Stitch London Patterns
Stitch London have created many patterns for many events. All profits go towards keeping Stitch London stomping.
Created for Stitch London’s Stitch a Squid event at the world-famous Natural History Museum, this easy peasy pattern takes you from square to squid quicker than a jellyfish sliding across the wet deck of a pirate ship.
The Stitched Squid (squidius knittius) seems a simple creature but watch out for his finger wrestling ways. Ye have been warned, ye scurvy sea dogs…
This knitting pattern was originally written as part of Stitch London’s 2010 Stitch Yourself project with the Science Museum. Stitch London teamed up with the Science Museum to create a Stitch Yourself exhibit for the re-opening of their Who Am I? gallery in June 2010.
Each person was invited to contribute a tiny Stitched Self and take part in scientific stitching history.
This is the knit blank body pattern.
Difficulty: Intermediate (but still pretty easy)
The easiest beginner pattern ever, the Stitched Sheep was created for Prince Charles' Start Garden Party.
Anyone who knows how to knit can make him. Fact.
Difficulty: Easy peasy
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