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Knitted Wild Animals A Collection of Adorable Animals to Create from Scratch

By: Sarah Keen(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Knitted Wild Animals
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Knitted Wild Animals offers clearly presented, easy-to-follow knitting patterns for 15 fun and colorful wild animals. A comprehensive, illustrated techniques section will guide less experienced knitters. Projects have an adorable and humorous quality, which will amuse both adults and children alike. Delight children and adults alike with a fabulous range of cuddly knitted wild animals. Inside this fun, colorful book there are 15 wild creatures to choose from, each with a very distinct personality, including: Elephant, Giraffe, Zebra, Lion, Giant Panda, Monkey, Koala, Penguin and many more. A colorful gallery showcases the animals, featuring both front and back views. The clearly presented knitting patterns are easy-to-follow and an illustrated techniques section makes these accessible to all level of ability.

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Sarah Keen is a dedicated, experienced knitter. She lives in Aberystwyth, Wales.

By: Sarah Keen(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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