I read about Knitting With Your Leftovers by Fiona Goble on Julie's Stitchyknitter Journal. It was some time ago now, I believe the book may have been a gift that Julie received for Mother's Day, and I commented at the time that I thought it was a book that I'd enjoy. So, when I saw it for sale at The Works I decided to pick up a copy, and then I went back and picked up a second copy so that I could give one away to one of you.
We all have leftover yarn, it's quite rare that a project takes up complete skeins of yarn, there's always some that's left at the end. I'm knitting some of my leftovers up into scrappy blankets but there's still more. This book has some great ideas for using them up.
I just love this little house, it's actually a Cottage Doorstop, just 61/2 inches high. I might have a go at making this myself.
These little Mouse Mittens are just darling. I know I'll be knitting all sorts of things like this when I've got grandchildren.
I already knit all my dishcloths, I much prefer handmade cloths to any I buy, but it's always nice to have a new Wash Cloth pattern. I like the look of this one, I will probably give it a try.
I think this Woodland Key Ring is so cute. Love it.
The book contains twenty five patterns under the headings of For The Home, For Baby, and Bits and Bobs.
For a chance to win a copy of this book for yourself, just leave a comment on this post by midday on the 2nd of November 2020, after which, a winner will be drawn at random.