Knitted Animals Book

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product code: 80038

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Here is an irresistible collection of animals to knit in soft, natural materials: ducklings, teddy bears, lambs, piglets, hedgehogs, a handsome rooster, and many more. Most of the projects can be quickly and cheaply knitted with small oddments of wool, and many can be completed in an hour or two – ideal for knitters looking for ways to reduce their yarn stash.

Step-by-step instructions for making over 20 delightful, soft knitted animals  Illustrated with beautiful colour photography throughout.  A good range of projects suitable for older children with basic knitting skills. The finished designs make enchanting children’s toys and gifts, decorations for the school nature or season table, and items for fairs and raffles.

Anne-Dorthe Grigaff is a teacher at a Steiner Waldorf school in Denmark. She has a passionate interest in handicraft.

suitable for ages 8-14 years
size: 20 x 21 cm
pages: 64, paperback

Product Description

Here is an irresistible collection of animals to knit in soft, natural materials: ducklings, teddy bears, lambs, piglets, hedgehogs, a handsome rooster, and many more. Most of the projects can be quickly and cheaply knitted with small oddments of wool, and many can be completed in an hour or two “ ideal for knitters looking for ways to reduce their yarn stash.  Step-by-step instructions for making over 20 delightful, soft knitted animals.  Illustrated with beautiful colour photography throughout.  A good range of projects suitable for older children with basic knitting skills.  The finished designs make enchanting children’s toys and gifts, decoration for the school nature or    season table, and items for fairs and raffles.Anne-Dorthe Grigaff is a teacher at a Steiner Waldorf school in Denmark. She has a passionate interest in handicraft.

Additional Information

Weight 750 g
size

64 pages

Age

8 +

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