Thanks so much for all the lovely feedback you’ve been giving me about my bird knit kits – it’s all very much appreciated!
“Beautiful, well presented kit which will be a gift. It looks excellent and such a friendly seller. Thank you very much.”
“Super fast delivery and great kit! I’m a knitting newbie but spent my whole Saturday crafting Sparky and I’m already looking at new wool for another one. Perfect, thank you!”
I’m so happy that people are enjoying knitting Jeff the Gull, Beneduck Cumberquack, Sparky the Budgie and the rest of the knit kit family. I’m going to be working on some new designs over the coming months, along with a very special kit that’s a bit different from my usual ones – will be able to reveal all soon!
Did you know that a chaffinch has an incredibly loud song, and you may well hear him before you see him? So if you’re out and about and you hear some high-volume tweeting, it may well be Steve the Chaffinch!
You may remember these two Easter lovelies from Let’s Knit magazine last year – little Easter chickens which are just big enough to hide a Creme Egg inside. Well, they’re now available as a free download from Let’s Knit. Simply register and then you can download your free Easter chickens knitting pattern! Have fun!
“Looks like that funny white stuff has melted – does that mean it’s spring now?” The knitted rats are hopeful…
So it looks like we may have snow forecast for tomorrow – time to cosy up with a cup of tea and some knitting! These knitted budgies are staying warm and happy inside so they can watch the snow through the window.
Here’s Pippa the Pied wagtail, looking forward hopefully to spring – feels like it’s just around the corner!
Beneduck Cumberquack is getting ready for spring!
I knitted Bill the pigeon a girlfriend – her name is Coo!
I’m so glad that people are enjoying my bird knit kits – I’m working on more at the moment and will keep adding to the collection throughout the year! Here’s Bill the Pigeon, Jarvis Cockatiel and Sparky the Budgie.