Ann on Nov 17, 20225 out of 5 stars
The pattern worked out well . I was pleased with the end result .
Glendaleaelder on Jul 24, 20225 out of 5 stars
Exactly what my friend will like.
Christine on Sep 18, 20225 out of 5 stars
Great pattern. Really enjoyed making it for my halloween display. Thank you.
Christine on May 8, 20225 out of 5 stars
Great pattern knits up very well and easy to make. Thank you
Barrett on Mar 23, 20225 out of 5 stars
They knitted up larger than I expected. But, I think that was my own mistake. Easy to follow instructions!
Willa on Jan 13, 20225 out of 5 stars
I knitted this for a newborn in worsted weight cotton. I’m not sure it’s identifiable as a sheep (I added a tail) but what does a baby know? The only other change I made was to embroider eyes to avoid a choking hazard. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and an overall simpler pattern than other stuffed animals I’ve made.
Sandra on Dec 17, 20215 out of 5 stars
This Christmas tree was an ideal size for what I needed.
Willa on Nov 17, 20215 out of 5 stars
This was a lovely pretty simple pattern once I spoke with Nattie Knits to clarify the kind of wrap and turn to do. Unfortunately I ran out of pink yarn so I stopped it and started making the sheep.
ginger on Nov 17, 20215 out of 5 stars
Gorgeous wreath, it will be wonderful to decorate with.
Knitting Around Corners
I love knitting. I especially love knitting around corners.
When my little boy was born, I wanted to knit him something cuddly. I looked through lots of toy patterns and discovered that most of them involved knitting lots of small pieces and sewing them together. That did not appeal to me. So I started designing my own patterns.
Natty Knits patterns use short-row shaping, knitting in the round and picking up stitches to keep the sewn seams to a minimum. The patterns never use wires or plastic shape inserts, it's all done with the power of yarn.
Each Natty Knits pattern has a full blog entry of Hints and Tips that the knitter can refer to. I also blog about my design process, inspirations and other techniques that knitters might find useful.
Occasionally I am contacted by art directors, ad agencies and arts organizations who want to use my images. I almost always say yes. So if you've seen that shark in an ad campaign, or that duck on the front of a festival program, you've come to the right place to learn how to knit one for yourself.
Let me help you knit around corners.
Owner, Maker, Designer
An avid knitter and a stay at home Mom. I use the name Natty Knits because both of my real names are hard to spell.
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The guidance statement issued by the CPSC on Feb 10th 2009 states that “yarn, dyed or undyed” and “dyed or undyed textiles” are components which “can be used (separately or in combination) and sold (provided they have not been treated or altered or undergone any processing that could result in the addition of lead)”. It also states that until some reliable way to test the levels of phthalates in plastics it is best to avoid plastic buttons unless “you know they don't contain phthalates”. As I know nothing about petrochemical processes I have therefore decided to abstain from the use of plastic buttons in my products until further information is available. For the full statement, please see http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/smbus/sbguide.pdf . Thank you.