The simple knitting & purling techniques used here give
straight & then
Little Bo Peep Scarf!
Perfect to wear when you are tending your sheep.
This scarf is perfect for a beginner who is looking for something that wont cause them too much trouble, but will still give a little challenge. The scarf is started diagonally to give nice angled points to the ties, then uses clever decreases & increases to make a bow-tie shape.
Are you tired of trying to grow antlers with no luck?
Then this little hat is for you! It is perfect to wear when hanging out with your animal friends in the woods. You will blend in like a charm!
These fairy castles roll open to reveal a secret surprise inside. Your double pointed needles, crochet hooks, and tapestry needles! This is a great way to keep your tools safe and organized.
The mossy roofs are attached with elastic cord. They stretch up and snap back into place with a pop. The castles are closed with super strong magnets. These castles are felted. In order to achieve this effect you MUST use 100% wool!
What bedroom is complete without a pair of bunny slippers peeking out from under the bed?
These are SO quick & easy!
NO double points
NO heel turning
NO toe starting
NO knitting in the round
NO picking up stitches and
NO bottom seam!
This knitting pattern includes instructions for 2 different sized foxes! Mini-fox collar & Mr. fox stole.
This scarf is knit up quick, and flat; the only in-the-round knitting needed is for the ears, and i-cords for the legs. Mr. Fox is sure to keep your warm, and steal your heart.
Made of little stuffed honeycomb shaped puffy pockets called "hexipuffs" You use leftover scrap sock wool; pictured in Koigu KPPPM, 1 skein of Koigu KPPPM makes about 12 puffs
. This project is most rewarding if you knit it “on the go.” It’s so portable!
This is a cozy hoodlet made for picking berries in the woods & stopping to chat with deer along the way!
This is perfect during the “in-between” weather!