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Leprechaun Jar Topper


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A nice surprise to find this on your kitchen table in the morning! You will need a small pint jar, such as a canning jar. Some jam and jelly jars work well too. Knit the leprechaun hat, and then knit his face, beard, and the accents. This is a cute gift idea for your Irish friends! Fill jar with candies, soaps, and treats! GAUGE 5 Stitches And 7 Rows = 1 Inch SUGGESTED YARN 60 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Green, White, Pink, with some Red and Black for accent.

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  • Worsted Weight Yarn 1 Ounce Green, 1/2 Ounce White Small Amount Pink, Black, Red, Gold 1 Pair Knitting Needles, # 8 1 Small Crochet Hook, Any Size (Used To Pull Yarn Hair Through Stitches)

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