A Knitting Pattern For Every Month
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We’ve sorted out your knitting plans for the rest of the year!
Designed by Martina Behm, this gorgeous book cover is a brilliant way to brighten up your 2019 diary. With a new and vibrant cover in place, you will feel a rush of joy every time you check back on your resolutions or make a note of your progress. Access the pattern for free over on Ravelry.
How cute are these Sweet Love Hearts from Kim Dickinson! There is no better way to show someone you care this Valentine’s Day. Whether you have a romance on the horizon or an extra special loved one you want to treat, this pattern is the perfect place to start. £1.80 from loveknitting.com
Complete this practical knit just in time for spring cleaning. Designed by Allena Jackson, you can access the pattern for free over on Ravelry
With so many Easter knits out there, it was hard to choose just one. However these beautiful Easter Egg Ornaments from Purl Soho had to be included in our yearly round up. We can’t get enough of the spring shades and the delicate embellishments! Access the pattern for free over on Ravelry
These pretty blooms were made using two strands of laceweight yarn, which equates to a 4ply, so whichever you prefer. They are super simple and easy to embellish. Find the free pattern on letsknit.co.uk
Available on loveknitting.com is this handy bunting pattern. Perfect for garden parties, Sue Stratford’s design is a summer essential. Just think how impressed your loved ones will be when you tell them you knitted it yourself!
As we move into warmer weather, you may be planning on leaving your knits behind. However, with this stripy summer t-shirt you won’t have to! Designed by Sian Brown, this lightweight garment is cool and colourful. Access the pattern for free via letsknit.co.uk
This cotton sun hat is a joy to behold. Ideally suited to keeping the sun out of your eyes, this design is delightfully understated. We just love the neutral colour palette and simple shaping. Access the pattern for free via lionbrand.com
Cables are one of the biggest trends in knitted garments and we love the stunning effect they bring to our sweaters. Why not treat yourself to this fab jumper just in time for the winter months? You can download the pattern for free via letsknit.co.uk
Just take a look at these Halloween Pumpkin Amigurumi! They are such a great way to celebrate the spooky season. They can be knitted with any yarn type or needle size, so this is the perfect opportunity for you to use up your yarn stash. Designed by Annamaltoys, this pattern is free on Ravelry.
This hat and cowl combo is worked on 10mm needles and you’ll be really impressed at how quickly the fabric grows. Make the most of November with this on-trend accessory set. Lucinda Ganderton’s pattern is free from letsknit.co.uk
We love these easy Christmas tree decorations. They are super simple to make, but are sure to look fantastic! You could even select coloured baubles that complement your festive decor. Amanda Berry’s wonderful make is free from loveknitting.com
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