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Our 15 Most Popular Knitting Patterns in August 2020

Our 15 Most Popular Knitting Patterns in August 2020

Let’s Knit Together is a knitter’s paradise, and you’re absolutely loving all the patterns we have to offer in the UK’s friendliest knitting community. To help inspire you some more, we want to share some of this month’s most popular patterns, which ones will you be adding next to your list?



You knitters absolutely adore all things doll-related, and these simple dolls’ clothes designed by Susie Johns includes a dress, jacket and matching socks, we love the bright pink and yellow combo!



Super cute toy alert! Use any DK yarn to knit three mini mice and an adorable elephant – we love the vintage feel to the designs.



If you’re looking for a super quick knit, then look no further than these three hanging hearts. They’re ideal for adding a knitted feel to your home and you can create them in colourways to suit your decor.



Everybody loves Sherbet the Bear! Although he may look tricky, you simply use basic intarsia colourwork to give the patchwork effect.



Not one, but two simple dinosaur toys! Knit a stegosaurus or triceratops using Sachiyo Ishii’s straightforward pattern that involves basic increases and decreases. 



If you find double-pointed needles difficult to use, then try our nifty socks using two straight needles. They’re knitted flat and feature a stunning Fair Isle design.



Who doesn’t love a classic knit? These mini teddies are the perfect present to whip up quickly and you can create a whole collection of them in different colours using your yarn stash.



Layer up and accessorise with our fabulous long drop stitch waistcoat. It involves deliberately dropping stitches, but it’s nothing to worry about as it produces the most beautiful effect – we’re right behind you!



Add a touch of rustic charm to your home with our delightful knitted fish! Whether you live by the sea or not, these simple home decorations add that coastal chic.



Statement hats for all the family! Treat all your loved ones to a knitted bobble hat this year – they come in all sizes so no one is left out.
Need a hand at learning the basics of knitting in the round on circular needles? We’ve got you covered on our Knit School video course. Click here to watch and learn!



Our community loves to knit for charity, and that’s why this Newlife Nurse pattern is one of our most popular downloads! Knit for a good cause and help to fund a vital service which supports disabled and terminally ill children across the UK.



We’re embracing vibrant hues more than ever before with these charming, mini chameleons. Each one is worked in the same way but just like the real kaleidoscopic creatures, there are several colour switches to keep an eye out for.



This pyjama bunny toy is great for beginners! Using a simple stocking stitch, this cuddly cutie would make for the perfect bedtime companion.



That’s right, another chameleon has made the list! Involving just four stitches, this is a brilliant project for getting to grips with colourwork and perfecting your skills.



Not ready for a real pet yet? Our knitted guinea pigs are a fantastic alternative, and you never need to worry about cleaning them out! Their markings are created using intarsia, and if it’s your first time trying the technique, it’s a wonderful place to start.

Don’t forget! If you ever get stuck with a particular technique or need to jog your memory, we have over 40 video tutorials in our fantastic Knit School course! Our star presenters, Julie Peasgood and Neti Love, enjoy nothing more than experimenting with new stitches and the friendly format offers plenty of knitty chat too! Best of all, they are just a click away any time you need their trusted expertise, so if you ever get stuck, you know where to watch and learn!

 

 

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