6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook

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6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Pattern

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6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Eye balls
6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Car Ear Clips
6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Trick or Treat Bucket
6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Bouncy Ghost
6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Spooky Wristband
6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Knits eBook Spider headband

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

6 Frightfully Fun Halloween Projects, is a collection of knitted pieces guaranteed to put the finishing touches to your Halloween celebrations!

Spider Headband: I-cord spider legs and Swiss darned eyes give this headband its charm. The pattern is written for ages 3-9months (9 months - 6 years).

Spook Wristbands: To fit teen - adult wrists.

Black Cat Ear Clips: worked flat

Bouncy Ghost Toy: Add catnip to delight your kitty!

Trick or Treat Bowl: make great party bags

Eyeballs: the possibilities are endless

Gauge:

22sts x 28rows = 10cm x 10cm using 4mm needles

Suggested yarn:

250 meters of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Stylecraft Special DK

Colorway:

black, orange, green, white, purple

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I consider myself a very lucky person, I do what I love for a living, I have a gorgeous supportive husband and three beautiful children (yes boys, I called you beautiful, get over it)

I am a freelance Knitwear Designer with a passion for knitting, crochet and most things needlecraft related. I spend my days and nights designing and making often slightly quirky projects for craft magazines. My ...

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