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My First Animal Knitting Book: 30 Fantastic Knits for Children Aged 7+
Paperback - English

Children will discover the fun of animal knitting with these 30 adorable step-by-step projects.

Young budding knitters will love the wide range of animal projects in this fabulous My First book, and it will help them improve their basic knitting skills as well as learn some new techniques. Items such as scarves, hats, and egg cozies are made all the more appealing by the animal theme and are makes that children can use themselves or give as gifts. The comprehensive skills section teaches the children about yarns, needles, stitches, and a wide range of knitting techniques. All the projects are clearly broken down into illustrated steps that are easy to follow, with differing skill levels so that children can start with the easier projects and progress. The 30 creative projects include a Marmalade Kitten Scarf, Koala Scarf, Zebra Cowl, Panda Mug Hug, Rabbit Egg Cozy and Fluffy Bunny Pillow.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
EAN
9781782497073
Publisher
Publication Date
12/02/2019
Pages
128
Dimension
27.94cm x 20.83cm x 1.52cm
Age Group
8 to 11
Grades
3rd Grade to 6th Grade
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Goble, Fiona
Fiona Goble is a craft lover, maker, and writer who adores sewing and making things. She blogs about sewing, knitting, refashioning salvaged clothes, and making home accessories at http: //ecostitcher.wordpress.com.




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