To knit a patch:
Cast on 2 stitches.
Knit 2, increase 1 (3 stitches on needle)
Knit 3, increase 1 (4 stitches on needle)
Knit 4, increase 1 (5 stitches on needle)
Repeat until your knitting measures approx. 10cm.
Knit 1 row.
Knit row until 2 stitches left, knit these stitches together.
Repeat until finished.
Ta-da! One pretty patch!
To crochet a patch:
Chain 6 stitches, slip stitch together to make a circle.
Double stitch 3 times inside the circle, chain 1, double stitch 3 times inside the circle, chain 1, ds x 3, ch1, ds x 3, ch 1, slip stitch together.
Repeat for the next round, going inbetween each space of the previous round.
Repeat until patch measures around 10cm x 10cm.
Bob's your uncle!
If you don't know how to knit or crochet, do not fret! Ask your Granny to give you a quick lesson, or look it up on YouTube for some easy step by step guides.
Once you've finished your patch(es) (feel free to make as many as you like!) send them to:
Post A Patch
2/163 St Georges Road
Looking forward to getting lots of lovely patches in the post!