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This shrug is a hybrid of two techniques, with the main back piece crocheted and the trim knitted. Oddly, many people hold “views” on combining these techniques (perhaps borne of snobbish attitudes towards whichever one they don’t do). But I say, let us fibre craft together! Read the rest of the blog post…
Batternburg Baby Blanket
It all started when I got the phone call that my brother was going to be a daddy. I immediately started scribbling out ideas to make a welcome blanket.
Happily while shopping I spotted this slightly lilac pink and the soft lemon yellow. As soon as I spotted it I thought of the Battenberg cake of childhood tea parties and a new blanket was born. Full Batternburg post.
Big Blue Baby Blanket
I made this for my first nephew, but naturally there is nothing to stop you playing with the colours to make something either girly or more neutral.
Cosy Wizard Scarf
I like this scarf as it is a good combination of the “prep school” look as well as being a healthy nod towards a certain highly popular book and movie series.
Knitting things from movies is always good fun, but please remember that this should never be done for profit. The author and movie producers reserve the right to sell things from their movies and will take a dim view on anyone who tries to do the same.
Try knitting this short, skinny scarf in great bright colours.
Pattern for Lime Twist Scarf
Drop Shadow Blanket
This little blanket would be great as a chair cover or buggy blanket.
Bug’s Drop Shadow Mitre Blanket Pattern
Sock Scrap Pillow
A perfect way to use up any old 4 ply sock yarn.
Bug Sock Scrap Pillow Pattern
A brilliant cosy blanket to keep you warm on those cold winter nights.
LouBug’s I Can Sing a Rainbow Blanket Pattern
Mitre Squares Blanket
Mitre squares are a fantastic way of using up scrap yarn to create blankets and cushion covers.
LouBug’s Basic Mitre Square Pattern
***More to Come***