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~ How to knit Hedgehog Mittens…no real pattern that i can find…find a pattern for knitting on 2 needles and use this pictorial to make prickles???? then switch to 4 needles to do head???? or keep searching for a real pattern! lol

pattern for tiny (knitted) animals sweet!

Wee Woodland Wuzzies pattern by Barbara Prime

Someone should make me these, I would go around making dinosaur noises. You're welcome.

Someone should make me these, I would go around making dinosaur noises. You're welcome.

I just love that little thing... I'd love one for all my many cups! :)

I just love that little thing... I'd love one for all my many cups! :)

Море идей - рукоделие, декор дома, поделки и hand made.

Море идей - рукоделие, декор дома, поделки и hand made.

How to crochet horizontal and vertical stripes on knitting Tutorial on The Purl Bee at http://www.purlbee.com/the-purl-bee/2012/8/12/whits-knits-lines-squares-baby-blanket.html

How to crochet horizontal and vertical stripes on knitting Tutorial on The Purl Bee at http://www.purlbee.com/the-purl-bee/2012/8/12/whits-knits-lines-squares-baby-blanket.html

Ravelry: French Press Felted Slippers pattern by Melynda Bernardi

French Press Felted Slippers pattern by Melynda Bernardi

Antler toque, will knit my own version of this for baby or kid gifts!

*deer with little antlers*

Antler toque, will knit my own version of this for baby or kid gifts!

Bee Stitch = The Bee Stitch is a multiple of 2 stitches plus 1 over 4 rows. It is made by “knitting 1 below (K1b)” and you need to have an odd number of stitches. Row 1: Knit Row 2: (Right Side): *(K1, K1b); Repeat from * across to last stitch K1. Row 3: Knit Row 4: *(K1b, K1); repeat from * across to last stitch, K1b.

Bee Stitch = The Bee Stitch is a multiple of 2 stitches plus 1 over 4 rows. It is made by “knitting 1 below (K1b)” and you need to have an odd number of stitches. Row 1: Knit Row 2: (Right Side): *(K1, K1b); Repeat from * across to last stitch K1. Row 3: Knit Row 4: *(K1b, K1); repeat from * across to last stitch, K1b.