We showcase fabulous pieces sent in by Woman's Weekly readers

We really love to see all of the fabulous crafty creations that you make.

So when we’re sent in adorable pictures of baby clothes, dolls and knitted blankets, we just have to share them.

Our gallery features many wonderful snaps like the cream and pastel pram set made up of a bonnet, shawl and crocodile stitch booties that Gillian Steer carefully crafted.

And Pam Pollin’s chunky navy waistcoat is just perfect for a chilly winter’s day.

‘I love making first size clothes for my daughters’ friends’ new babies, as well larger garments for my two grandchildren,’ she tells us.

‘I adapted a stocking stitch pattern for this dear little waistcoat.’

A second grandmother who just can’t seem to resist getting her needles out to knit snug gifts is Lynne Richardson.

She’s kindly sent us a photo of the Spider-Man sweater that she gave to one of her grandsons – and it’s simply fabulous.

Julie Kearney is another reader who also likes to include popular characters on her makes too.

She’s knitted a seriously sweet button-up Thomas The Tank Engine cardigan twice.

‘I knitted this for my son when he was young from a pattern in Woman’s Weekly,’ she reveals.

’20 years later I’ve knitted it again for my friend’s great grandson, it’s definitely a pattern that doesn’t date!’

And of course our hearts totally melted the moment we saw the adorable baby clothes Gillian Fitzjohn knitted for her gorgeous nephew.

We love how she created him a warm sweater and a matching hat complete with a fluffy bobble.

Let our round-up of readers’ baby clothes, shawls and dolls inspire you to get crafty on a rainy afternoon or lazy weekend at home.