A winter wonderland – why not try one of these patterns and add a winter twist to your interior in 2019?
By Simone Francis
Keep cosy and warm by snuggling up with this cushion on those cold winter evenings. The texture and colours of this crochet cushion by Simone Francis shows off this stylish winter town scene. How about choosing another colour yarn? Therefore matching up with your interior scheme.
By Alison Crowther-Smith
What a show stopper… a winter landscape of trees at night. This is a pattern for a Fairisle Throw. The completed throw by Alison Crowther- Smith measures 101cm x 78cm. It is knitted completely in the round, using a 60cm long, 4mm circular needle. In conclusion, fun to create and beautiful to look at.
By Angela Plunkett – Little Monkeys Design
Try out this trendy and bold design, home pillow crochet pattern by Angela Plunkett – Little Monkeys Design. This pillow is perfect for dressing up a couch or sofa. Even more so the hand crocheted pillow can also make a great housewarming gift. Crocheted with basic stitches and bobble stitches, the “home” throw pillow is a fun home décor project, in other words don’t miss out on this design this winter!
By Tatsiana Kupryianchyk
Add additional winter themed interest to you interior with the tree of life cabled pillowcase. It is made in overlay crochet. Multiple front post stitches create a structured pattern over plain background. No need to add a lining because the fabric is dense enough, however this is your choice. Why not use the central tree square as a separate decoration, for instance, fabric pillowcase or potholders, therefore creating a continual theme.
By Kristin Wilson
Have a look at the wonderful colour options of this cosy hot water bottle cover for winter designed by Kristin Wilson by clicking on the link above. This cover fits a standard hot water bottle. The design is an asymmetrical play on a solid granny square. Above all this design is great for all the family, therefore a great gift idea.
By Vikki Bird
This tactile throw is inspired by the twisted lines and spirals of wrought iron ornamental work often found in garden gates. Knit in one piece with a moss stitch border, cables galore, and in a super soft yarn. Designer, Vikki Bird explains that this is the throw you’ll enjoy spending time on. In conclusion, a great project for a beautiful result.
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