Lily (who everyone’s favourite model, right?) is promoting Innocent’s The Big Knit.
From the press release: “This year’s Big Knit takes place from 6-29th November. Behatted smoothies can be found in shops across the land, and for every one we sell, 25p will go to Age UK. There’s lots more info at www.thebigknit.co.uk.”
Made In Chelsea star, Rosie Fortescue, and designer-jeweller Laura Graves, have teamed up to create this collection, which launches on 11 November.
I’m going say she DOESN’T look like a hot mess at the Billboard Awards in this amazing crochet jumpsuit.
I like it. #teenstarturnedgood
In #teenstarturned bad news: Justin Bieber, do not use the term ‘craft’. You do not deserve to.
According to Heat, she spent her 35th birthday sewing pinnies.
So it’s not crazy to suggest she might do a haberdashery line, right. KP Equestrian is a real thing, y’know.
“Donna Air, who has been linked to James Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger brother, always told Mandrake that she wasn’t ready for knitting and slippers,” says the Telegraph.
Oh Donna. Don’t you know you can shag the hell out of a Middleton and STILL dabble in a bit of knit one, purl one?
The craft ledge and rapper actually have loads in common. Doing jail time, baking special brownies …
I wanna be in their gang.
“I love knitting. Oops, maybe I shouldn’t have said that, it’s not good for my image,” femalefirst.co.uk reports.
Whatevs Wasik, whatevs.
John Paul Flintoff (yep, that guy who wrote Sew Your Own) has a book book out. It’s part of a School of Life series, and it’s about how to change the world.
I assume you want to change the world? Yes? Good.
More from the new craze on Etsy over on Jezebel.com