Yellow Veggie Softies – Free Knitting Patterns

Hello there, decor lovers! Are you on the hunt for original ideas? Without a doubt! These knitting patterns for Yellow Veggie Softies are must-haves in your collection. With a bit of fantasy, you will find plenty of ways to put patterns like that to good use. Softies can be great toys for pets, but they can also replace your toddler’s favorite teddy bear. You can use them as decorative figurines or little remember-me gifts for people close to you.

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In today’s post, inspired by the awesome designer Amanda Berry, we’re focusing on knitting vegetables. This author’s collection is full of soft wonders, mostly inspired by mother nature’s amazing creations. You will find veggies and fruits in all shapes and colors there. If you are a knitter who likes healthy eating, Amanda Berry’s portfolio will surely feel like heaven to you! What are you waiting for then? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Veggie Softies and Sweet Little Birds.

Sweetcorn Free Knitting Pattern

Who is in the mood for a delicious treat? This knit softie is so adorable and beginner-friendly! If you are making decorations for your window sill or patio, you should certainly put this pattern on your to-do list. As we have already mentioned, she has plenty of awesome vegetables in her collection. Check them all out!

Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Berry

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Yellow Squash Free Knitting Pattern

Will you knit the squash or the sweetcorn softie first? Both patterns designed by Amanda Berry are must-haves in your decorative summer basket. These yellow vegetables will look so pretty on your patio this autumn too! Knitting patterns for softies are a good idea all year round.

Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Berry

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

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