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Nov 2017
Nov 2017

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

The best bit about arriving in Crafty HQ each day is seeing our wonderful readers send in photos of their latest projects. It makes us feel warm and fuzzy to know that you've been inspired by LGC. If you’ve posted a pic on our social media or emailed us since the start of 2017, you could be starring in this blog – so make sure you take a look and see if you’ve been featured! Remember to share this post so fellow knitters and hookers can see if they've become a woolly celebrity too.

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Reader Ellen Sparkes created this fantastic unicorn for her very grateful daughter

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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One LGC enthusiast sent in a picture of their gorgeous Sanity Blanket

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Susie Manso crocheted Arty the Owl from issue 74 of LGC

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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We love this adorable little piglet by Jennifer Beal

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Sarah Evans made Sir Hootalot for a crafty friend – what a great gift!

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Reader Janice Davison‎ made this after winning our Paintbox Yarns competition

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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We love Val Geary‎'s Sherbert the Bear from LGC issue 87

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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We were blown away by Jill Parr‎'s collection of foxy mittens

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Emma Bilous created this gorgeous Mama and Baby Roo for her Aussie niece

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Reader Holly Merry made this cutie after winning one of our giveaways!

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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We love this bundle of festive makes we were sent by an LGC reader

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Gina Tween's perfectly made Rainbow Dash caught our eye

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Michelle Hughes made this hat for her little'un – how adorable

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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We're loving reader Pippa Anderson's bed runner project

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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Laura Sutcliffe's little scene is so impressive!

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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One of our all-time favourites, Anita Harding's incredible project

Our Favourite Reader Makes of 2017 So Far

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