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Knitting & Stitching Show February
Knitting & Stitching Show February

Homewares Patterns

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Homewares Patterns

Christmas characters

Christmas characters

Dusting off the baubles and finding the perfect branch for them on the tree is a ritual that we look forward to every year. Often, particular decorations
bring back nostalgic memories of Christmases gone by. These knitted versions may well become keepsakes in your family. Use DK yarn to make
Santa, a nutcracker prince and a polar bear, then hang each one from gold thread so they can dangle proudly.

Cute & Christmassy Cotswold Cottage Teacosy

Cute & Christmassy Cotswold Cottage Teacosy

Put another log on the fire and treat yourself to a brew!

Goldfish bowl
Pineapple cushion
Cabled Trio

Cabled Trio

Master cables and twists with Monica Russel's homely pattern. This coordinating cushion, tea cosy and mug cosy set. The pattern uses a British yarn and is ideal for learning a pretty new cable to add to your stitchy knowledge.

Houndstooth cushion

Houndstooth cushion

Use a historic two-tone houndstooth pattern to make a traditional homeware whilst learning a beautiful new stitch to use again. The pure wool yarn used by Lynne Rowe can easily be replaced for any DK yarn and you can change the colours to suit your home.

Apple pincushion

Apple pincushion

If you're new to knitting, this cheery pincushion will introduce you to the basic increase and decrease stitches, while experienced crafters will love how quickly it can be whipped up.

Christmas Quick Knits

Christmas Quick Knits

There's still time to knit yourself something festive before Santa comes down the chimney. Try an adult Santa hat, little hat with elf ears or sparkly garland whilst nibbling on mince pies.

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