Knit a Monster Nursery: Practical and Playful Knitted Baby Patterns

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From the creative mind behind The Big Book of Knitted Monsters comes an adorable collection of 16 knitted toys, clothing articles, accessories, and nursery decorations that you'll love to knit for Baby.

  • Stitch a whole roomful of practical items--including an irresistible monster mobile, baby blankets, blocks, bookends, rattles, hats, and ...
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Overview

From the creative mind behind The Big Book of Knitted Monsters comes an adorable collection of 16 knitted toys, clothing articles, accessories, and nursery decorations that you'll love to knit for Baby.

  • Stitch a whole roomful of practical items--including an irresistible monster mobile, baby blankets, blocks, bookends, rattles, hats, and more
  • Find beginner-friendly patterns that make the most of your precious knitting time
  • Create useable items in all sorts of colors, shapes, and sizes for both boys and girls

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604681499
  • Publisher: Martingale & Company
  • Publication date: 11/12/2012
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 589,119
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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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Table of Contents

Introduction 5

Monster-Knitting Guidelines and Techniques 6

Monster-Making University 15

Knitting for Little Monsters 20

Making Your Own Monster Nursery 21

Monster Pocket Sweater 26

Monster Booties 30

Monster-Face Hat 33

Pointy Monster Hat 36

Snuggly Monster Blankie Friend 40

Cuddly Monster Blankie 44

Pocket Blankie with Monster Friend 48

Monster Mobile 54

Monster Swings 64

Monster Bookends 77

Monster Pillows 82

Monster Tissue and Wipes Box Covers 86

Monster Chair 90

Stack O' Monsters 93

Monster Blocks 100

Monster Rattles 104

Abbreviations/Glossary 108

Where to Get the Goods 110

Standard Yam-Weight System 111

Acknowledgments 112

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  • Posted April 6, 2013

    Another great book from Rebecca Danger!

    I've knitted several of Rebecca's monsters from her other book and stand-alone patterns. She's a great designer with great instructions!! This book takes the monsters to another level with blankets, hats, book ends, a mobile, etc! Lots of adorable things for babies!! I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who loves to knit different things for the baby/ies in your life or love to knit monsters!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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