We’ve been on the hunt for some free patterns again! This week it’s Peppa Pig (and George) who get the crafty treatment. If you have any patterns you’d like to share, or any other characters you’d like us to find, let us know in the comments!
And if you make any of these marvellous free Peppa Pig (and George) patterns, drop a link to a photo below. We’d love to see them!
Peppa Pig Patterns
Left to Right:
- Peppa Pig Knitting Pattern, Woman’s Weekly | Download Pattern here
- Peppa and George crochet finger puppets| Dowload Pattern here
- Peppa Pig Knitting/Crochet Chart (for a jumper etc) Also a very cute George pattern
As something of a vintage geek I must confess I was rather excited to receive a copy of Knit Vintage by Madeline Weston & Rita Taylor. The book is jam-packed full of projects based on vintage knitting patterns from the 1930s to 1950s that have been updated by the authors to use modern yarns and sizings. The... Read More »
Doing the research so you don’t have to. The current economic climate means that ‘buying a new outfit’ and ‘going out drinking this month’ have become mutually exclusive events. With this in mind and a mere 4 weeks to go before Halloween, let’s review our top three most cost-effective costumes! Battlestar... Read More »
It is officially autumn which means that now is the perfect time to get crafting things to keep us, and our friends and family warm. These free Mickey and Minnie Mouse hat patterns from Repeat Crafter Me are absolutely adorable! The original pattern is designed for a newborn baby but there are helpful... Read More »
I have a love of all things Hello Kitty that is possibly unhealthy considering my age. But happily for me there are things out there on the internet to help people like me – such as this free Hello Kitty hat crochet pattern by Elizabeth Trantham on Ravelry. It can be made to fit a child, teen, or adult... Read More »
If you are a fan of Calvin and Hobbes, this free crochet pattern by crafty Canadian blogger Sukigirl is a real treat! She decided not to sell her pattern, but to share it for free. After all, Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson did not want to commercialise his work. She created her pattern by working... Read More »
It never ceases to amaze me how much there is out there for crafty geeks online! There are endless projects out there on the web to browse through, but here is my round up on the best geeky sock patterns. Michelle has already covered the free TARDIS socks knitting pattern for us (and there’s another... Read More »
With the nights drawing in and the air getting crisp you may be looking for a unique or quirky pair of mittens to keep your hands warm. Or perhaps you are wondering what to dress up as this year for Halloween? Either way I may have the answer for you right here. This is a part-knit part-crochet pattern... Read More »
The very best shoes reflect your creativity and personality. I’ve been on the hunt for the best customised dorkish shoe collections out there. Hopefully, it will inspire you to get creative yourself! Star Wars Themed These Star Wars heels from Etsy are inspired by R2D2 and C3PO. The designer... Read More »
The new Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection box set that we have all been waiting for has just been released! Emma’s already covered the Harry Potter special edition boxset. It’s got 31 disks that include all eight films on Blu-ray, DVD and UV Copy, bonus content, previously unreleased... Read More »