More Than 40 Itty-bitty Minis to Knit, Wear, and GiveBook - 2011
It’s an indisputable fact: Everything is cuter in miniature. And while it’s true that knitted toys are cute to begin with, they’re even more adorable when they’re tiny.
In Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi, designer Anna Hrachovec presents more than 40 patterns for her quirkiest and most endearing knitted Tinys — three-dimensional animals, objects, toys, and people. Tinys make cool gifts for any occasion, and are some of the fastest, easiest projects you’ll ever knit. They can be turned into pins, magnets, Christmas ornaments—anything that could use some scale-model silliness. So pick up your sock yarn and size 1 needles and get started—you’re certain to make even a grouch giggle like a schoolgirl!
Baker & Taylor
Collects dozens of whimsical patterns for miniature knitted characters that can be used as wearables, gifts and decorations and created in less than an hour each, in a guide for advanced-beginner to intermediate knitters that also shares guidelines for converting small patterns into a larger toys. Original.
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this book needs no summary! just read and see! it never hurts to check this book out. the book basically teaches you a few techneques on knitting. then it teaches you how to make those ADORABLE tinies, and also shows you cute pictures with cute captions to go with them. if you like knitting, i suggest you to try making these toys. once you make them, you can find many interesting and useful ways you can use them in the back of the book. i am buying a copy of the book right now.
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