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Wool-Girl and the Balls of Wool By Maureen A Bryan
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A cute and colourful picture e-book for young children. A book for adult/child enjoyment. Ideas for activities are knitting, making, painting and sailing a paper boat, making a kite and flying it. It... More > is good for building communication, useful for non-verbal children, helps develop verbal skills in delayed speakers. It encourages creativity, imagination and thinking.< Less
Lily Doll By Amanda Berry
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Lily Doll knitting pattern: Lily is a cute knitted doll ... she loves making friends, eating chips, and playing crazy golf! This e-book contains the knitting patterns for you to knit your own Lily... More > Doll, complete with her dress, shoes and pair of panties. The patterns include instructions and photos to help you. The pattern is written row by row so it is easier for beginners to follow, although you will need to be able to do the following stitches/techniques: knit, purl, casting on and off, sewing seams, increases, and decreases. All pieces are knitted flat on straight 4mm needles. You will need less than 50g each of cream, orange, green, white and pink wool, and some toy filling. The finished doll is approximately 42 high.< Less
Cavendish Cat By Amanda Berry
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Cavendish Cat knitting pattern: The patterns include instructions and lots of photos to help you. The yarn balls are knitted and embroidered to look like balls of wool, so they will not unravel with... More > play. All pieces are knitted flat on straight needles, apart from the basket handles which are i-cord pieces knitted on 2 double pointed needles (DPNs). The cat uses less than 100g of wool to make, and is knitted on 3mm needles. The finished cat is 14cm tall (sitting).< Less
9 Months of Knitting By Alexa Ludeman, Emily Wessel
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From striking lace and cables, to comforting knit and purl, 9 Months of Knitting has patterns for knitters of every level. Baby leg-warmers, a cute cardigan, two blankets and a hand-knitted... More > undersea garden: 9 Months is full of patterns with a refreshing blend of retro quirkiness and playful attitude. This first collection from Tin Can Knits includes nine patterns for babies, toddlers, and their parents, all knit in machine washable wools for ease of care. Cast on and enjoy the knits!< Less
The Spartan Twins (Illustrated) By Lucy Fitch Perkins
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“One lovely spring morning long years ago in Hellas, Lydia, wife of Melas the Spartan, sat upon a stool in the court of her house, with her wool-basket beside her, spinning. She was a tall,... More > strong-looking young woman with golden hair and blue eyes, and as she twirled her distaff and twisted the white wool between her fingers she sang a little song to herself that sounded like the humming of bees in a garden. The little court of the house where she sat was open to the sky, and the afternoon sun came pouring over the wall which surrounded it, and made a brilliant patch of light upon the earthen floor. The little stones which were embedded in the earth to form a sort of pavement glistened in the sun and seemed to play at hide and seek with the moving shadow of Lydia's distaff as she spun."< Less
Animal Children By Mother Hodges
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When God made the world He planted the flowers and the grass and the trees to make things beautiful to look upon. And when He made the animals we believe that he intended them to be the friends of... More > man. Isn't the dog the best playmate that a boy can have? And the soft, dainty, cunning bit of a fluffy ball of a kitten who comes rubbing its downy sides against the tiny girl's skirts begging for a return caress, is there a play-fellow more lovable? The horse who has been man's friend in times of trouble and of peace, bearing his burdens or scampering with him over the fields and roads in play; the cow who has sent her good milk to the babies of all time; the sheep and the goats who have given of their wool to keep us warm, we love them all dearly. In this volume we have tried to make friends and playmates of all of the animals. And we're sure you'll love them too!< Less
Animal Children By Mother Hodges
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When God made the world He planted the flowers and the grass and the trees to make things beautiful to look upon. And when He made the animals we believe that he intended them to be the friends of... More > man. Isn't the dog the best playmate that a boy can have? And the soft, dainty, cunning bit of a fluffy ball of a kitten who comes rubbing its downy sides against the tiny girl's skirts begging for a return caress, is there a play-fellow more lovable? The horse who has been man's friend in times of trouble and of peace, bearing his burdens or scampering with him over the fields and roads in play; the cow who has sent her good milk to the babies of all time; the sheep and the goats who have given of their wool to keep us warm, we love them all dearly. In this volume we have tried to make friends and playmates of all of the animals. And we're sure you'll love them too!< Less
Dinky Mice By Amanda Berry
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Dinky Mice knitting pattern: These cheeky dinky little mice have been busy playing hide and seek today, and for a treat are having some cheese for tea! You can make your own dinky mice with this... More > knitting pattern. The little mouse is small enough to pop in your pocket, a perfect size for little kids, and a super mascot for big kids! You could make your mice as toys, add to keyrings, or even hang from your Christmas tree. If you want to make your own little mouse, this is a great stash-busting knitting pattern, and is quick to knit. The mouse uses only about 10g of grey, and about 5g of light brown wool. The mouse is knitted flat on straight 4mm knitting needles, apart from the i-cord arms, legs and tail for which you need two double pointed needles. To make your mouse you will need to know how to knit, purl, cast on and off, and make increases and decreases, knit i-cord and sewing seams. The pattern also includes step by step construction details, and written so it is easier for beginners to follow.< Less