Join Jess Hutch for her “Knit a Toy” workshop at the Maker Faire and learn how you can make your own version of George shown here. Jess will be teaching her workshop on Saturday, April 22 from 12:30 – 1:30pm and will also be around at our Craft Corner later on that afternoon to meet and greet. More info on George is here on Jess’ blog. Thank you Jess for making an exclusive pattern for us crafters at the Maker Faire!
Here’s the supplies you’ll need to make this:
– size 7 circular needles
– 1 skein each of Lamb’s Pride Worsted Yarn (or similar weight) in 3 colors of your choosing. Jess used these colors: Seafoam (light blue-green), Blue Blood Red (red), and Pine Tree (dark blue-green)
– Polyster fiberfill for stuffing the toy (when you’ve finished knitting)
If you don’t have time to get supplies now, you will also be able to get yarn for this workshop at the Maker Faire from our wonderful vendor (and my favorite yarn store ever), Imagiknit! See you at the Maker Faire!
4 thoughts on “Learn How to Knit “George” at the Maker Faire”
Please tell me this is not a needlework and flower arrangement faire. I’ve plunked down my money, but now am getting concerned…
we’re going to blow stuff and have robots, don’t fret.
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