Shard by Brandon Mably
Knitting issue 166, April 2017 Where the pattern refers to the number of triangl...
Spring Valley by Drops Design
Knitting issue 170, August 2017 Sizing should read: Actual chest: 88[98:106:116:...
Bonnie by Natalie Warner
Knitting issue 167, May 2017 The Back Rib section should read: Row 7 (dec): *Rib...
Knitting 171 Giveaways
Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair takes place at Hampton Court Palace on Septemb...
Ballet Wrap by Sophie McKane
K170 August 2017 The abbreviations section on page 64 should read: H2 = sl1, k1,...
Knitting K170 Giveaways
WIN Ottlite’s 13W Spin & Store lamp is a brilliant addition to any cra...
Knitting 169 Giveaway
WIN The Great British Sewing Bee has launched a live event for anyone with a pa...
Twisted Pyramids Tea Cosy by Sian Brown
Knitting 168, June 2017: On page 74, eyelet row should read: Eyelet row: K4, ...
Spring Leaf by Bronagh Miskelly
Knitting 166, April 2017 On page 62, armhole and neck shaping sections should re...
Mae West by Alison Robson
Knitting 167, May 2017 The Fairisle chart for this design is correct but has bee...
Baby Dress and Beret by Rico
Knitting 167, May 2017 You Will Need should read: Dress: 2[3:4] x 50g balls in s...
Pattern: Vegas-Style Coasters
This pattern was taken from Mastering Color Knitting by Melissa Leapman, publish...
Pattern: Ruby Red Riding Hood
This pattern was taken from Once Upon a Knit by Genevieve Miller, published by P...
Knitting 168 Giveaways
WIN Romney Marsh Wools is offering five lucky readers one of its Natural Corruga...
Tulip Shrug by Jo Allport
K167 May 2017 Shape sleeve cap Cast off 4[5:6:7:8:9:10:11] sts at beg of next 2 ...
Embroidery To begin embroidery invisibly, tie a knot in the end of the yarn. Tak...
Project: Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
There once lived a lovely princess called Snow White. She had a wicked stepmother who was very jealous of her because she wanted to be the most beautiful woman in the land, so she sent Snow White into the forest in the hope she’d never return... make this gorgeous doll set based on the story, taken from Knitted Fairy Tales by Sarah Keen (£14.99, www.thegmcgroup.com).
Technique: Attaching seed beads
Adding beads to your work can really make the project stand out. It is a simple process but can take a little time.
Pendants Use a head pin to push through the mini Amigurumi and create a loop (se...
Technique: Mattress stitch
This simple method is used when joining two separate pieces together.
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