11 HD Video Lessons
Susan is curator of the Spud & Chloe blog and author of Itty-Bitty Toys and Spud & Chloe at the Farm. She taught herself to knit at 19 and eventually gave up a career as a school teacher to pursue knitting full time. View profile »
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with Susan B. Anderson
Knit along with Susan B. Anderson as she shows you how to use double-pointed needles to shape three different heads, a baby elephant, an adorable bunny and a winsome hippo. Then pick up stitches to create the rest of the toy, using the same body for all three Wee Ones. Add arms and legs, perky ears and tails and an embroidered face and your Wee Ones are ready to give - or keep for yourself!
Along the way, you'll learn to use double-pointed needles, master the wrap and turn technique to make short rows, create afterthought features, work top down and finish with the Kitchener stitch - all great skills for future projects!
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|5||Bunny and Hippo Heads||57:30|
|10||Tails and Faces||37:10|
|11||Bonus: Wee Ones Stripey Top||58:58|