Wind in the Willows characters knitting patterns by Claire Garland
If, like me, you grew up with a love of The Wind in the Willows, you might like to try your knitting needles out on these patterns by Claire Garland. With heart-melting patterns to make Ratty, Moley, Mr Toad and Mr Badger you can pick your favourite or make the full set.
Wind in the Willows characters – 4 patterns to knit
Ratty knitting pattern
This adorable Ratty pattern is available to buy on Etsy as a PDF download and the body is made with flat knitting on 2 needles and the jodhpur and sweater are made with minimal seaming, joining as you go.
For more details, photos of the finished Ratty and info, click here: Ratty from Wind in the Willows knitting pattern
Wind in the Willows Characters: Moley Knitting Pattern
If this Moley pattern wasn’t heart-melting enough as it is, how about those tiny glasses? There’s a video to show you how to make them, along with more images and details if you click here: Moley knitting pattern from The Wind in the Willows
Wind in the Willows Characters: Mr Badger
Not sure what makes me love this chap the most: the shuffly slippers… the jaunty neck scarf… or the teeny specs. A great example of what makes Claire Garland’s patterns so uniquely special. It’s her way of capturing character and feeling. Just lovely and available to buy as a PDF download on Etsy.
For more photos and details on this pattern click here: Mr Badger knitting pattern
Mr Toad knitting pattern
Claire has managed to capture the flamboyance of Mr Toad beautifully in this pattern – love his stripy trousers and belted smoking jacket! As with the other patterns, you can buy on Etsy as a PDF download. For lots more info and photos of Mr Toad, click here: Mr Toad knitting pattern from The Wind in the Willows
Discover more about Claire’s Wind in the Willows Characters patterns here:
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Purists might like to buy a copy of The Wind in the Willows with original illustrations by Arthur Rackham and introduction by AA Milne.