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Stitch London by Lauren O'Farrell features 20 adorable patterns for knitting London landmarks from the Queen and her corgies to the pigeons at Trafalgar Square.We've got two sample projects from the book including a phone box plushie and tubeline scarf, along with two copies of the book to give away. 

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For your chance of winning the book, simply leave a comment below telling us which London landmark you'd like to knit the most?

Congratulations to kairi s. and MooeyAndFriends.

 

Telephone Box PlushieTubeline Scarf

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Vampiress
Vampiress · Stoke-on-Trent, England, GB
Well for a start I would make a better job of that telephone box. In fact I would make a better job of all those figures on the front of that book.
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KairiSteampunk
KairiSteampunk · 20 projects
221b baker street, the London eye, Big Ben....
the list goes onHappy.
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Luiza S.
Luiza S. · Brasília, Federal District, BR · 22 projects
Probably the westminster abbey, to go with my knitted William and Kate Happy
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EVEnl
EVEnl · Schipluiden, South Holland, NL · 311 projects
Though the Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park would also be cool to knit... think of how many different techniques you would use :o
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EVEnl
EVEnl · Schipluiden, South Holland, NL · 311 projects
The Tower Bridge would be awesome, I once saw it in Lego and it was amazing.
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MooeyAndFriends
MooeyAndFriends · 6 projects
Buckingham Palace!
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Lauren
Lauren · Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, ZA · 112 projects
Maybe I'd knit a tube map blanket, or the iconic underground sign! Or, if a land mark, maybe good ol' London Bridge. Happy
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Debbie D.
Debbie D.
I'd love to knit one of the famous Trafalgar Square lions! Accompanied by one of those many pigeons, of course. Happy
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Makani V.
Makani V. · South Shields, England, GB · 1 project
I'd love to knit the London Eye. And Sherlock Holmes of course, though he is hardly a landmark :lol
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Jenny B.
Jenny B. · Hatfield Heath, England, GB
the gherkin could be made interesting - i think green wool should be used though ;)
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Helen S.
Helen S. · Chippenham, England, GB
The cat on the steps of 10 Downing street
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Elizabeth H.
Elizabeth H.
A Life Guard from the Household Cavalry on sentry duty at Horse Guards barracks
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Amy S.
Amy S. · Carlisle, England, GB
Knitting the tower of London bridge would be quite a challenge, maybe with runners going across doing the London marathon, some of them in fancy dress!
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Woolstasher
Woolstasher · Leicester, England, GB · 5 projects
I would love to knit Westminster or Buckingham Palace. Happy Challenging but worth it.
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Cindy L.
Cindy L. · Coopersville, Michigan, US · 1 project
I would love to knit the telephone box plushie
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bonnie M.
bonnie M.
I would love to knit either one of the portraits at the Tate (such a challenge!) or the London Eye
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margaret  w.
margaret w.
I'd love to knit the underground railway map. I fondly remember it from my first trip to London when I was quite unfamiliar with urban train travel. The map is a brilliant piece of communication and remains in my memory.
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Sophie G.
Sophie G. · 1 project
I'd love to knit Westminster Bridge with Big Ben behind it, as that is where my fiance proposed to me. Complete with open-top tourist bus watching it all!!
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Lyssie P.
Lyssie P.
Trafalgar Square, complete with dive bombing knitted pigeons.
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Rachael P.
Rachael P. · London, GB
The London Eye! I pass it on my way to university every day, seeing it makes me smile. =] It would need a hell of a lot of wire support, that's for sure! Tongue

Living in London makes the rest of the landmarks seem a bit samey, but not this one! <3
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perrineco c.
perrineco c.
Big ben!
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Debbie C.
Debbie C.
I would love to stitch that cute red telephone booth!
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