Nicky Fijalkowska

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Animal Toy
Here’s Wendy the Whaap - she’s a Shetland curlew! Curlews are Europe’s largest wading birds, and they are in trouble. Between 1995 and 2012, we’ve lost by 55 per cent of the breeding population in Scotland and 30 per cent in England. The RSPB has launched its Curlew Recovery Programme to raise awareness of the curlew’s plight and build support ...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is Steve the Chaffinch, a cheery knitted fellow who will happily hop around the house keeping you company and brightening up your day with his smart red plumage.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Here are two knitting patterns to make Calidris the Western Sandpiper in both sitting and flying positions.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Pippa the Pied wagtail is 20cm long from beak to tail, so she is the perfect size to pop in your hand for a cuddle (when she’s not bob-bob-bobbing along the pavement looking for treats!) Her tail contains a pipe cleaner wire, so you can pose it in the cheeky wagtail position of your choice.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Bill the Pigeon is a very sweet and well-behaved pigeon - and here’s the PDF knitting pattern to knit him! He’s 12cm tall (just the right size to fit in your hand for a pigeon cuddle), and is knitted flat on 4mm needles. No knitting in the round, or tricky technical stuff, so he’s a fun, simple knit, which is suitable for beginners or someone l...
Knitting: Animal Toy
Let me introduce you to the very handsome Jarvis Cockatiel! He’s a 29cm tall cockatiel, and you can knit him today from my 6 page PDF knitting pattern.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Here’s my PDF knitting pattern for a festive little partridge called Noel. He is 12cm long from the tip of his felt beak, to the tip of his tail. Noel is knitted flat in one piece with separate knitted wings and a felt beak, so he’s a nice, easy knit!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Beneduck Cumberquack is a very cute and distinguished gentleman duck! He’s 13cm tall, and is knitted flat on 4mm needles.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Hello Bob the Cardinal! This cuddly knitted bird is 18cm long so he will fit perfectly in your hand - he makes the perfect autumn or winter companion!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Who’s a pretty boy then? Sparky and Coco are! Sparky is blue, Coco is green, and they are both 23cm tall friendly knitted budgies, that you can knit from my 8 page PDF knitting pattern!
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is my PDF digital knitting pattern for a colourful, cuddly parrot! Each parrot is approximately 18cm tall, not including the tail, and is easy to knit using a pair of 4mm knitting needles and the DK yarn of your choice. The body, wings, and beak are all knitted in the flat, and the feet are i-cord or French knitting.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is my PDF digital knitting pattern for a very cute knitted rat. Each cuddly rat is approximately 7 inches long from nose to bottom, not including the tail. They are super easy to knit! You knit them flat using a pair of 4mm knitting needles for the body, and 3mm and 4mm needles for the legs. The tail is made using i-cord or French knitting...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is my PDF digital knitting pattern for two cute knitted rubber ducks! The little duck is approximately 8cm tall (around the size of a standard bathtime rubber duckie) and the big duck is 15cm tall. They are both easy to knit using a pair of 4mm knitting needles and the yellow DK yarn of your choice. It’s all knitted flat, no knitting in th...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is the PDF digital knitting pattern for my little white dove. Each dove is approximately 14cm long and is easy to knit using a pair of 4mm knitting needles and the cream DK yarn of your choice. It’s all knitted in the flat, no knitting in the round necessary!
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is the PDF digital knitting pattern for my cute little knitted bird. Each little birdie is approximately 11cm long from tip of the beak to the tip of the tail and is easy to knit using a pair of 4mm knitting needles and the DK yarn of your choice.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is my knitting pattern for a 12cm long herring gull. Jeff is knitted in one piece with separate wings and he’s a quick and easy knit. He’s a great way to use up odds and ends of cream and grey DK yarn.