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Children's Sheep Purse


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This is so cute, even teens and moms will want one! Finished size is about 7" by 6". A cute Easter purse! This works up easy with textured yarn in worsted weight. Also uses knitting needles US #8. This is quite easy, and most folks can knit one in an afternoon! The children love putting small toys, crayons and small tablets in this to carry to Grandma's house. You can buy the "googly" eyes to sew on or embroider on eyes as we did. Either way, it is so fun to knit and everyone will love it! Make one as a fun gift for your knitting friend for her to store her grocery coupons in! GAUGE 4.5 stitches = 1 inch PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Testured Yarn COLORWAY White or Cream and Black

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