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Christmas Robins Knitalong: Part Two
Christmas Robins Knitalong: Part Two

Christmas Robins Knitalong: Part Two

Designer: Lucinda Ganderton
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What you need to know

Wish your nearest and dearest Joyeux Noël with Pierre, our chic feathered friend who makes up Part Two of our Christmas Robins collection. Use simple stripes for his Breton-inspired outfit and finish your globe-trotting toy with an adorable knitted beret. He's made using just four colours of DK yarn. Download the knitting pattern today and cast on for Christmas.

Sizing


Santa: 27cm
Pierre: 27cm
Tommy: 25cm
Harry: 19cm

What you'll need


Yarn: DK, shades Brown, Red, Beige, White, 100g of each
Needles: 3.75mm
Safety toy stuffing
Safety toy eyes: 6mm, eight
Pom-pom maker (optional)
Tapestry needle

Skills and stitches used


Cast on
Knit
Purl
Cast off
Stripes
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Meet the designer


Lucinda Ganderton is a designer and writer with extensive experience in needlework and other traditional crafts. If you enjoyed making her pattern, you can see here. Find even more Christmas knitting patterns at letsknit.co.uk

How to access this pattern


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Lucinda Ganderton

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