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Spring is Coming

17.02.2021 Blog
Spring is Coming

Longer days and warmer nights are on the way and we’re so excited! 

Don’t worry knitting isn’t just for winter! We can’t wait to get started on warmer weather projects and to help get your creative juices flowing we’ve gathered a list of fantastic projects to keep you knitting. 

1. Simple Triangle Shawl

      This shawl is the perfect garment for those warmer evenings when you’re not quite         ready to give up your wooly jumpers. 


https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-gb/p/simple-triangle-shawl-in-premier-yarns-sweet-roll-frostie-sts002-downloadable-pdf

 

2. Henry’s Bunny 

Easter eggs already line the aisles so why not get a head start on the bunny knits! guaranteed to bring a smile to even the biggest grumps face. The pattern is knit on the round they are a nice simple knit. 


https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-gb/p/henrys-bunny-knitting-pattern-by-sara-elizabeth-kellner


3. Milla’s Headband 

We all know the feeling when you’re a bit too hot with your hat on but have those pesky cold ears when you take your hat off.  Milla’s headband might just be the perfect solution, and will surely be a key item for your spring wardrobe. 


This pattern is free when you spend £25 on our website 


https://www.iinouiio.com/shop/patterns/millas-headband-

 

We hope you enjoy these project ideas!! please share any spring knitting ideas you have with us on our socials


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