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Treat your family to an adorable knitted Peppa Pig

If you think about it, being a knitting enthusiast is a lot like being a magician – with a wave of your knitting needles, you can create something colourful, fun and delightful that you and your family will cherish. Something as cute as our Peppa Pig knit.

This is an adorable knitted toy with tonnes of traditional charm and it was created especially for you by the Woman’s Weekly team.

Kids today may be more used to flashy playthings, but there’s a certain amount of heart and lovability about old-fashioned knitted toys that simply can’t be replicated.

The great news is that the knitting pattern for Peppa Pig in her sweet red jumper dress is available from the Woman’s Weekly Shop. She has cute rosy cheeks, tiny trotters and a lovely smile.

New Peppa Pig toy

Measuring around 24cm and knitted in stocking-stitch, this heart-meltingly cute toy features embroidered facial features using DK yarn and is bound to go down a treat with fans of the popular porcine character.

Created by Neville Astley and Mark Baker, the TV show centres on the various adventures of Peppa, a young girl who loves to play with her friends, jump in muddy puddles, dress up in costumes and other everyday activities.

Telling gentle stories about Peppa, her family and all the other cute animals that inhabit her world, the cartoon has become a global sensation and is aired in 180 countries around the world.

The enduring popularity of Peppa Pig means that you can be pretty confident that your knitted toy is sure to go down a treat with any child when it’s done!

Once you knit one, we’re sure you’ll get requests from friends and relatives to knit more Peppas for their little girls.

Why not knit Prince George too?

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