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Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi: More Than 40 Itty-Bitty Minis to Knit, Wear, and Give Paperback – August 16, 2011
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"Go Big Knits" from the editors of Marie Claire Idees
Knit designs from the editors of Marie Claire Idées to ensure that women of all body shapes and types will look—and feel—fantastic. Learn more
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The book calls for fingering weight yarn and also lets you know you can knit them at other gauges. I knitted most of my projects at worsted weight - so adorable!
So far I've knitted the mermaid (love the seashell bikini top), the fish with bubbles, and some cupcakes.
Thanks for all the clever knitting ideas!
We even put a little bird on the Christmas tree.
I have been knitting and giving away these tiny knits, and they are always a hit! They are even great to give to fellow knitters because not everyone loves knitting tiny things, but everyone loves to receive them.
The directions are amazingly clear, which is great for a beginner like me that constantly needs reassurance that what I'm doing is correct. I love that she has really clear pictures. However, I did have to check YouTube for some double pointed knitting tutorials, since I'm used to only knitting with two needles.
For absolute beginners, she has a "knitting essentials" section at the back of the book. Even though I'm somewhat familiar with knitting, I still found it very helpful.
I started with the chicken, the first project. It took an entire afternoon and I messed up a lot, but it was worth it. The body shape of the chicken is very forgiving. At the end of the day, I had a cute chicken keychain.
This book is perfect for people who have short attention spans (like me). The fact that you can have a finished project in your hands in a matter of hours is very cool. (My project-attention-span lasts only three days.)
OVERALL, highly recommended. Five stars for the crystal-clear directions, pictures, and five stars for the cute projects.
As another reviewer said, most of the legs/arms/tails are i-cords threaded through the body of the project. Since the stitches are so tiny, it's extremely difficult to get the i-cord through without fear of ripping the stitch or messing it up. I took one star off for this...I think it could be done in an easier way.
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Cute book for the crafter in your life!
Purchased this for my 9 year old daughter, who loves to create and make home made gifts!
Anna puts lots of though and energy into her books the patterns are easy to follow and the extension to detail is spot on.Published 6 months ago by Julie
My daughter loves the book and designs. Note that there are some special knitting needles required, but nothing out of the ordinary. A.C. Moore carries them.Published 6 months ago by Yoshizawa