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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

H is for HOLIDAY KNITTING AND HALLOWEEN

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE.
Here are some patterns for Thanksgiving and Christmas too.  I wanted to repost these ideas.  As always click on the titles for free patterns

CHRISTMAS STOCKING 

Yes, it is April 9 and yes, that is a snowman on a Christmas stocking, but you can never start your knitting projects for the holidays too soon.  I have searched out some free patterns that you might like to start on pretty soon to be sure that you have them done in time.  (believe me, I know about unfinished projects!!!).  This Christmas stocking is done on two needles and has a seam, which makes it pretty easy, although I HAVE NOT MADE ANY OF THESE, but intend to make some of them.

For Halloween, I found free patterns for the adorable Witch Cat hat which is done in fair isle knitting so go back to "F" for a video demonstration of that style.  I also found a pumpkin which can start out on Halloween and move into Thanksgiving. 

WITCH CAT HAT

PUMPKIN

Finally, there is an adorable Tiny Turkey which is just the cutest decoration.  Remember to CLICK ON THE TITLES for the links to the FREE PATTERNS.

TINY TURKEY 



6 comments:

  1. What great holiday things! And I agree it's never to early to start.

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  2. I love all of the above projects! You're right, now is the time to start holiday crochet! I am crocheting the cutes place mats which have a pocket for utensils. I look forward to sharing them on a holiday Christmas blog :-).

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  3. I love the tiny turkey!!

    Cheers, Jenn
    http://www.wine-n-chat.com

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  4. Love that turkey! ;-)

    Inspired by the Christmas stocking - I know of one smal family member who might appreciate that!

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  5. I suppose now's the time to start making holiday gifts. Adorable!

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  6. Though I love knitting, I've never actually made anything seasonal . . . I love the look of these projects, though. :) Thanks for the links!


    The Golden Eagle
    The Eagle's Aerial Perspective

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