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Gingerbread Man & Cookie Kids

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I just can't resist Gingerbread Man cookies and neither could my mom. It's just so sad when they are gone. So doing what mom's do, she knit up a gingerbread man, and of course he had to have friends. These little Cookie Kids are calorie free & will work up in a snap, just in time for the holidays. Delight a child with a cookie that won't spoil an appetite. Happy Knitting Jan Designed by Mary Martin - The Knitting Needle BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY These sweet little friends recommend that you know how to knit/purl, increase & decrease, that you know how to work in the round on doublepointed needles, and can work from a written pattern. GAUGE none SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finshed Felted Size - Approx. 12" Tall PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 220

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cascade 220 Peruvian Highland Wool or worsted weight wool equivalent (that will felt) 1 skein each 8010 Natural and 2414 Ginger or desired colors of choice. Small amounts of white and pink for finishing trim.
  • #10.5 straight and #10.5 dp (double pointed) knitting needles.
  • Four plastic markers, four stitch holders, tapestry needle. Four 1/2 inch white and four 1/2 inch red buttons with shank backing, two 15 mm black ball eyes, and 2 pink buttons with shank backing. Fiberfill, approx 18" pink & approx 36" green ribbon, approx 24 inches of wide and 48 inches of very narrow white rick rack

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The Knitting Needle
The Knitting Needle
My Pattern Store on Craftsy is all about my mom. She had a passion for knitting that spanned decades. Her designing was born of necessity, as she was widowed at 30 with two small boys and a newborn (me) to raise. It just seemed natural for her to take her passion and turn it into a career. She established her business "The Knitting Needle" in the early 70's and continued to design until she was 85. It was her dream that I assume her role as owner, and designer, of the business that she had such a passion for. Most of the patterns that you will find in my store are my moms designs. Patterns designed by me will also be inspired in her memory. Thank you, mom. Happy Knitting, Jan