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The Archer's Poncho - Toddler version (a

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This is the toddler version of the Katniss-inspired Archer's Poncho: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-archers-ponch... First knit for my own little man, the toddler's Archer Poncho is just as sturdy as the adult version. It requires half the yarn and far less time and is so much fun to make. Finger knitting, needle knitting and crochet are all lovingly put into the toddler poncho. Created using double strands throughout the body, the Archer's Poncho can be worn as a sweater or as a second layer over your little one's lighter jackets. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit crochet finger knit herringbone seam cast-on bind-off SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits 2T - 4T SUGGESTED YARN 424 yards of Chunky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lionbrand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Yarn

Recommended with this pattern

  • One tapestry needle
  • One 9.0 mm (M/N) crochet needle
  • Two US17 needles

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12 Little Things
12 Little Things
Crafted With Gratitude Five years ago my husband had just returned home from a seven month tour of duty overseas. We were newlyweds and new home owners and had so much to be grateful for. Unable to contain my happiness, I embarked on a small Facebook experiment, documenting 12 little things a day that I loved… listening to classical music in the park, city gardens found in the unlikeliest of places, acts of selflessness where least expected… to name a few. Although a few friends complained bitterly about my free-flowing displays of happiness, most took joy in reading the day’s 12 little things; it helped them develop their own sense of gratitude as well. Although I had attempted knitting a couple of times in the past, it wasn’t until two years later when I was pregnant with my first son and on bed rest, that my love of this soothing craft flourished. Having a child to knit for set the stage for motivation and enjoyment. Fast forward to today and the importance of knitting and gratitude have become intertwined. As a person thriving with cancer, I am grateful every day that I wake up healthy and whole, while knitting is now an incredibly powerful means of healing and relaxation for me. I am so happy that I can now take this skill and use it not only to heal, but also as a means of supporting my beautiful family.