I love encouraging knitters to reach and try new techniques! I provide free support for all my patterns b/c I want your knitting experience to be pleasant . Enjoy my "BUY 2 GET 1 FREE" policy. Buy ...
I love encouraging knitters to reach and try new techniques! I provide free support for all my patterns b/c I want your knitting experience to be pleasant . Enjoy my "BUY 2 GET 1 FREE" policy. Buy any 2 patterns THEN, contact me at email@example.com to let me know which FREE pattern you want and I will personally email your FREE pattern to you right away. Let me know if you have any questions or need any help on a pattern. =)
THANKS TO ALL OF YOU for your support and encouragement. God bless and happy knitting always!
BUY 2, GET 1 FREE! AFTER YOU PURCHASE 2 PATTERNS, SEND ME AN EMAIL AT ViolaSueKnits@gmail.com AND LET ME KNOW WHICH FREE PATTERN YOU WANT. I WILL THEN PERSONALLY EMAIL YOUR FREE PATTERN TO YOU. = )
Simply adorable family of mice hand knit in wool, mohair, and angora. All mice can move their heads, arms, and feet. Their heads bobble adorably! Mice measure between 2" - 3" and fit in most doll houses.
This listing is for the Mouse Family PDF pattern which includes adult mice, little mice and tiny baby mouse patterns as well as afghan, scarves, shawl, and hat. And, there are many photos to help you along the way! Plus, I will provide free support for this pattern as I want your knitting experience to be a pleasant and successful one = ) If you would like me to knit this mouse family for you please convo me as I would be glad to do so!
Skills Needed: Advanced Beginner
Thanks SO much for stopping by and drop in again soon as I will be adding more fun patterns for you to knit and sew for the little ones in your life!!
This pattern is free to use for charity and gifts. However, please do not copy or sell my pattern, or products made from it, without my permission.
Because these mice are toys, gauge is not of great importance. Using larger needles with heavier weight yarn will produce a larger toy and, likewise, using smaller needles with lighter weight yarn will produce a smaller toy.