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Cotton Ball Cuties


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These cotton ball size smiley faces, have a loop so you can thread on to babies and children's shoe laces! These look back at the child with a smile from their shoes! Make these up in many different colors, and for gifts! Use up scraps of sport weight yarns, knitting needles US # 2. These knit up fast, so you can make sets of 4 or 8 for gifts! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting skills GAUGE 7 sts = 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS About 1 Inch Diameter SUGGESTED YARN 4 yards of Sport weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Small amount of sport weight yarn in your color choice. 1 pr. (U.S.) # 2 needles. Cotton balls for stuffing.

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