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Photos of Knitted Projects

Here you will find photos from our students and readers just like you that knitted some amazing projects.

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Local alpaca once brushed, cleaned, and the fibers are spun are knitted into a beautiful scarf.

Here's the alpaca, that once brushed, the fibers were cleaned, spun, and knitted into this beautiful scarf.

A beautiful scarf knitted from alpaca fibers.


Brown and white strip hat and matching fingerless gloves made from Alpaca fibers.

Here's more projects that were knitted from local Alpacas and llamas; a brown and white hat and matching fingerless gloves. What a wonderful gift to receive.


Sarah knitted fingerless mittens!

Sarah knitted these awesome fingerless mittens! As you can see in the photo, you can wear them either way.


Here is an easy way to get rid of small bits of yarn, knit a patch-work scarf from left over yarn!

Not sure what to do with all that left over yarn in your stash? How about this project, a patchwork knitted scarf.


A hand-crocheted perfect little black dress and matching hat and bag for a doll.

Vivian Zadok all the way from Abuja, Nigeria send us this adorable perfect little black dress that she designed and calls it the "Domain of the Heart." She added a beige ribbon and matching hat and purse!


Knitted handmade hat.

Emily from New York knitted this hat! I love the way the stitch swirls!


Lyn knits a scarf using cotton candy yarn.

Lyn knitted this nice warm scarf from "cotton candy" yarn.  It's very fuzzy and soft. She used big needles and just a plain knit stitch. Great job Lyn.


A knitted heart pin, perfect for Valentine's day.

This cute little Heart Valentine pin was knitted in no time at all, and makes a great gift, and a great seller at craft fairs. Here are the directions for it.


a cute knitted hat.

Here is another hat Emily from New York knitted.  I just love it!  I love the style, color, and the button on the side.  Great job Emily.


Precious little knitted preemie hats...

These absolutely precious little preemie hats were knitted by Sarah for a cause called "Knit One, Save One." By keeping a baby warm, your cap can save a life.

The Knit One, Save One campaign brings knitters and crocheters of all ages together to draw attention in Washington, D.C. to the nearly 4 million newborn deaths that occur each year in developing countries. 






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