Tuesday 24 November 2015

Indie Design GAL 2015: What to knit? Toys and home

The Indie Design GAL is in full swing over on Ravelry, and today I'm going to give you my round up of the toy and home patterns that are definitely worth a second look.

Garden slug by cheezombie
Totally silly, but I love this! There's also a crochet version.

Garden slug, image copyright cheezombie

Persian Dreams Worsted by Jenise Hope
This is absolutely beautiful, definitely worth the effort.

Persian Dreams Worsted, image copyright Jenise Hope

Orbital Ornaments by Laura Chau
A really cute set of toys, these would make a lovely mobile.

Orbital Ornaments, image copyright Laura Chau

Ribbon Weed by Kate Bostwick
Really big cables, this blanket looks sumptuous.

Ribbon Weed, image copyright Kate Bostwick

Hobby Horse for Little Knights by Aurelie Colas
Every child needs one of these. I am hiding this picture from my four year old or he will be demanding one!

Hobby Horse for Little Knights, image copyright Aurelie Colas

Woolbringer: a Knitted Sword by Emily Ringleman
To go with the hobby horse...

Woolbringer, image copyright Emily Ringleman

Swimming Hippo Lovey by Justyna Kacprzak
I'm not normally a fan of lovies, but this one is really cute.

Swimming Hippo Lovey, image copyright Justyna Kacprzak

Penguin Amigurumi by Amanda Michelle
I think this would make a lovely Christmas tree decoration, or festive desk ornament. Amanda's unicorn is also awesome!

Penguin amigurumi, image copyright Amanda Michelle

And rememeber that all my blanket patterns are included in the sale part of the gift-a-long. You can see all my patterns, including my favourite, Fluffy White Clouds, here.

Fluffy White Clouds

All these patterns are available with 25% off by using the code giftalong2015 until 23.59 (EST) on Friday 27th November 2015. Should you wish to check out all the patterns in the sale, head to the Indie Design Gift-A-Long group on Ravelry.*

*You need to be logged into Ravelry for this link to work.

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