Monday, February 01, 2016

35 Knitted Animals and other creatures by Donna Wilson Review

Meet Donna Wilson’s Knitted Animals—a quirky yet lovable family of 35 of the strangest creatures you’ll ever come across.

There’s Rill Raccoon-Fox, who is fond of toasting caterpillars and worms over the campfire, son of the great raconteur Cyril Squirrel and the delightful Rita Raccoon. Meet Beryl the Bold, a lover of chocolate-chip ice cream and evening walks, and Bunny Blue, who enjoys nothing more than a picnic and a glass of raspberry juice.

Olive Owl is small with a loud voice; she likes to have a tidy home and makes a mean apple pie. Charlie Monkey, who lives on banana milkshakes, always stands out in a crowd, while Ginge the Cat and Mitten Kitten form a formidable feline duo. Use the easy-to-follow knitting patterns to recreate your own collection of knitted animals and other creatures, each with their own unique personality and idiosyncrasies.

I received a complimentary copy.

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Cassandra's Review- Some of the creatures are just creepy.  I am not sure how many people are going to take the time to knit them.  The book is very easy to understand and the projects are fully detailed.

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