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October 2018
October 2018

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

Can you believe it's the final Christmas issue already? It may be last, but it's certainly not least – issue 96 is filled with a colourful explosion of projects to make before the big day approaches. From the adorable Snowflake bunny made by Sachiyo Ishii, to the cheeky, mischievous elves made by our brand new designer Sarah Lousie Read, you'll be spoilt for choice. But before you whip out the needles and hook check out our bumper giveaways here – we've got over £11,300 worth of prizes for you to win! This issue also features an exclusive A-Z that will prepare you for Christmas.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

1. BLANKET SERIES

Find part three in issue 96 and complete your Christmas blanket!

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

2. SNOWMAN FAMILY

How cute is this snowy little trio? Craft knitted snowmen using your special fluffy yarn.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

3. BABY BEAR

Perfect for little ones and adults alike, this stripy crocheted bear is a must-make.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

4. REINDEER CUSHION

We're loving Ralph the reindeer! This fun cushion has a vibrant stripy back too.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

5. MISCHIEVOUS ELVES

Our crochet elves have been raiding the craft stash – what will yours get up to?

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

6. SNOWFLAKE BUNNY

Little Snowflake the cute Christmas bunny loves to collect tasty treats for all the family – find the charts to make her dress and stockings here.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

7. FLIPPER AND FLAPPER

These crocheted penguins are sledging their way right onto your crafty to-do list.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

8. WINTER MITTENS

Keep it classy and cosy in the run-up to Christmas this year.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

9. BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Meet Seb, Simon and Steve the sprouts. Theses crochet cuties look good enough to eat.

ISSUE 96 SNEAK PEEK

Put your feet up and read the winning story from our Woolly Writer competition here.

And for more of a sneak peak, watch our video!

 

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