My final Friday freebie for this year and it’s a chance to get my Angelis Cowl pattern for free. I chose this pattern because it makes a great gift if you are Christmas knitting and it is also quite a quick project. To get this pattern for free just click here to go to the[…]
Last week I mentioned the Indie design gift-a-long that I am taking part in, well there are so many lovely patterns available with a discount (use code giftalong2015 to get 25% off) that I thought I’d share some that have caught my eye. First up is Parthenocissus, a lovely pair of fingerless gloves/mitts by Raven[…]
As I mentioned on Monday I’ve been knitting little hats for Christmas presents, this little apple hat is what I decided to knit for my new niece and nephew, (my youngest son also requested one too), I’ll get some cute tiny twin modeled pictures after Christmas. So this is Apple Pip, my new (and completely[…]
It’s almost time for the Indie Design gift-a-long to start, for those who have never heard of this it is a multi designer promotion to help you with your holiday gift making. From Thursday, November 19th at 8:00 pm US EST until Friday, November 27, 2015 at 11:59 pm US EST there are thousands of[…]
I’ve recently gained a new niece and nephew, they’re now 3 months old but still very small. I wanted to make them a knitted gift each for Christmas but I have rather a lot of deadlines coming up, so it had to be something small and quick. I decided on little hats, the pattern I’ll[…]
This weeks Friday freebie offer is the chance to get my little love birds hat pattern for free, to take advantage of this offer use the code ‘bird’ at checkout, but be quick as this offer ends at midnight tomorrow!
If you are in the US then you can get my latest pattern Stunning Stranded Ornaments which is available in the December issue of I Like Knitting. There are some lovely patterns in this issue, you can see them all here.
I asked my 5yo son what we should get our new dog for Christmas, after some umming and ahhing he suggested that I should knit something for the dog. Now it’s not something I have ever thought about before, but then I went and searched Ravelry and there is just so many lovely pet patterns[…]
This is Grown up socks an old pattern of mine that has undergone a major re-do and update to meet my current pattern standards. This is a very easy pattern, great for a beginner and great for using up oddments of sock yarn. The pair use a total of 150 – 200 yards of 4ply sock yarn. These are[…]
As soon as autumn/fall arrives my children start collecting leaves, there are leaves of every imaginable shape and colour adorning most surfaces throughout my house and wow do they make a mess! Here is my very quick and easy knitting pattern to make your own (mess free) leaves. You will need small amounts of worsted[…]