Our current product lines are the brainchildren amazing designers from around the world who have allowed us to use their patterns for sale. Read more about these creative and wonderful women below and if you want to purchase their patterns, follow the links to their online pattern shops.
Raynor Gellatly: Jelly Bum
Raynor Gellatly lives in Scotland with her husband and two daughters. She is a self taught knitter and designer of the wonderful range of Jelly Bum animal amigurmi.
Jelly Bums are little knitted animal patterns for those who love knitted toys. The patterns come with a mixture of body types and leg types so you can make them how you want.
Rebecca Danger: Danger Crafts
Rebecca Danger is a knitting pattern designer living by the bay in Birch Bay Washington with her husband, Mr Danger, their two pugs Abbey and Lucy, and a whole menagerie of knitted toys. She’s got a great blog at www.rebeccadanger.typepad.com and a monster of an etsy shop at www.dangercrafts.etsy.com.
She believes that knitting is a lifestyle, not just a hobby. Since Rebecca really, really, really likes to knit, she started knitting rather obsessively and writing patterns of her original toy designs in February 2009. She really likes this since it means she gets to knit all day, tell the government that all of her yarn purchases are business expenses, and still be able to afford to feed her family. She also feels quite proud that all of that knitting in high school and college has lead to something more than just frowns and discontented looks from teachers.
Sarah Gasson: Knitables
The patterns for our range of Christmas tree ornaments are courtesy of Sarah Gasson of Knitables and we’re so excited to be working with them!
Delightful, adorable, soft and cuddly, the Knitables range of gifts, toys, and decorations are fun and easy to knit. The patterns are simple and easy to follow and if you can knit, purl, increase and decrease you can make anything in the Knitables range. You can purchase the pdfs on the website and a portion of the price goes to two great charities!