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Simple Stripey Spring Slouch Hat

This is my Simple Stripey Spring Slouch Hat knitting pattern. This unisex slouch is light to wear so perfect for Spring wear. The hat is worked flat on 4 mm needles in any dk yarn of your choice (preferably silk or cotton). The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS (baby),S (child),M (teen/woman) & L (man) so can be made for absolutely everyone. This pattern is available to buy here as an immediate pdf download.

Basket Weave Spring Slouch Hat

This is my Basket Weave Spring Slouch Hat. This unisex slouch hat is light to wear so perfect for Spring wear. The hat is worked flat on 4 mm needles in any dk yarn of your choice (preferably cotton). The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS (baby),S (child),M (teen/woman) & L (man) so can be made for absolutely everyone. You can buy this pattern here as an immediate pdf download.

Simple Stripey Spring Beanie Hat

This is my Simple Stripey Spring Beanie Hat knitting pattern. This unisex beanie is light to wear so perfect for Spring wear. The hat is worked flat on 4 mm needles in any dk yarn of your choice (preferably silk or cotton). The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS (baby),S (child),M (teen/woman) & L (man) so can be made for absolutely everyone. You can buy this pattern here as an immediate pdf download.

Basket Weave Spring Beanie

This is my Basket Weave Spring Beanie Hat knitting pattern. This unisex beanie is light to wear so perfect for any time of year. The hat is worked flat on 4 mm needles in any dk yarn of your choice (preferably cotton). The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS (baby),S (child),M (teen/woman) & L (man) so can be made for absolutely everyone. This pattern is available to buy here as an immediate pdf download.

Garden Flower Collection

This is my Garden Flower Collection knitting pattern. These beautiful flowers are all size and colour co-ordinated so look great together. Each flower is between 3 and 4 inches in diameter. They are quick and easy to make and are a fabulous way of using up small amounts of leftover yarn. They are all worked flat on either 2 mm or 2.75 mm needles. The knitting pattern is 20 pages in length and provides lots of step by step photos included in the instructions to help you. When made up these flowers look fantastic wherever you put them. You can buy this knitting pattern here as a pdf download.