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Old 03-10-2009, 11:36 AM   #1
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I love these !!! They are fun to knit.First time with knitting with thread.They are from the book Angels a knitters dozen. You are suppose to put things in their hands like knitting needles and yarn,or what ever you want.I'm giving these to nonknitters so nothing in the hands. I'm gonna check out the craft stores though for things to add to them
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Old 03-10-2009, 11:45 AM   #2
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so pretty!!


Yours turned out so well makes me jealous. Mine didn't turn out when I starched them
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They are very pretty.
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Those look great! It seems like they would make good Christmas Tree toppers
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I think these are stunning ! I love them . They look elegant
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My goodness! Must have been knit with little needles, too. So cute!
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Forgot to say they are only 3 1/2 inches high, so don't think they would be good for Xmas tree Yes Jan they are knit on size 1 needle,I'm starting to go blind using these small needles
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That's a perfect size for an ornament, but not a tree top angel.
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They are very pretty. I don't know that I'd ever be brave enough to try knitting with something that small. You did a beautiful job!
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Ooooh! Those are beautiful!!
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