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October 2018
October 2018

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

Issue 97 is on sale 14th December! Here's why you need to get your hands on it: it's jam-packed with new year projects to pull you out of a Christmas crafting rut; your free Aurora yarn kit is made up of stunning, colourful shades that will have you very excited about 2018; it includes a whopping £11,300 of giveaways that you can find here; issue 97 also marks our exclusive nine-page Baby Knits Special filled with projects, ideas and shopping essentials. What are you waiting for? Get yours now!

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

1. OUR SUPERHERO

Meet Daphne, she's the LGC supergirl here to save the day!

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

2. BABY BIBS

Our favourite twins show off Sachiyo Ishii's adorable knitted weather bibs.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

3. HOBBY UNICORN

An absolute favourite amongst the little ones, crochet our fabulous hobby unicorn.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

4. STORAGE BOWLS

Our colourful trinkets are perfect for storing your knick-knacks.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

5. CROCHET TRIMS

Spruce up your kitchen linens with our colourful crochet edging.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

6. SKIPPY SQUIRREL

You'll love knitting our easy squirrel pattern.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

7. KNITTED LILIES

An everlasting gift for friends and family, get this lilies pattern in issue 97.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

8. ANIMAL RATTLES

If you're expecting or know someone who is, these playful rattles are perfect.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

9. STAR SIGNS

We've got you prepped with year-round knitted gifts!

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

10. LARRY LLAMA

A real disco-lover, Larry the crocheted llama is such a fun project.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

11. ANKLE SOCKS

Practise your colourwork with this stripy sock design.

ISSUE 97 SNEAK PEEK

Check out our video where we guide you through the latest issue!

 

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