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You helped us support the Woodland Trust by making a Woodland Glen of animals and plants that were displayed at our Woman’s Weekly Live! event in September 2015.

Woodland Trust Campaign 2015 | Woman's Weekly | Lifestyle | News

We’re always overwhelmed by the time you give to the Woman’s Weekly campaigns. We’ve asked you to make hats for the homeless, blankets for cats, bunting for a World Record, poppies to commemorate WW1 and, of course, our latest World Record: knitted and crocheted bunting.

Be creative and make a difference

In 2015 we were delighted to be working with the Woodland Trust and we asked YOU to get involved by knitting, sewing or crocheting flowers, animals, birds, fairies and leaves  for our Woodland Glen.

Woodland Glen Woman's Weekly Live! 2015

There were regular patterns for you in Love To Make with Woman’s Weekly, Knitting & Crochet from Woman’s Weekly and of course Woman’s Weekly, but may readers used their own patterns.

Owl and cardinal…

Felt sewing patterns for Woodland Trust

Hedgehog, Owl, Fox and Badger…

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Blue Tit and Straw Nest…

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Crochet Leaves & Knitted Owl

Crochet leaves and knitted owl

Crochet Owl

Crochet owlClick this link for a free VIDEO tutorial on how to crochet the owl’s feathers.

Toadstools & Hedgehogs

Toadstool and hedgehog

Squirrel and Fox

Squirrel and fox

Robin and Woodpecker

Robin and Woodpecker

 

 

What is the Woodland Trust?

Woodland Trust | Woman's Weekly | Lifestyle

The Woodland Trust aims to create new native woodland with the help of communities, schools, organisations and individuals. They try to protect our precious ancient woods, restore the ones that are damaged and fight for those under threat.

This is done by inspiring people to love, value and understand nature. Encouraging people up and down the country to visit woods, plant trees and enjoy the many benefits that woodland has to offer.  For more information you can go to www.woodlandtrust.org.uk