Flurries - Umbrella Fellas
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The umbrella is an indispensable London sidekick: wave it angrily at buses that pull away just as you puff and pant your way to the bus stop; lean on it casually when you fail to get a seat on your morning train; use it to shoo gammy pigeons or ward off overzealous free-newspaper shovers; and hide under it from the rain wrath of London’s displeased weather Gods.
Sling a handful of Umbrella Fellas at your rain-proof pal and it becomes a cool and kooky canopy. Christmas up your brolly with flying Flurries. Stand out from the sea of plain parasols and dance in the deluge with tiny flocks of fibre folk.
The Flurries are one of five Umbrella Fella patterns in the Stitch London book.
All change: Umbrella Fellas are an adaptable chaps. They’re happy to change career at your whim. They could be earrings, pendants, charms, alternatives to corks on Australian hats, lampshade fringing, keyrings, or burlesque tassels (though they may blush).
Find out more about the kooky little Stitch London knitting book at www.knitthepigeon.com
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