Knitting Patterns

Quick and Easy Bobble Hat
The free pattern for this hat which is available in sizes from 3 yrs to adult, and has instructions to knit either flat or in the round can be downloaded as a PDF here

Baby Top Knot Hat
The free pattern for this cute hat with sizes from preemie to 2 years can be downloaded here
It is has instructions for both knitting flat and in the round.

Baby Top Knot Hat

Baby Mittens
Mitten pattern with three sizes. The first two sizes (0-6 months and 6-12 months) are thumbless, the third size (1 – 2 years) has thumbs. They are knit flat and the pdf for the free pattern can be downloaded here 

Baby Mittens

Rabbit Trousers This is the pattern for trousers, hat and backpack to fit my Robert and Rosie rabbits. You will find the English version here  and a Dutch version  here
Rabbit Trousers

Quick and cute flower to add to baby hats, blankets, bags etc. Pattern can be found here

Halloween Pumpkin Ornaments
These little pumpkins measure just 3" (7.5cm) across and are really simple and quick to knit. Add them to costumes - sew on the back of gloves,add to a witches hat or attach to a hairband
 - or just hang them as decorations.The free pattern can be found here 

Stash Buster Baby Socks
This is my pattern for a really speedy knit pair of baby socks that uses very small amounts of yarn. Nothing fancy - a basic pair of socks to help use up all those oddments of 4ply (fingering) weight yarn. The free pattern can be found here

Little Christmas Stockings
Knit flat on 2 needles using DK yarn. About 5 1/2" tall. Free pattern is here


  1. I used you fingerless mitten patter and loved it. Thank you so much for sharing.

  2. Thanks for sharing these - have downloaded hat and mitts - they will go in the to do pile ! which gets bigger by the day x

  3. Julie thanks so much for the free patterns for mittens using to knit for charity! thank you thank you thank you

  4. thank you for the mitts patterns. I have also snagged the flower pattern. its very kind of you to share your lovely patterns with us.

  5. This little baby beanie is ADORABLE! Thank you so much for sharing your pattern!!!!!!!

  6. I've used you're mitts pattern a few times but added a "string" to keep them together and they are perfect, thank you for sharing.

  7. Thanx for sharing your talent!! I made the baby hat in a silver yarn for a nephew's new baby boy. ( he works for Hershey and his wife made a ribbon that says KISSES in blue) Now the photographer wants one to add to her prop box for future pictures.

  8. Lovely!

    I'm definitely bookmarking these patterns for Christmas's never too early to start! haberdashery

  9. Thanks for the little mitten pattern. I have just made some hooded coats for my gorgeous 9mth old twin nieces. I'm going to make coordinating mittens with strings attached to thread across their backs and down the sleeves - just like I had in school! No more lost mittens


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