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Pretty Little Things - Number 04 - Baby

Pretty Little Things - Number 04 - Baby

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We are proud to announce the 4th edition of our monthly publication Pretty Little Things! This multicraftual booklet is filled to the brim with adorable designs all made with child-friendly fibres and materials, making it suitable for the wonderful bundles of joy in our lives - babies! Everything always looks 'oh so cute' when in miniature, with the added bonus that they can be created in no time at all. Perfect as quick and colourful projects for a baby shower, birthday or just as a surprise gift. In this edition of Pretty Little Things, we showcase 3 patterns made using 2 different crafts.

First up is the brightly coloured Tutti Frutti Pram Garland designed by Joke Postma. With help from a detailed pattern, crafters can easily crochet in an afternoon this vibrant design featuring delightful fruit and child-friendly silicone accessories. The Tutti Frutti Pram Garland measures 45cm long, and can be easily adjusted by adding or removing accessories. The garland attaches to a pram using 2 pacifier clips.

Our baby-inspired booklet wouldn’t be complete without a super soft baby blanket! The Wanna Waffle Blanket designed by Ali Campbell is a colourful crochet blanket made with our environmentally friendly Organicon yarns, perfect for sensitive baby skin! Made using front post stitches to create a traditional waffle stitch, the blanket measures 112 x 150cm when complete. By combining any of our 21 fresh and pastel coloured Organicon yarns, crafters can create the perfect baby blanket to snuggly wrap their little one in.

Our 3rd pattern is the adorable knitted Daisy Dot Sweater designed by Neringa Rūkė and made using 2 contrasting colours of our eco-friendly Organicon yarns, making the bobble stitches on the sleeves and border edge truly pop! Pattern includes sizes for babies 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, and 9-12 months old. Tip: this pattern lends itself perfectly for playing with colour. Consider swapping both colours around for a completely different look or knit each bobble in a different colour!