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Annie-and-George These little thread – jointed bears can be quickly knitted using four ply or double knitting yarn. The pattern also includes a dress for Annie, which is not shown in the photograph.Height: 18 – 20 cm
Annie and George
KP01 – £2.99

 KP02 – Poppy and Ben


 These little mice have removable clothes for dressing up play. There is also a Elf mouse for a cute Christmas decoration.

Both mice and clothes can be knitted from four ply or double knitting yarn

Craft-Stall Lots of easy to make gifts for family and friends. Contains instructions to make a pretty little bird mobile in 4 ply (plus beads and sequins), Tea cosy (two sizes), Hot water bottle cover and bed socks in double knitting, (the socks are knitted on two needles) and a little dog bookmark in double knitting.

KP03 – The Craft Stall

 KP03 – £2.99




Fred-and-Alice These quirky little mice would be perfect as extra gifts peeping out of the top of a Christmas stocking. They are very easy to make (a bit fiddly to stuff, tweezers or forceps may be needed).  There is also a warm cable tea cosy to knit (to keep their tea warm)
KP04 – £2.99



 Dolls-250 Hannah wears a traditional long sleeved dress while Grace likes her up to date pink and white outfit. Both dolls and clothes are quickly knitted with double knitting yarn.

 KP08 –  Hannah and Grace


Jamie-and-Duncan  These miniature bears are a bit fiddly to make up and require forceps or tweezers to turn and stuff them. They are ideal as collectors bears, mascots or pocket sized friends.Not suitable for small children.
KP10 – Jamie and Duncan




Jim-and-William  Two traditional type bears. Jim is knitted in double knitting yarn and stands 30 cm high. Old William can be knitted in 3 or 4 ply and is only 15 cm high.  Both bears are thread jointed.

 KP11 – Jim and William




nursery  A complete layette for 5, 8 and 10 inch baby dolls and a cosy Moses basket for the smallest sizes. The 5 inch dolls can be bought from the Early Learning Centre shop (inside Mothercare).
 KP12 — The Nursery



finger-puppet-gloves  Gloves for adults or young children to act out three well known counting rhymes.  There are the ‘Five speckled frogs’, ‘Five little monkeys jumping on the bed’ and ‘Ten in a bed‘ etc

– Finger Puppets


MeganTeddy-  This little dressing up doll is quite easy to knit. Her clothes are an adaptation of the Welsh national costume. Different colours can be used for regional variations or she could be dressed as Hannah or Grace.
KP14 – Megan


Milly-basket  This cute little dog is very quick & easy to knit.  She comes complete with bed, coats, 2 blankets, bone & toys.   The thread-jointed legs make her fully poseable and her removable coats can be patterned or plain. She’s a great way to use up scraps of left over yarn.
KP15  – Milly and her basket






Mollie-and-Jake  These traditional little gollies are quite easy to knit from oddments of either 4 ply or double knitting yarn. They both have removable clothes, giving potential for spare outfits of different colours  

KP16 – Molly and Jake



KP19 – Dolls Clothes
Dolls  Lots of easy to knit clothes for baby dolls from 30 cm to 46 cm (12 to 18 inches).All the clothes, except socks, are knitted in double knitting. The Teddy can be made in 4 ply or double knitting  


– Dolls clothes


KP21 – Elizabeth and Daniel
Elizabeth-and-Daniel  This very popular pattern has instructions to knit a 6½ inch (17 cm) baby doll in double knitting yarn. The clothes, blanket and teddy are knitted in a 4 ply yarn. The little teddy also makes a great little gift as a keepsake or mascot. KP21 –Elizabeth and Daniel


MatildaAndMaisy_KP22  Matilda and Maisy

These two glove puppets spend hours playing with their babies then put them to bed in their little sleeping bags. Lots of interactive play for children.

 KP22 – Matilda and Maisy



FoxyAndBadger_KP23  The glove puppets, babies and bedding from both patterns are roughly the same size, making bedding interchangeable. A whole den full of cubs can be made, adding to the fun and frolics
KP23 – – Foxy and Badger



  The Rapunzel Story
 The Rapunzel Story The children are rehearsing for the school production of Rapunzel with their pony ‘Murphy’.. There is a matchbox bed in the tower for Rapunzel and instructions to make the bedding. The pony ‘Murphy’ can also be knitted in double knitting as a gift for horse lovers.You will need two empty household matchboxes for the tower and two clear drinking straws (supermarket or drink cartons) for Murphy’s legs.Doll height:  KP24 – The Rapunzel Story



KP25 – Anika and Dawn
 Anika and Dawn  Anika and Dawn are off to a friend’s summer garden party. As children are allowed they are taking the babies. Their partners have to work today and the older children are rehearsing a school production of Rapunzel.You will need an empty cleaning bottle for the Moses basket base (about 8 – 9 cm at base).  KP25 – Anika and Dawn





 Miniature Gifts & Keepsakes


Cute and quickly knitted gifts and keepsakes to make for friends, fundraising events and children in this good value pattern.They can all be knitted in 4 ply or double knitting but for best results the Teddy and little dogs are made in 4 ply and the Owls and Pencil Critters in double knitting. I used a good quality cotton yarn for the little owls so that they stay looking fresh and new for longer.

KP26 –  Miniature Gifts & Keepsakes 



This knitted dog is easy to knit but it is very important to add the marking points when given as they will be necessary when sewing. He is about the same size as the fabric dog



There are many different types of fabric you can use to make this little dog. From a pretty piece of floral cotton or gingham to

a pair of lightweight denim jeans or an old non fray coat. There is also a free supplement to knit a coat for them.

KP29 – Duke and Daisy




These bears can be as simple or as quirky as you like. There are no ears to sew on or head gusset to fit. If you can both knit and sew you could also experiment with mixing and matching with the tummy, paw pads and muzzle for an individual touch. The knitted clothes will fit all the bears.  Kp30 – The Bear Hug