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Jumping up and down squealing

I love designing for this time of year,  us knitters love any excuse to get our ‘Knit On’ and gift season is the perfect excuse for extra knitting hours!

In the November issue of Let’s Knit I have four new designs.  My first glimpse of the cover was at Alexander Palace, Knitting & Stitching Show.  I popped along to the stand to meet up with Sarah Neal, Let’s Knit Editor and I was delighted to see two of my designs on the cover.  I am playing it cool in the picture, but inside I am jumping up and down squealing.

Sarah Neal Lets Knit with Jane Burns

Talking of playing it cool, let me introduce you to Monkey.

cool sock monkey lets knit

This cool dude is knitted in the round; the head and body being one piece, and separate tubes worked for arms, legs, nose and ears.  This is an ideal project for using up left over sock yarn!

cheeky sock monkey lets knit

Also in this issue, Arcitc the snowman hat wearing a hat (I think that makes sense)

arctic snowman hat

This quirky novelty topper is knitted in Rowan Pure Wool to keep your little treasure snug and warm.


duchess fingerless mittens cable and lace

How about making these delicate lace trimmed, cable and lace mittens as a Christmas Gift?

Finally, this issue of the magazine has a cover mount kit containing the yarn you need to make these three knitted stars.

orion stars lets knit kit

orion stars lets knit kit

To get your copy of Let’s Knit Magazine instantly, download from the App Store

10 thoughts on “Jumping up and down squealing

  • Theresa Dowsett

    You have every right to feel proud of yourself as they are fabulous.

    • Thank you Amanda, I see you have been busy too 🙂

  • Ladybird

    I would really love the pattern for the snowman hat, can you tell me where I would be able to get hold of a copy pleas

    • Thank you :). You can download the magazine via the App Store. It is in the current issue of Let’s Knit Magazine so you should be able to get it on the shelf still. Hope that helps.

      • Ladybird

        Thanks Jayne, I have now download the magazine and can’t wait to knit the hat for my grandson. Your work is great! X

        • I would love to see a picture of your finished hat, happy knitting x

          • Ladybird

            No problem Hun, as soon as I have finished it I will let you x

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