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.
The weather has seriously taken a turn for the worse this week hasn’t it? After such a mild Christmas the cold blast has been a little bit of a shock this week. Luckily though, I knitted this stash busting chunky bobble hat a few weeks ago which has been keeping little ears warm!
As this is such a quick and easy knit, I thought I’d share what I did to make it with you all.
It’s officially October which means only one thing. Halloween is right around the corner. As a little bit of seasonal fun, I wanted to share this quick and easy patter to create your very own knitted Halloween pumpkin. This patterm is so simple with no complicate steps, that even a complete beginner would be able to give it a go.
Now anyone who knows me, knows that I am a knitter and arm knitting is something that I have wanted to try for a long time now. I think the end results are beautiful so I was desperate to get my arms on some extreme chunky wool. Therefore, when the opportunity came up to test out some Woolly Mahoosive yarn, I jumped at the chance.
There was no doubt that I would be making a throw for our bed, so read on to find out how to make your very own.
If you follow the blog then you know I am a knitter, there’s something very fulfilling about creating something from scratch and I find it so relaxing to sit down of an evening and knit away. One of my favourite items from the winter was my Rainbow Bobble Hat so I thought I’d share the matching Baby Mittens pattern for any knitters – or wannabe knitters! – to try out themselves.
This pattern is really simple so it’s great for beginners or for something to whip up really quickly.