We present the fabulous creations by Woman's Weekly readers

Peppa Pig has been one of the most popular cartoon characters for children since she made her first ever TV appearance in 2004.

With this in mind, it comes as no surprise that many of our readers love to have a go at making things featuring the adorable pink animal.

We’ve been sent pictures of everything from cosy jumpers to cuddly Peppa Pig toys and delicious-looking bakes.

To show you just how wonderful Woman’s Weekly fans’ makes are, we’ve created a gallery that will inspire you to get creative at home.

Helen England is just one of many proud grandmas who feature in our round-up of all things Peppa Pig.

She kindly gifted her granddaughter Emily with a delightful teal sweater for her 4th birthday.

Judging by the smile on the birthday girl’s face, we’re guessing the present was a huge hit.

Hazel Knabe and Anne McNair also got stitching for the special little girls in their life, while Joy Rance was asked to knit clothing featuring Peppa’s brother George by her grandson Joseph.

Fancy getting your needles out? Our issue dated 17 November 2015 (on sale 11 November) features a fabulous Peppa Pig jumper.

Peppa Pig winter jumper

Knitted in stocking stitch with Fair Isle double-rib edgings, the motif is worked using the intarsia method.

Many of you often use your skills with needles to craft gorgeous gifts for others.

Catherine Rotte-Murray was more than happy to make a long-sleeved top with a stunning picot border for a friend’s child.

Maureen Harper is obviously a big fan of the animated series.

She knitted Peppa, her parents and brother plus a selection of tasty treats to make a tea party scene for the children’s centre that she works at.

Maureen even used her crochet hook to craft table settings for each family member.