These cute fruit are very endearing and you can knit your own strawberries, raspberries and blackberries using these written patterns with photographic illustrations.
There is one pattern for the strawberry, and another for the raspberry or blackberry.
To create your knitted fruit you'll need to be able to knit in the round, increase, decrease and knit i-cord. Youtube is an excellent resource if there are any stitches you don't know and I also offer help by email.
The patterns use some DK and some sport weight yarn as well as seed beads. Using 2.75mm (US 2) needles, the fruit are approximately life size.
You'll be able to download the patterns as soon as you have paid.
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Almost all my yarn is superwash treated, so you can use the wool cycle on your washing machine, although hand washing is kinder if you have the time.
I choose acid dyes rated “wash fast” or “very wash fast” at 30*C, and I test wash each colourway. Nonetheless it is sensible to wash items separately on the first occasion as with any fibre or garment.
If you put my yarn in on long hot washes with fast spins, harsh detergents and stain remover they will age and fade much faster. This is not my fault, wool is like that, and you make your choices.