How much cute can you handle? Introducing Rockin' Robin

rockin robin hat santa mini front

Let me introduce you to…..Rockin’ Robin! This cute little hat, or should that be ‘hats’, is the latest addition to my Ravelry Pattern Store.  I have had this hat and one other (to be revealed soon) in my head since … Continue reading

Meet 'Thumper' a bunny balaclava for your tot.

Thumper bunny balaclava lets knit magazine_medium2

I have been bursting at the seams to share this with you since I finished it back in the summer.  ‘Thumper’ is a twist on the traditional balaclava.  The twist being you don’t have to terrorise your tot by pulling it … Continue reading

Super Cute Knitted Butterfly Tutorial

knitted butterfly tutorial2

Are you looking to add that personal touch?  Something quick, simple and really cute?  Then I have just the thing for you. These super cute little butterflies are the perfect finishing touch to bags, hats, gloves, garments, shoes, you get the … Continue reading

Happiness is a design featured on the front cover… and ….

My design made the cover of Let’s Knit Magazine this month, big grin from me!


I have a couple of really cute [even if I do say so myself] baby bonnets featured in this issue.  The first is a vintage look  lace bonnet, in a contemporary colourway.


The second is a snuggly winter bonnet with a pretty 3D butterfly.


Isn’t the model beautiful?

Both these bonnets are worked in the new Jenny Watson yarn, Babysoft DK.  The yarn was a dream to work with,  45% extra fine merino, 50% polyamide and 5% cashmere, it is butter soft.  It’s manmade content makes it laundry friendly, making it perfect for baby knits.  I can not recommend trying this yarn for yourselves enough!

September Issue of Let's Knit is out now!


I was really thrilled to be asked to design a ‘Vintage’ style bonnet kit for this issue of Let’s Knit Magazine. The contemporary colour yarn makes this a perfect unisex bonnet. Knit in one piece, with I-cord ties, this really is a quick and simple knit. Just perfect for a baby shower gift! Feeling adventurous? Why not crochet a flower for the side of the bonnet, of swap the I-cord ties for ribbon.

Named after the beautiful model, how cute is Betty?

Betty Heritage Baby Bonnet

Also in this issue of the magazine is ‘Hayley’

Hayley is a knitted ring binder cover, customise your folders with this simple fair isle design worked in Stylecraft Life DK yarn. It is a great introduction to stranded colour work or ‘fair isle’.

Hayley ring binder cover

I hope you enjoyed both my design’s in this issue.