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    Talking Knit Mini Christmas Stockings Pattern

    These are adorable. I wish I were more advanced with my skills so I could make a set. I'd love to do them in blues & white.

    http://littlecottonrabbits.typepad.c...tockings6.html
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    These are adorable but I don't knit that good!
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    I love them. I wish I could knit that good. My knitting skills are limited to hats and scarves.

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    Really cute patterns. I recently gave away all my dbl pointed needles cuz I was sure I would never use them again!!
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    Thanks for sharing this pattern! I've printed it off.

    I thought these were on double-pointed needles at first too. They aren't. They're knit on 2 needles so the stocking is flat and then sewn up the back when it is finished.

    I encourage those of you that think you are not capable to try this - it is a lot easier than it looks!

    Also, for those of you that would like to try socks and hate double-pointed needles (like me) try using 2 circulars instead - so easy and you don't have to worry about dropping stitches! There are some instructions online but I caved and bought a book for about $12 that showed me how to do it.

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    Cute!!
    I'd like to do a bunch of these to attach on Christmas gifts this year. I have these ones in my Ravelry queue too:
    http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts..._ornaments.php

    [ame="http://www.flickr.com/photos/discosmurf/2110178638/in/set-72157603372057731/"]My ornament saying good bye to his friends on Flickr - Photo Sharing![/ame]

    [ame="http://www.flickr.com/photos/discosmurf/2110178638/in/set-72157603372057731/"]My ornament saying good bye to his friends on Flickr - Photo Sharing![/ame]

    http://everwhelming.blogspot.com/200...h-pattern.html

    http://www.knitlist.com/01gift/snowman-ornament.htm

    http://www.craftsanity.com/project/files/project46.html

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    Here's the pattern I use to make little Christmas stockings . .. so easy, even a lefty that knits right handed can do it. . . so ALL of you should be able to do it.

    http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/Images/..._Stockings.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine View Post
    Here's the pattern I use to make little Christmas stockings . .. so easy, even a lefty that knits right handed can do it. . . so ALL of you should be able to do it.

    http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/Images/..._Stockings.pdf
    I'm sure glad you said this was easy! I've had this pattern for a while and have been too chicken to try it yet! Now I won't be such a scaredy cat!

    Thanks!

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