Four Patterns in this Pack
Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
These little knit and crochet dolls are the cutest things you've ever seen. Very fast projects to whip up in all that spare time using all those scraps of yarn hanging around the house.
Creative and fun!
- Double Knit Bears: These adorable bears are quick to work up - the perfect project for scraps of yarn. They are made with a special knitting technique called, Double Knitting. This is an ingenious technique where a tube is knit on a flat needle. Making your first tube might be a little challenging, but once you see what is going on, you will be hooked and will want to make tubes for everything!
Double Knitting is perfect for whipping up little yarn bears--and they are the cutest thing ever when done. I can probably knit a bear up in an hour or two. I love to give them as presents to little kids, or pass them out as gifts as I travel.
- Crochet Sheep & Llama: This pattern has variations for two little sheep sizes 4" and 3" tall. Very quick to make, and very fun. Llama is made much the same as the sheep and ends up about 7" tall. Quick and majorly cute.
- Angora Bunny & Pocket Bunny (Woven): A couple little weaving or sewing projects for Easter. I like to make Angora Bunny out of angora yarn woven on my little scarf loom. Cut out simple pieces, and sew into this attractive little toy.
- Poppy Sheep (Crochet): Do you have a sense of humor? Poopy Sheep is crocheted and filled with black jelly beans which "poop" out the back hole. This is a great gag gift, or project for craft shows - everyone will notice! Sheep is a hollow tube filled with black jelly beans. When you give it a squeeze, black pellets fall from the back side. You can get a million laughs with this one!
By downloading these four patterns you pay less than the price of three individually mailed! And you don't pay for shipping -- That adds up to big savings.
Yarn Suggestion: Varies with project.
As with all SpinCraft Knitting Patterns these items can be knit to any size, using almost any yarn. What you will do is measure yourself, measure the gauge that comes from your yarn, and then perform some easy calculations to get the figures needed to knit this piece. You are the designer!
And best of all ... You can download all these patterns instantly into your computer!