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50 Yards of Fun: Knitting Toys from Scrap Yarn
     

50 Yards of Fun: Knitting Toys from Scrap Yarn

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by Rebecca Danger
 

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Rebecca Danger, best-selling author of Knit a Monster Nursery and The Big Book of Knitted Monsters, presents a delightful collection of over 30 irresistible toys--a terrific value. And each project uses only about 50 yards of yarn!

  • Stitch five basic body shapes, each shown in several variations, to create knitted animals, robots, monsters,

Overview

Rebecca Danger, best-selling author of Knit a Monster Nursery and The Big Book of Knitted Monsters, presents a delightful collection of over 30 irresistible toys--a terrific value. And each project uses only about 50 yards of yarn!

  • Stitch five basic body shapes, each shown in several variations, to create knitted animals, robots, monsters, and characters of every description
  • Knit small projects that make great use of yarn scraps and are wonderful for ornaments, gifts, mobiles, and baby toys
  • Find knitted toy patterns for all skill levels, any type and any weight of yarn, and any needle size

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781604683042
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
09/17/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
80
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Rebecca Danger of Bothell, Washington, is a knitting-pattern designer who believes knitting is a lifestyle, not just a hobby. She's got a great blog at www.rebeccadanger.typepad.com and a monster of a website at www.dangercrafts.com. She also feels quite proud that all of the knitting she did in high school and college has led to something more than just frowns and disgruntled looks from teachers.

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50 Yards of Fun: Knitting Toys from Scrap Yarn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SunshineNC More than 1 year ago
There are so many fun projects - the hard part is deciding which one to make first, second, third and on from there!