Sending peace and goodwill to all knitters, the Christmas Angels have arrived!

Posted 24th July 2015

Christmas Angels

Aaaah Summer, that special time of year when the days are longer, the sun is shining (well, mostly) and a knitter's thoughts turn to... Christmas?!!

Yes, as odd as it might seem to a non-knitter, we knitters all know that for a stress-free festive season it's never too early to get your Christmas crafting underway, giving us all the time we need to lavish on making those uniquely special gifts for the people who mean the very most to us.

For this reason - and with five months of unhurried knitting time to go before the big day - we're delighted to be able to announce the launch of our brand new "Christmas Angels Knitting Pattern", available to buy right now as a Kindle Edition from the Amazon UK website.

In this publication, you'll find all of the detail you'll need to make the two adorably angelic ornamental dolls shown here - lovely Angel and her cute little sister, Little Angel. Though described here as Christmas Angels, either one of these saintly siblings would be sure to make for an ideal gift for a loved one at any time of the year.

On a personal note, the launch of this new pattern represents a mini-milestone for Team Scope-Farrell in that it's our 25th pattern to be released as a Kindle Edition, and one which we just couldn't let pass without saying a big Thank You to anyone who's purchased a pattern from this range (or any of our printed pattern booklets!) since we first went live with Kindle just over two years ago. Your custom means a lot to us and we really hope that you're enjoying working your way through all of the patterns we've launched so far.

If you'd like to read more about our Christmas Angels knitting pattern, there's more to see on our Patterns to Buy page, from where you can click on through to the pattern's dedicated page on the Amazon UK website. In the meantime, we're going to get started on pattern number 26!


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