Blossoming flowers and trees, busy little birds and bees, and homegrown veggies and herbs, a garden is full of wonder. In our latest edition of Pretty Little Things no. 3 GARDEN, you do not require green fingers to bring these fun accessories to life, just your creativity and a few crafting essentials! With these three handmade items, your own private garden will always be close by. In Pretty Little things, we showcase 3 patterns all made using different handicrafts.
The 1st pattern in our latest edition is a knitting pattern! Louise Crowther designed Nico The Gnome, a soft little fellow ready for some fun adventures! While his body is made from Scheepjes Colour Crafter, his beard is made with our soft Scheepjes Furry Tales, making it irresistible to touch. Not to mention his little bell that brings joy to whoever hears it jingle.
For the first time, we have included an embroidery project in Pretty Little Things! Designed by Simy’s Studio, the Blossom Hanger is a wonderful floral design bound to add a summery vibe to your living space. This pattern also provides three methods for transferring the pattern onto fabric. These methods involve the use of items such as a water soluble embroidery film to help you transfer your design perfectly. With our large assortment of fabrics and embroidery floss, you can choose your own colours that will suit your interior.
The 3rd pattern in this edition is the bee-autiful crocheted Wobbly Beetrice, designed by Joke Postma. This adorable little critter is made with our Scheepjes Catona yarns, and is worked around a wobble ball to give it that characteristic jiggle. Thanks to the little bell in the ball, this design is not only fun but also makes a sound when it moves