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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.

Piglet Hat

Piglet Hat

Our favourite little piglet Sofia models Jane Burn's adorable hat pattern which is worked in the round and uses only one or two balls of yarn. The instructions cover sizes newborn to seven years so you can make this for all of your little piglets.

Lavender Pillows

Lavender Pillows

Learn three brilliant lace stitches to make cute squares for your very own heavenly-scented lavender pillows! Make them as a gift or to keep your knitwear drawer smelling divine.

For people using a Mac or an iPad, remember you will need a zip file app to download the pattern. Check out iZip, a free program that you can download onto your device.

Crochet Flowers

Crochet Flowers

Whether you're making a pretty accessory for yourself or an embellishment for a project, these crochet flowers are endlessly versatile and easily customisable. Choose from a sunflower, rose or layered flower, each varying in difficulty to suit your skill level. The yarn amounts specified are enough to make several flowers so why not make a bouquet!

For people using a Mac or an iPad, remember you will need a zip file app to download the pattern. Check out iZip, a free program that you can download onto your device.

Easter Cards

Easter Cards

Nothing is more thoughtful than a handmade card from a crafty friend and these Easter card designs by Nicole Valiji are brilliant quick-to-make stashbusters. Plus, after Easter has passed they can be used as finger puppets or even egg cosies! Time to get creative and add your personal touch with fun decorations!

For people using a Mac or an iPad, remember you will need a zip file app to download the pattern. Check out iZip, a free program that you can download onto your device.

Lace Socks

Lace Socks

These pretty socks combine cabling and lace to make a practical yet delicate accessory. Ann Crick uses the Eye of the Partridge heel flap which is not onlyenhances the detailing but makes a hardwearing sock that will become a cosy favourite.

For people using a Mac or an iPad, remember you will need a zip file app to download the pattern. Check out iZip, a free program that you can download onto your device.

Cute bows

Cute bows

Keep fingers busy with these addictive little bows by Helen Ardley which are a great way to use up those odds and ends from your stash. Mix and match the colours as you like and have fun trying the four different designs shown here. Once they're done, fix a safety pin to the back or sew them to a hairband as an easy way to brighten up an outfit this winter.