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Amigurumi

Amigurumi

Merry Christmas Carolers

Merry Christmas Carolers

Liz Ward's crocheted choir would make a great festive display

Quick & easy Easter egg cosies

Quick & easy Easter egg cosies

Add a seasonal touch to the breakfast table

Crochet nativity: part 2

Crochet nativity: part 2

Complete your scene with the final part of Liz Ward’s crocheted nativity

Karma chameleon

Karma chameleon

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When the summer sun is beating down, Karma the chameleon loves nothing more than taking a rest on a cool leaf. And if she senses danger nearby, her multicoloured torso is ready to transform!Made up using the tangy shades in your Flash yarn kit and just four basic stitches, Janine Holmes’ critter is a brilliant project for getting to grips with colour changes and perfecting your technique. Best of all, the short stripes of her body lend themselves well to using up small scraps in your stash — so Karma really will be able to camouflage into every colour.

Walter bear

Walter bear

Made in a beautiful blend of blue and green aran-weight yarns, Walter the bear by Janine Holmes is amazingly simple to make – just two stitches are involved! It's a great project to practise your colour changes on and would make a lovely gift for a new arrival to the family.

Princess Amelia

Princess Amelia

She may wear a beautiful ballgown but don't be deceived, for winter princess Amelia is no damsel in distress. Worked in spirals with separate
limbs and skirt, Janine Holmes’ project is perfect for treating the little dame in your life and will boost your toy-making abilities. One thing's for sure, the recipient of this toy will feel like royalty too!

Diego Parrot

Diego Parrot

It always amazes us how our designers inject such personality into their animal creations with just a hook, yarn and bit of stuffing. Diego the parrot by Janine Holmes is no exception and our feathered friend looks resplendent with his tufty head feathers, ruffled wings and majestic tail. We've heard that if you ask him very nicely, Diego is glad to show off his famous flamenco skills – they're very impressive!

Molly and Max Dachshunds

Molly and Max Dachshunds

Whether you’re new to amigurumi or ready to show off your skills, Molly and Max the dachshunds by Janine Holmes will be by your side to help you succeed. Each body part is worked in the round in one continuous spiral, so don’t be put off if you think they look out of your crochet comfort zone. Once you get started, you’ll love seeing your creations come to life!