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New knitted Squirrel Design and Squirrel Pattern

Today I have been working on a new design for a Squirrel, I have had a few requests for a squirrel pattern so I thought today would be a good day to write one:) Here he is…

I have knitted him all in one this time, which I prefer and this makes him an easy knit:)

Just going to put all my notes and photos into a readable format and then I will add him to Ravelry and my Etsy shop🙂

Happy Monday:)
xo
Linda

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NEW…Knitted Hedgehog Pattern

Today I have added my new Hedgehog pattern to my Etsy shop. She is knitted in the Magic Loop Technique in the round. This is such an amazing technique, I love it! The pattern consists of 6 pages of detailed instrustions with photos. There are many tutorials on the net to learn how to do the Magic Loop:)

Snowdrop the White Hedgehog, Knitting Pattern

Snowflake Hedgehog, Knitted, Merino Yarn

I also added Snowflake the Hedgehog to my shop but she has already sold out. I will be knitting more by request only:)

Happy day to all:)
xo
Linda

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Knitted Christmas Tree Ornament Pattern

I feel very honoured and blessed to have been invited to contribute a submission to the Rhythm of the Home online Magazine. As most of you know the Winter edition went live today. I have shared a pattern for a knitted Christmas Tree Ornament, you can view it here. Enjoy browsing through all the wonderful creativity in this Winter edition, I am off to make a cup of hot tea and can’t wait to look through everyones’ wonderful inspiration:)

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Christmas Sweater / Jersey, Knitted Ornament Pattern, Handmade Holiday 2010

Today I knitted and needlefelted this little Christmas Sweater Ornament for the holidays. I am going to be gifting these to my close friends and family to hang on their trees or around their homes for Christmas and we will also be hanging these in our home too:)

Materials:
Natural yarn, mine is a handspun Merino
4mm circular needles
Wool needle for sewing up
Colourful fleece for needlefelting
Felting needle
Wire for hanger

Pattern:
Cast on 28 stitches and join for knitting in the round.
Purl 2 rounds.
Knit 14 rounds.
Now we are going to knit the front of the sweater as a row instead of in the round. Knit 14 stitches and place the other 14 stitches on a stitch holder to be knitted later. These will make the back of the sweater.
Knit the 14 stitches that are on the needle, knit 4 rows in stocking stitch, then purl 1 row and knit 1 row.
Cast off.

Place your saved stitches that were on your stitch holder onto a needle to knit the back.
Knit in stocking stitch for 4 rows.
Purl 1 row, knit 1 row.
Cast off.

This is the body of the sweater. Sew up the shoulders of the sweater, leaving an opening for the neck.

Arms:
With your circular needles, pick up 12 stitches around the armhole of your sweater.
Continue knitting in the round to knit the sleeves.
Knit 14 rounds for the sleeves, purl 1 round and knit1 round.
Cast off.
Repeat above for the other sleeve.

Sew in all your ends.

Here is the little sweater / jersey with all its ends sewn in and the little hanger I made from a small piece of wire.


Once I had finished, I needlefelted a little Christmas tree in a pot onto the front of the sweater.
Enjoy!
Happy Monday:)
xo
Linda
Please note, this pattern is for personal use only, and not for resale, items knitted from this pattern may not be sold for commercial purposes, thank you.
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