Wee Ones: Seamless Knit Toys »
InstructionsAmong the question/reply section of the course, I added many notes for left handed knitters.
Type of item: Toy
Style: Hipster, Casual, Cute, Whimsical
What was your inspiration?
The unique way Susan creates her seamless toys that can easily be done by a beginner. It is also inspiring that I would learn to make more than one toy. I do a lot of charity and volunteer work knitting and crocheting; this is a nice quick project that I can do that would be different from hats, mittens and gloves.
What are you most proud of?
Completing this toys was a big accomplishment for me. I challenge myself to do it. I was a little intimidated but I pushed through the fear, stepped up (being left handed was also a challenge. Creating while challenging is very calming for me.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Don't be afraid. It is not as hard as it looks. I am a visual learner and doing this was a wonderful thing. I learned more than expected. I learned a lot of tricks and techniques that I can apply to other knitting projects as well.
You will not find any place how to knit seamless toys like these "and" a cute little top down sweater for them to wear too! The course was worth the investment. The best thing, you can always come back to do it again, check the video notes and even get advice from your fellow students.
It's a great to learn...go for it!