Happy Labor Day weekend, Crafters!
Monday is the start of September which means Halloween decorations will already be moving into stores (if they haven’t already). That means it’s time to start thinking about our Halloween costumes. Luckily we have got you and your little one covered! Today’s FREE PATTERN is the wise owl knit from Monster Knits for Little Monsters. In Monster Knits for Little Monsters, Nuriya Khega provides step-by-step instructions for knitting adorable costumes ranging from a fluffy bunny to an alien elf (yup, you read that correctly). So don’t delay and get started on your first today. This pattern consists of a knit owl hat and a tree scarf to keep your little monster warm on those cool nights.
Monster Knits for Little Monsters is an adorable collection of animal-themed hat and mitten sets for babies and toddlers from ages six months to three years, that kids will love and adults can’t help but fawn over. These cute coverall hats keep your child’s head, ears, and neck warm and toasty, and have a practical pullover design so that they can’t tug it off easily. Also included are knitting patterns for matching mitten “paws,” socks, and scarves. Featuring bears, owls, frogs, foxes, sharks, robots, dinosaurs, bunnies, and even Shrek-like ears, there are loads of delightful ways to dress up your child in charming creations that are quick and easy to knit. The book is organized by the different kinds of creatures like Cuddly Critters, Feathered Friends, Huggable Horrors, Adorable Aliens, and Festive Friends, inspiring you to make hats for your children to dress up in all-year round. Each project contains step-by-step instructions, plus information for finishing touches to make your projects stand out. A knitting refresher course is given in the back of the book for complete beginners, covering tools, yarns, and all the techniques and stitches you’ll need to create the projects. And a Create Your Own Design section will inspire knitters to let their imagination run wild to create personalized accessories that their little monsters are sure to love and cherish.
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