April issue of Let’s Knit: out now!
At last the April issue is here and we’re celebrating spring! This issue is bursting with projects to get you in the mood for Easter and springtime frolics. We’re also getting excited about is the long-awaited Yarn Shop Day, which is approaching fast.
Are you looking to add some spring clothes to your wardrobe or make some new accessories to keep your gadgets protected? We’ve got some beautiful garment projects for you, as well as Easter-themed toys and decorations galore. Baa-bara the sheep is a cheeky little character and you can make her straight away with the exclusive bubbly bouclé yarn that comes free in your kit! If your Baa-bara needs some friends, you’ll find patterns for Gladys the duck, a set of friendly miniature beasties and an Easter-inspired crochet cot mobile.
Projects, people and pastimes
Honeybee – A stunning openwork lace shawl by Jan Henley knitted in Rowan Fine Art. The intricate design makes Honeybee an eye-catching accessory and it will be the perfect cover-up for the spring weather.
In a spin – Adrienne Chandler has been exploring the exciting art of spinning your own and how to get started.
Spring has sprung! - Amy Adams brings you the best of spring/summer 2014’s new yarns and patterns.
Knit School – Knit School is back for a third instalment of photo tutorials, teaching you how to master rib, moss stitch, basketweave, casting off and more!
Incredible giveaways – We’ve got almost £1000 worth of giveaways for you to enter this month! As well as tickets and pattern books, we’ve got huge yarn bundles and sets of accessories.
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