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greatforesttrees: The Velocipede Special spatterdashes, in progress (by Chronographia von Strangehours)

This is TOO cute. Would 't I love the pattern for this and all the other ones - the fox, pig, and elephant ,..

I need this bag. Do the fonts come in multiple colors? (To match my rage level)

wow!!!!!!!!!! I didn't know they made knitting needles or yarn this big! I must find some! Oh to be curled up in the couch under a baby alpaca knit throw drinking tea & knitting baby socks!

  • Madeleine Davis

    Needles like these are often called "broom stick" needles. Great for super bulky yarn, or making rugs .... try making a rug out of clothes line! Great for back door mat.

  • Angie Wood

    I love this idea. Bought the Big Knits book the other day but haven't started a project yet. Clothes line sounds a brilliant idea!

  • MyCraftWork, LLC

    Big "LIKE"! :-)

Knit from the bottom up. No spine! Free patter.

Knitting requires TWO needles, Mom.. But I'll try to knit with just one til I get home ;) You tried :)

photographer's comment: Yes they are just normal pins. The needles I use to knit miniatures are no thicker than these, just much longer.

  • Pattie Winburn

    I love this!! I do cross stitch embroidery in miniature scale - rugs and pictures, don't think I am coordinated enough to knit, though.

  • Sandy Beach

    @Pattie Winburn I thought it was a cute pin. I am not a very handy person. I am impressed you can do miniature needlework. I think i would be very clumsy and frustrated doing something this small.

  • Pattie Winburn

    try it, you might be surprised !! get longer needles, though!

I really ought to make one of these, it would be a quick little project, and since my guy and I have identical thermoses, it would be a great way to identitfy mine when we've got both of urs sitting side b side in te car.