These patterns have been created by designers specifically for the The Little Yellow Duck Project.
***Please click on each photograph to view the patterns***
Although these patterns are free to download for participants of The Little Yellow Duck Project, their copyright restrictions still apply. They may be printed for your personal use or for the use of others creating items for The Little Yellow Duck Project but they may not be reproduced or distributed for any other purposes.
Alan Dart’s diverse craft work has appeared in numerous magazines. He lives in the UK and has written several books, taught knitwear design at art colleges and demonstrated crafts on two children’s television series. For more information please visit the Alan Dart website.
Rebecca is from New Brunswick, Canada, and enjoys knitting, tatting and embroidery…with a little crochet thrown in! You can find out more about Rebecca on her website.
Suzy lives in Weymouth, UK and has a passion for knitting. She has designed various patterns for herself previously, including a series of New Zealand birds, before discovering the Little Yellow Duck Project which she has knitted over 50 ducks for to date.
Carle’ Dehning produces her own brand of hand-dyed yarn. Nurturing Fibres – from her farm in Cape Town, South Africa. She uses dyeing methods developed over the last 10 years using hand-selected yarns from South African farms that have been locally spun.
Helena is a glass artist from Wales (UK) who is currently living in South Africa. She enjoys knitting and producing hand-painted yarn. Visit more information please visit the Fused Glass website.
Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer (from the UK) are well known for their large-scale wall-hangings and illusion knitting. Pat’s life was saved 28 years ago when she received a kidney transplant from an unknown donor. For more information please visit the Wooly Thoughts website.
CaouaCoffee loves knitting and has designed numerous patterns for socks, scarves and mittens. Visit her Ravelry Store to find out more:
Shaz has been knitting since the age of 7 years old and hasn’t stopped since. She set up her own knitting group – Colchester Knitterai – which crochets and knits for various charity projects including the Little Yellow Duck Project.
A basic duck pattern from our very own Gwyneth that can be adapted to make e.g. a Pirate Duck