This little snowman is a quick and easy winter project done on the Addi Pro Knitting Machine!
These balls can be used as children’s toys or made into knitted stuffed animals. The small ones make great dryer balls!
Your doll can keep up with all of the cold-weather trends! These cozy sweater boots can be worn folded up or down for two completely different styles. The boots button up the side of the doll’s leg. These boots would also make a great, inexpensive gift!
Happy Yarning! 🙂
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I learned to crochet at 7 years old with this book. It is one of the clearest learn-to-crochet books I have ever seen.
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Happy Yarning! 🙂
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These boots are great for little ones because there are no snaps or buttons. Easy to put on and take off, but the boots do not fall off the doll’s feet. Adorable and inexpensive gift!
I have been designing patterns for three years now. In the beginning stages of learning to write and design patterns, I chose to make doll patterns. This pattern was inspired by the popularity of chevrons. Continue reading