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Nov 2017
Nov 2017

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

We're well and truly in the Christmas spirit with issue 85. Bursting with gift and decoration inspiration, it's jam packed with festive patterns. Use your Wonder yarn kit to crochet a classic Santa or an adorable Rudolph blankie. Thinking a bit bigger? We also have stage two of our knitted winter scarf series. Or if you're really stuck with what to make this yuletide, take our handy quiz to sort out your Christmas project woes.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

1. Star Tags

Add a handmade touch to this year's pressies.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

2. Santa Claus

Who's that we hear coming down the chimney?

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

3. Cutlery Cosies

Serve your Christmas dinner in style!

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

4. Rudolph Blankie

Crochet a Christmas comforter for a baby.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

5. Scarf Series: Part 2

Make this cosy festive favourite with your kit.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

6. Workshop Elves

Whip up three pixies with your Wonder yarn kit.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

7. Granny Stripes

Keep chills at bay with this stripy cosy.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

8. Smiling Angels

Our gorgeous girls are a seasonal must-have!

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

9. Scandi Banners

Hop on the typography trend with these sweet decs.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

10. Pretty Presents

Give your gifts some pizazz with these alternative wrapping ideas.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

11. Christmas Characters

Knit three adorable decorations to adorn your tree.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

12. Elf Suit

Brighten up your tree with a mini costume dec.

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13. Novelty Beanies

Create a festive accessory with your Wonder yarn kit

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

14. Festive Owls

Adorn your Christmas tree with our feathered friend.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

15. Handy Pockets

Whip up Kath Webber's snazzy space saver.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

16. Vintage Tea Cosy

We teach you step by step on how to make this classic homeware item.

Issue 85 Sneak Peek

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