Seasonal Knitting Patterns

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Snow Joker is a cute little hybrid.  He is half joker and half snowball.  He has a 4 pointed hat and boots to keep him warm this winter.   Knit him in any double knitting yarn and 3mm knitting needles.

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Santa has room for a chocolate treat.  Two Christmas gifts in one.  The first of the 2018 Christmas pattern collection.

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Christmas Eve is toasty and ready for the winter. She has wrap round mittens, cosy scarf and big pom-pom hat. Dressed in festive red she even has stripey stockings.

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You can't beat a squishy Snowman. This soft toy pattern is really cuddle worthy and another one to get your knitting needles going.

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Here is Santa Stocking hanging up and ready for Christmas.

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Here is a our take on what Santa could have looked like when he was a young chap. He is a little knit and a great little addition to your Christmas collection.

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Here is a twist on a traditional Christmas favourite. He is a larger knit than our usual patterns so you can get your needles clicking with this one. Fill the reindeer with Christmas goodies.

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You can't beat a squishy Santa Claus. This soft toy pattern is really cuddle worthy and another one to get your knitting needles going.

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Here is a twist on a traditional Christmas favourite. He is a larger knit than our usual patterns so you can get your needles clicking with this one. Fill the snowman with Christmas goodies.

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Waddle waddle. This little quick knit penguin is another cute winter knitting pattern.

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It's snowing outside and this cute snowball is ready for fun in the snow.  Made with double knitting yarn, this unusual knitting pattern is another Christmas pattern direct from the designers.

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This sweet Elf will sit in your doorway this Christmas and welcome everyone as they go past. Made in Chunky yarn he will grow fast.


Why Choose Seasonal Toy Knitting Patterns?

Seasonal toy knitting patterns offer a unique joy in crafting something special that marks the time of year. They are not just projects but memories in the making. Whether it's a Christmas elf, an Easter bunny, or a Halloween witch, each pattern brings its own charm and challenge.

What Makes Knitted Toys So Special?

Knitted toys are more than just a hobby; they're a way to share love and creativity. They make perfect gifts, keepsakes, and even family heirlooms. Plus, knitting toys can be a wonderfully satisfying project for knitters at any level.

Where Can I Find Unique Toy Knitting Patterns?

Knitting by Post is the go-to destination for unique toy knitting patterns. With a wide range of seasonal themes, you're sure to find the perfect pattern for your next project. From cuddly animals to festive decorations, the variety is endless.

How Can I Improve My Toy Knitting Skills?

Practice makes perfect. Start with simpler patterns and gradually challenge yourself with more complex designs. Online tutorials, knitting groups, and pattern guides can also offer invaluable help and inspiration.

Why Are Seasonal Patterns a Great Choice?

Seasonal patterns align with the excitement and festivities throughout the year. They allow you to create timely pieces that can be enjoyed in the moment or anticipated for upcoming celebrations.

Can Beginners Knit Toys?

Absolutely! Toy knitting patterns are available for all skill levels. Beginners can start with basic shapes and simple designs. As your skills grow, so can the complexity of the toys you create.

What Are the Benefits of Knitting Toys?

Knitting toys can be incredibly rewarding. It's a way to relax, improve your knitting skills, and at the same time, produce something adorable and personal. Knitted toys often become cherished items for their recipients.

Where Can I Share My Finished Toys?

Sharing your creations online, especially on forums and social media dedicated to knitting and crafts, can be a great way to connect with like-minded individuals and get feedback on your work. Local knitting groups and fairs are also wonderful places to showcase your toys.

Why Shop for Patterns at Knitting by Post?

Knitting by Post specializes in toy knitting patterns, offering an extensive collection that's both unique and easy to follow. Their patterns cater to all occasions, ensuring you have a project for every season.

What Supplies Do I Need for Toy Knitting?

Aside from yarn and needles, filling material, safety eyes, and buttons are some of the supplies you might need. Each pattern will list the specific requirements to ensure you're fully prepared before you start.

How to Choose the Right Yarn for Knitted Toys?

The right yarn can make all the difference in toy knitting. Soft, durable yarns are ideal, especially for toys that will be loved and cuddled often. Consider the toy's purpose and the recipient's needs when choosing your yarn.

What Seasonal Patterns Should I Start With?

Starting with patterns that match the current or upcoming season can add to the excitement of your knitting project. It also gives you a timely goal to complete your toy for a specific event or holiday.

How to Keep My Knitting Organised?

Keeping your knitting supplies and patterns organised can save you time and help avoid frustration. Use project bags, label your yarns, and maintain a pattern file to keep everything in order.

Why Knit Toys for Gifts?

Knitted toys make heartfelt gifts that show how much you care. They're personal, handmade, and can be customized to suit the recipient's tastes, making them much more special than off-the-shelf toys.

How Can I Personalise My Knitted Toys?

Adding personal touches to your knitted toys, like a custom color scheme, embroidery, or a special filling, can make them truly one-of-a-kind. Consider the interests and preferences of the person you're knitting for.

What's the Best Way to Learn New Knitting Techniques?

Exploring new knitting techniques can be both challenging and rewarding. Online courses, knitting books, and community workshops are great resources for learning. Don't be afraid to try something new with each project.