjoying watching them come and go. We’ve not seen the babies yet, but we can certainly hear them chirping from their bird box. Add that to the fact that the Wildlife Trust have launched their 30 Days Wild campaign and we thought it would be the perfect excuse to get creative and make our very own apple bird feeder.
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This is the cutest little knitting pattern. One that I developed to meet a need for work, but I’ve used it for ourselves a few times now. They make great decorations, little toys or even a little learning aid. This free knitting pattern really is quick and easy to knit and then stitch up. They’re also a wonderful way to use up the odd little bits of yellow, black and white you may have lying around.