A cute little 3D plane soars between fluffy clouds in a beautiful blue sky. Who wouldn’t be carried away by such a charming scene? This delightful little top will look gorgeous on any baby.
This pattern has a super simple construction with minimum shaping, so is a great choice for a beginner’s project. It’s fashionable and uncomplicated design is also loose fitting, meaning a fast growing baby gets the maximum time out of your adorable knit!
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Stained Glass Window Scarf and Shawl
This pattern was inspired by the stunning stained glass windows in the medieval Cathedral Abbey of St Albans.
The pattern reflects the feeling of gazing up at the windows from inside the cathedral. The way the bright variegated yarn is silhouetted against a solid dark background evokes the glittering sunlight shimmering through the brightly coloured glass, casting the stone walls surrounding them into shadowed relief.
This shawl or scarf would make a gorgeous gift for anybody with an interest in architecture or a passion for history. It would also be a very thoughtful token for someone of faith, and would make a beautiful and comforting prayer shawl.
This Scottie Dog baby vest pattern is really cute, but also simple and easily personalised. I have provided an outline of colour ideas, but the world really is your rainbow!
The Fair Isle patterns are very easy to master. I have added variegated yarn to add interest to otherwise plain sections, which makes the pattern look much more complex than it really is.
The tank top shape makes this a really versatile piece of clothing year round, whilst the buttoned straps make changing wriggly babies a much easier task! Both pattern and style are unisex, so this makes a great baby gift to make if you don’t know in advance whether the baby will be a boy or girl.
Plenty of ease and a stretchy fit means that you can get far more months of wear out of this than your average shop–bought garment. Super soft, it can be worn next to the skin, or over the top of a shirt, dress or t-shirt.
Fox Face Baby Bib
Keep little ones looking cute and smart with this sweet fox face bib!
It’s not just for mealtimes – this funky cover up is designed to be worn as an all-day accessory, keeping clothes clean and mucky faces wiped and dribble-free… It’s especially useful for instant mop ups of teething drool, all whilst looking irresistibly adorable.
Knitted in baby soft cotton, this bib is comfy to wear, and super easy to care for – just pop it in the wash with the rest of the clothes!
The Not-Simon Cowl
A super easy and stylish accessory that’s perfect for beginner knitters and experts alike!
This cowl is designed to show off the best of two shades of variegated wool, blending them together to create lovely colour shifts all along the finished piece.
PLEASE NOTE: I am now offering this pattern as a FREE DOWNLOAD. All I ask is that if you are able, you make a small donation to Cancer Research. The pattern download and donation links are on my Just Giving page, HERE.