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Flock of Sheep Cushion

All the white sheep are knitted in Sirdar Snuggly Snowflake Chunky yarn which gives them a fluffy 3D appearance.  All other yarn is double knitting. For more details click Flock of Sheep Cushion  

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Sheep in the Countryside Cushion

Full colour intarsia chart supplied with this knitting pattern.  The cushion looks stunning with these fluffy sheep and clouds. Reminds me of sunny days walking in the countryside. The back is knitted in stripes with buttons for easy removal of the cover.  More details

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Poppy Cushion

Very elegant, colourful cushion. This cushion is easy to knit – all stocking stitch.  There is a very clear, easy to read intarsia chart to follow.  All knitted in double knitting yarn, 3-50 gram balls for the main colour and small amounts of Green, Red, Orange, Light Pink, Dusky Pink and Dark Pink  Details

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Beach Huts Cushion

Perfect for the sun lounger. A lovely Summer Knit.  All knitted in double knitting yarn.  Recommend using yarn bobbins for the different colours used for the beach huts. More Details

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Hearts in a Heart Cushion

A lovely design – knit for a gift for someone special.  The pattern is for Aran/Worsted Yarn.  A main colour is used for the background and different colours used for the hearts (as shown in the photo) – a great way to use your stash of yarns up and a good project for a first attempt at Intarsia (picture) knitting.

Golf Cushion

A perfect gift for those golfing enthusiasts

Pillow Measurements 40 cm x 40 cm (16in x 16in)

The cushion is knitted in one piece. The back has a 4 button opening and is knitted in stripes of 5 rows per colour. A Golf Ball and Buttons have been knitted and added to the cushion.

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Dinosaur Cushion (Velociraptor)

Perfect for those “dinosaur mad” youngsters.  A quick and easy design to knit in Aran/Worsted Yarn.  Good project for a first attempt at Intarsia (picture) knitting.  It also incorporates 2 panels of fair isle (stranded) knitting on the back.  Just add some snazzy buttons and you have a “cool” cushion.

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Trees and Mountains Cushion

This pillow was inspired by a trip to Estes Park in Colorado last year with my family. My son went off rock climbing and mountaineering and we enjoyed the walks through the countryside whilst looking up and admiring the mountains and the birds of prey! Rating: Intermediate. More Details

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Deer in the Countryside Cushion

Full colour intarsia chart supplied with this knitting pattern.  The cushion looks stunning with these cute deer. Reminds me of the deer in Charlecote Park, a National Trust Property near Stratford-upon-Avon. The back is knitted in stripes with buttons for easy removal of the cover.

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Buy these 2 patterns above in one download for £4.50. Coloured Intarsia  Charts are supplied for both these designs.  Suggested yarns to use: Sirdar Country Style DK and Sirdar Hayfield Bonus DK or Rowan Pure Wool DK or Rico Essentials Merino DK.  1 pair of 4 mm (UK8 – USA6) and 1 pair of 3 ¼ mm (UK10 – USA3) knitting needles, 5 buttons.  Tension: 22 sts and 28 rows to 10 cm (4 in) over stocking stitch on 4 mm needles)

Deer in the Countryside Cushion

Sheep in the Countryside Cushion

Sheep and Deer in the Countryside

Mobile Phone Covers Knitting Patterns for all sizes of Mobile Phones. An ideal pattern for using all those small amounts of left over yarns. Knitted in double knitting yarn. Good for new or experienced knitters and great for gifts !

 Mobile Phone Covers with various phones

  IPad Knitted Cover showing country scene. The inspiration for this knitting pattern came whilst walking in the Cotswolds and I came across these lovely fluffy sheep. Knitted in double knitting yarn and a small amount of fluffy white for the sheep and clouds. Great for a gift.
 Ipad Cover knitting pattern IPad Cover Knitted in two beautiful yarns. I saw these two yarns in my knitting basket and couldn’t resist knitting them together. This is an easy knitting pattern for someone trying out Intarsia for the first time or for those more experienced knitters. Knitted in double knitting yarn-you could also try out different colour combinations.