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pam said:
Thank you! It was really easy- the pattern is @ http://fuzzymiten.com. There are SO many really cute critters to knit at this site. Just click on toys and be prepared to drool!
Had a little technical difficulty there. I think you meant http://fuzzymitten.com/ . They really are cute! I love the squirrel! And the pug! Thanks for the link.
 

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TammyK said:
pam said:
Thank you! It was really easy- the pattern is @ http://fuzzymiten.com. There are SO many really cute critters to knit at this site. Just click on toys and be prepared to drool!
Had a little technical difficulty there. I think you meant http://fuzzymitten.com/ . They really are cute! I love the squirrel! And the pug! Thanks for the link.
OMG, thank you! I need a proof reader!
 

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pam, I got the lamb pattern and boy is my granddaughter going to love it!!! I can't thank you enough for sharing. I will probably won't do as good a job and will not have those colors but she will get one anyway thanks to you. THANKS again!!!
 

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Oh, I love your choice of fuzzy yarn. I made this same lamb but not from fuzzy yarn so I ended up making a hooded sweater with loop stitch to give it some wool.
I've made other patterns by this designer. Love 'em.
OMG, your fuzzy lamb is SO cute! I'm with you, I love her critter patterns. My daughter's love is her pet rats, so I took her little Christmas mouse pattern and made a really cute rat! I wish I would have taken a pic before I let it go.
 

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pam, I got the lamb pattern and boy is my granddaughter going to love it!!! I can't thank you enough for sharing. I will probably won't do as good a job and will not have those colors but she will get one anyway thanks to you. THANKS again!!!
You are very welcome. I love sharing and seeing other's things! I don't think you can go wrong with the colors- please share when you're done!
 

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The small loops were made by wrapping the loop around my thumb as you're supposed to in a regular loop stitch but then I tightened the yarn a bit and let the yarn slip off and under my thumb. This made the loop smaller but because it was under my thumb I could hold it there under tension while I finished the stitch. I also kept my thumb up close to the needles so the yarn didn't have to travel far and that helped keep the loop small.
I don't mean to make it sound complicated, it isn't. You get into a kind of rhythm when doing it and that little extra pull and pinch of the yarn just becomes part of the loop stitch.
 
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