Sep 1st, 2008
Halloween is around the corner, so start knitting up some pumpkins with a pattern than works with any yarn, gauge, and needles you like.
After that, it’s time for Thanksgiving. And really, what is Thanksgiving without turkey finger puppets?
If you’re trimming a tree, don’t forget your own handknit-and-felted Flying Spaghetti Monster ornament. And if you’re not a tree decorator, well, I’m sure this little fellow can fit in just about anywhere.
Here’s another tree-trimming idea: knit mini-mittens. I bet they would look cute hanging from an I-cord across the top of a window, too.
The Jingles Bells hat comes in sizes to fit infants through adults, so you can
torture delight everyone you know with the gift of festive headgear.
If you’re feeling particularly sadistic, whip up a knitted baby Santa suit and stuff a defenseless infant in it before he or she is told enough to resist.
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