This month KAS is looking to the skies for inspiration for our squares, blankets, hand-warmers, beanies and cuddly soft toys.
Planets, stars, the sun,
the moon, rainbows,
clouds, and anything in the sky.
Then there is the Zodiac.
Chinese New Year Symbols
And so much more to explore!
Be as creative as you can be. Remember, there are appliques and all sorts of techniques that you can use to embellish your squares and blankets, beanies and hand-warmers.
Also, the most important square to any KAS blanket is the Plain Jane, PJ, as it is the perfect background for all other squares.
We can not wait to see your amazing creations.
Our pattern of the Month is from the KAS Pattern Book.
Thanks Amy - I was really going to struggle with the other one - sometimes I have to admit that my old eyes are not what they used to be :))
Thanks for finding this, Amy. And I love the idea of the swirling galaxies and the name of Galaxy Hat.
My connection dropped out just as I was typing , so I lost most of my post. The video taken on my phone is the International Space Station passing over Australia tonight. It was the brightest object visible in the night sky for 4 minutes. Tap the blank small square above for the short video
That’s amazing Susanne thank you for sharing the video.
Wow - thank you for sharing - that goes so fast!
Hello everyone. Just read the comments re the sizing. It didn't sound right so I had Close look at the copy I posted. I picked up a couple of copies of pattern at the Woollen Mills. Just realised the copy I used had the 55 cm hand written... ( not my doing). So sorry ladies. I have been using another copy in my bag. Mine are knitted to 40 cm They fit a child , tested on my 5 yo grandso. Again my apologies for not noticing the addition on that copy
Here is the pattern I posted on page 7.
Thanks for clearing up that confusion, Susanne - I just assumed you'd written on the pattern, sorry.