My Knitting Patterns

Booky Bookmark – a free knitting pattern

This is a great way to use up yarn scraps! It uses approx. 7 grams of DK/light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply). 3.25mm (US 3) straight needles. It's knitted flat using Garter stitch and a blanket stitch is sewn around the edge.

£0.00

Ralph the Reindeer, Christmas tree bauble – knitting pattern (PDF)

Ralph is a cute reindeer, Christmas bauble, and once the season is over, he would look good anywhere in your home. He measures (excluding antlers): 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. He is quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, cast off (bind off), knit, purl, using DPNS and sewing. He uses DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams). Colours needed: brown and red. White and black oddments of felt, and around 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, 3.25mm (US 3) Double pointed needles, Tapestry needle, scissors, fabric glue.

£2.39

Christmas Ogre – Happy and Angry – knitting pattern (PDF)

This pattern includes the instructions to make two Ogre’s, one happy and one angry. They are Christmas tree baubles and once the season is over, they would look good anywhere in your home. Each one measures: 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. They are quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, cast off (bind off), knit, purl, using DPNS and sewing. They use DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams) in light and dark green, and around 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Oddments of green and black felt, contrast coloured yarn for the mouth. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, 3.25mm (US 3) Double pointed needles, Tapestry needle, scissors. Fabric glue.

£2.39

Happy pumpkin, Christmas bauble knitting pattern (PDF)

Happy pumpkin is a knitted, Christmas tree bauble. Once the season is over, he would look good anywhere in your home. He measures: 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. He is quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, cast off (bind off), knit, purl, using DPNS and sewing. It uses orange and green DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams) and approx 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Oddments of white, black and red felt. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, 3.25mm (US 3) Double pointed needles, Tapestry needle, scissors, fabric glue.

£2.39

Sparkle the Elf, Christmas tree bauble, knitting pattern (PDF)

Sparkle the Elf, is a Christmas tree bauble. Once the season is over he would look good anywhere in your home. He measures (excluding hat): 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. He is quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, cast off (bind off), knit, purl, using DPNS and sewing. He uses white, red, green, orange, black and blue DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams) and around 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, 3.25mm (US 3) Double pointed needles, Tapestry needle, scissors.

£2.39

Santa knitting pattern (PDF)

Santa is a knitted Christmas tree bauble. Once the season is over, he would look good anywhere in your home. He measures (excluding hat): 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. He is quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, cast off (bind off), knit, purl, using DPNS and sewing. He uses DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams). Colours needed: white, red, light pink and a darker pink. Plus approx 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, Tapestry needle, scissors. Fabric glue, googly eyes.

£2.39

 

The Snowface Family – knitting pattern

Mr. Snowface is a pattern that I designed a couple of years ago. This year I have made a collection of cute knitted Christmas baubles, called Snowface Minis. The collection is made up of several patterns, including: Happy Pumpkin, Christmas Ogre (happy or angry), Ralph the Reindeer, Christmas pudding, Sparkle the Elf, Santa, and the Snowface family. Once the season is over these would look good anywhere in your home. They are simple knit to make and can be made quickly and it’s a great way to use up oddments of yarn. Change them any way you like to make them yours. Each one measures: 6cm (2.25 inches) wide and 8cm (3 inches) high. They are quick and easy to make in a couple of hours and knitted flat. Skills needed: Cast on, knit, purl, using dpns and a bit of sewing. They use DK or Light Worsted Weight yarn (8ply, and around 3 grams) and around 2 grams of toy filling/fibre fill. Notions: 3.25mm (US 3) Straight needles, Tapestry needle, scissors.

£2.99