Knitted Wild Animals: 15 Adorable, Easy-To-Knit ToysPaperback
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- Publisher: Random House Inc
- Format: Paperback | 127 pages
- Dimensions: 206mm x 229mm x 13mm | 431g
- Publication date: 12 October 2010
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 082303318X
- ISBN 13: 9780823033188
- Illustrations note: colour illustrations
- Sales rank: 55,211
Soft, cuddly, and totally wild! Stuffed toys are great projects for beginners, but when you've grown bored with dolls and bears what do you knit next? How about a tiger, a warthog, or a moose? KNITTED WILD ANIMALS has a menagerie of soft, squeezable wild animal designs to inspire your knitting wild side. All of the toys feature an irresistibly pear-shaped body, realistic colors, and lots of fun details--a soft, curly mane for the lion, trunk wrinkles for the elephant, and a banana snack for the monkey. With a primer on knitting basics to chapters on embroidering and stuffing your super cute safari softie, even a beginner can knit these cushy, cuddly creatures!
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SARAH KEEN is an experienced knitter and an up-and-coming designer.
"Those who don't have pets might want to try knitting their own. "Knitted Wild Animals," Sarah Keen's imaginative and charming knitting guide, shows how to create a menagerie of irresistable, cuddly creatures--lion, koala, giraffe, zebra, wart hog. This is something for those who have not only January hours to spare, but a demonstrated nimbleness of fingers." --"New York Times"