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Our top 5 Frozen-inspired patterns

10 Mar 2015
Our top 5 Frozen-inspired patterns

The LK office is abuzz with renditions of ‘Let It Go’ this week in anticipation of the release of Frozen Fever on Friday (March 13th). So to get into the Disney spirit,we’ve searched high and low for our favourite Frozen-inspired makes. From pretty dress-ups to practical accessories, find something to make for a Frozen-crazy friend or build your own snowman (he won’t melt!)

1. Elsa Tiara

Tiara 1

Cute and simple, every little girl will feel like a Frozen princess in this crochet tiara.

(Find the free pattern on Fable of Five)

2. Crocheted Olaf

Olaf 1

Everyone loves frosty little Olaf but this amigurumi snowman is impossibly cute!

(One Dog Wolf has the free pattern)

 

3. Anna Flip Doll

Anna Doll

Winter Anna or Coronation Anna? Two dolls in one. Take your pick, flip and play again!

(See The Knitted Toy Box for the pattern)

 

4. Snowflake Mittens

MIttens 2

Avoid frozen fingers when scaling the north mountain with these toasty snowflake-adorned mittens.

(Find the pattern for free at Yarn Inspirations)

 

5. Elsa Plait Hat

Plait Hat

Have long, platinum Elsa locks with this crochet hat complete with yarn plait just like the princess herself.

(Visit Rick A Bam Boo for the free pattern)

 


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10 Mar 2015

Our top 5 Frozen-inspired patterns

Our top 5 Frozen-inspired patterns

The LK office is abuzz with renditions of ‘Let It Go’ this week in anticipation of the release of Frozen Fever on Friday (March 13th). So to get into the Disney spirit,we’ve searched high and low for our favourite Frozen-inspired makes. From pretty dress-ups to practical accessories, find something to make for a Frozen-crazy friend or build your own snowman (he won’t melt!)

1. Elsa Tiara

Tiara 1

Cute and simple, every little girl will feel like a Frozen princess in this crochet tiara.

(Find the free pattern on Fable of Five)

2. Crocheted Olaf

Olaf 1

Everyone loves frosty little Olaf but this amigurumi snowman is impossibly cute!

(One Dog Wolf has the free pattern)

 

3. Anna Flip Doll

Anna Doll

Winter Anna or Coronation Anna? Two dolls in one. Take your pick, flip and play again!

(See The Knitted Toy Box for the pattern)

 

4. Snowflake Mittens

MIttens 2

Avoid frozen fingers when scaling the north mountain with these toasty snowflake-adorned mittens.

(Find the pattern for free at Yarn Inspirations)

 

5. Elsa Plait Hat

Plait Hat

Have long, platinum Elsa locks with this crochet hat complete with yarn plait just like the princess herself.

(Visit Rick A Bam Boo for the free pattern)

 


Have you ever knitted an Elsa-inspired accessory or crocheted an Olaf to cuddle?

Share your makes with us on our Facebook and Twitter!

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