Tuesday, 20 December 2011

SNOWMAN AND SANTA CHOCOLATE DECORATIONS

 These great little Snowman and and Santa decorations will be quick to knit and each one hides a Ferrero Rocher chocolate!


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Thursday, 15 December 2011

CHUNKY ANTHROPOLOGIE INSPIRED HEADWRAP

If you need a really modern, last minute Christmas present for someone, then this free pattern for an Anthroplogie inspired headwrap (headband) by Jen Geigley is a winner. Knitted in cable with a very chunky yarn, it will be done in no time and is a real winter warmer. It has a button fastening for ease of fit, but you could join the ends as a band.


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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

SNOWMAN CUSHION KNITTING PATTERN

A great touch to decorate the living room for Christmas, this free knitting pattern for a snowman cushion really looks festive.


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CHRISTMAS STOCKING WITH MITTEN POCKET DECORATION KNITTING PATTERN

A free knitting pattern for a Christmas stocking decorated with a mitten pocket- just great for tucking away a sweetie or two!
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TURTLE NECK BOTTLE COZY KNITTING PATTERN


A real cutesy thing to knit - this free pattern for a lovely polo neck bottle cosy is just right for giving a bottle as a gift- particularly in that lovely sparkley yarn!


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Friday, 9 December 2011

KNIT THE DIGITAL (PG TIPS) MONKEY

Do you remember the Digital Monkey on the tv ads? He seems to have made a great come-back on the PG tips ads with his old friend Johnny Vegas! Well, you can still get the pattern to knit him! Unfortunately, there's no photo on the pattern, but if you've forgotten what he looks like, (how could you!) take a look HERE and HERE!
If you want to get your needles out and create your own Digital Monkey to make someone a fun Christmas present, get the pdf instructions HERE!


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FREE KNITTING PATTERN FOR THE LITTLE SACK BOY

Something to cheer up all those knitters out there! This little toy makes you smile just when you see the pattern! What a cutie! Pity I don't have anyone to knit him for yet! Knit the little Sackboy, from the LittleBIGPlanet™ game and make some lucky person out there a great Christmas present!
Get the pdf. HERE!



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SHELF SITTING SANTA TO KNIT


Another shelf sitter to knit, but this time it's Santa Claus!


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KNIT MR BEAN'S BEAR!

 This knitting pattern is just like Mr Bean's funny old bear - and would make a fun Christmas present for someone who likes Mr Bean.
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CABLED HOT WATER BOTTLE COVER WITH RIBBON TIE

A lovely cabled hot water bottle cover to knit which closes with a ribbon tie.

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TWO LOVELY HOT WATER BOTTLE COVERS TO KNIT

This lovely pattern for two hot water bottle covers to knit has striped and cabled versions. Great for a gift - or just snuggly for you!

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SOCKWOOL POINTY BABY BALL

I mean this is a knitting pattern for a pointy ball for a baby not a ball for a pointy baby! Anyway, this is really unusual and colourfully effective.

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JEAN GREENHOWE TOYBOX SNOWMAN

This delightful free (pdf) knitting pattern for a snowman by Jean Greenhowe would make a lovely gift, decoration or toy and comes with his own hat and scarf.

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TINY KNITTED DOLLS FOR KIDS

These tiny knitted dolls are just right to slip into a child's pocket (or christmas stocking!).


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VINTAGE STYLE SANTA CLAUS TO KNIT

 
This lovely free knitting pattern for Santa Claus has a vintage feel and would make a lovely decoration or toy.


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RUDOLPH THE REINDEER DECORATION TO KNIT

 Rudolph reindeer to knit for Christmas tree 
Yep! Christmas is on its way and this cute little Rudolph can be knitted up in no time - although I have to say, personally, I would knit him up in a reindeer sort of brown!

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950 FREE KNITTING PATTERNS FOR BARBIE

This site has 950 free knitting patterns for Barbie (including Christmas outfits!). There are also patterns for Shelly and Tommy, as well as 100 Bratz knitting patterns and all patterns are offered in several languages (Swedish, Danish, Dutch, English, French, Norwegian and Spanish).

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THREE FRENCH HENS TEA COSY


This cute tea cosy has a Christmas theme, but would be a great gift for anyone who loves or keeps hens. It's quite quick to make, with minimal shaping - but the hens look really good on the top. It's knitted in double knitting yarn, but the main body of the cosy is knitted using 2 strands together, making it much quicker to complete.

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KNITTED BEAR MADE FORM SQUARES IN EYELASH YARN


This gorgeous little teddy is knitted in Patons Whisper yarn (or a similar eyelash/ fur type yarn) and is just 8 little knitted squares which, very cleverly, don't looklike squares ! He just needs 2 x 50g balls of the yarn, a scrap of ribbon, small amount of stuffing and safety eyes and nose. This is a good knit for a beginner, (or a quick knit for the experienced knitter) but produces a great finished item. Once you've made one, you can vary the colours and sizes of your creations to make a family of different bears - the choice is endless!

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SHELF CLOWN

This great little clown is yet another cute gift - ideal to sit on a teenager's shelf or a workmate's computer. Knitted in double knitting you can make it from oddments or plan it around shades of the recipient's favourite colour.
Get your free pattern
HERE.

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