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Whimsical Forest. Hand Knit Legwarmers Pattern for Kids

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These  cute  hand knitted leg warmers just may be the  PERFECT  leg
warmers!!They have everything: comfort, style, unique little details…
and they are available in two designs!

Whimsical Forest1 Whimsical Forest4

They fit most from  12M to age 10,  so they grow  with your little one!

Whimsical Forest Owl Legwarmers2 Whimsical Forest Peek-a-boo Legwarmers

Skill level: intermediate

Yarn: Cascade Yarns Fixation (98.3% Cotton, 1.7% Elastic/50 g (1.75
oz)/100 yds).

* This pattern involves both knit and crochet skills.

7 pages, 7 pictures, 3 diagrams.

WF Legwarmers Pages

This pattern has been edited by professional Tech Editor and tested by
me. However, please contact me if you have ANY questions. I will happily
provide email support for any of my patterns.

Copyright: All rights reserved. Please be respectful to the designers right
of this pattern. No portion of this work may be photocopied or reproduced
by any means without written authorization from My Little Citygirl. The
purchaser of this pattern is granted permission to sell the finished product
for profit on a limited basis. © Copyright 2010 My Little Citygirl.
http://mylittlecitygirl.com

This pattern is available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda and Artfire.

etsy copy daWanda raverly copy af_logo_small

MANY  Thanks to AKELstudio and Francoise studio for such Amazing and
Fun collaboration! What a PLEASURE to deal with!

3 Responses to Whimsical Forest. Hand Knit Legwarmers Pattern for Kids

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    Sarah Jones says:

    I really need to continue to teach me how to knit. I absolutely love these sets and would love to make Oakley this! With autumn coming up and the leaves changing, they would make for perfect pictures to send out for Thanksgiving! I love these!!!

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    Sarah, don’t forget http://www.knittinghelp.com

    That is how I learned, and now it is really easy. Watch the videos for Casting On, Knit Stitch (Continental Version) and Purl Stitch (Continental Version). The Continental Version is very similar to crocheting in the way that you turn your wrist for stitches, and I know you will get it quickly. ;)

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