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Re: Knitting Christmas Toys
Posted by: knittingmom (IP Logged)
Date: November 06, 2008 11:01AM

Can't recall that I've knit any of this designers' patterns, but did knit a small dinosaur for my grand daughter from an ?? pattern and found it fun to do. And, she seems to enjoy grabbing it by the tail and flinging it about, so I'd say it is a successful gift. Have knit some toys in the past and while it takes considerable time to put the sometimes tiny pieces together, as with all projects, it can be both fun and rewarding. Go for it KT and keep us appraised as to the results!!

Know you'll have Happy Knitting!!! Marian

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