Knitting pattern: London Tube Mouse

Toerag_Tube_Mouse.jpgLondon is going to have quite a 2012. We've got the Olympic Games and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee all in one space. Eek!

To celebrate the only book to let you cast on a whole city, Stitch London by Lauren O'Farrell (me!) is giving away one of the book's lovely little amigurumi knitting patterns for free: meet Toerag the Tubemouse.

Toerag has been released into the wild over at Craft, so that knitters both sides of the pond can create one of London's most difficult-to-spot wild creatures.

Stitch_london_book.jpgLondon tube mice
can typically be seen out of the corner of your eye, darting across the rails as an Underground train thunders in. They're a bit of a mystery and it's always a magical thing when you see one of the little guys on your boring commute to and from work.

Grab the free pattern and make a Toerag (for those less Londony the word Toerag means a cheeky scamp in London chatter) of your very own from the free Tube Mouse knitting pattern.

You can also find out more about the Stitch London book and the author over at Whodunnknit, the home of my sneaky stitching and many other patterns.

Don't forget you can also enter our competition to win a copy of Stitch London and see a gallery of other Stitch London knits too.

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