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« Reply #10 on: February 20, 2011 07:00:57 PM »

Thank you for the pattern link.

Some time ago, a "little old lady" (you know, a stereotypical knitter) gave me two bagfuls of yarn ends. The yarn has added to my stash for a couple of years as no patterns have caught my eye or called to me. Until this one!
I'm not sure if I have enough of any one colour to knit a Monster Chunk - but definitely some striped ones.
I may give her a couple of them to share with her great-grandchildren.
Thanks again.
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« Reply #11 on: February 24, 2011 10:03:22 AM »

You always make the most adorable creatures, Lime. Cheesy

« Reply #12 on: February 25, 2011 09:35:50 AM »

OMG,i love them to pieces!!!

i recently saw a pattern similar to these on etsy and haven't stopped thinking about them since.
i can't wait to be a more advanced knitter so i can make knit amis rather than crochet!

great work!!!!  Cheesy
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« Reply #13 on: February 25, 2011 09:55:22 AM »

Thank you all for the lovely comments!  Cheesy

neversaymichele - DangerCraft patterns are really great for beginner knit ami makers. They aren't too advanced at all and use the magic loop method which is easy to learn and makes the whole process more enjoyable than using DPNs. Let me know if you need any help! I'm all about converting crochet ami makers to knit ami makers Smiley.

« Reply #14 on: February 26, 2011 11:49:19 AM »

I just watched a couple videos on the magic loop method. It doesn't look hard at all.
Maybe I'll pick up one of DangerCraft's patterns after your recommendation!

I love knit ami's! I've always been more drawn to them than crochet kinds, but I haven't attempted any since I've only been knitting for barely a couple months.

Thanks so much for your help! I'll let you know how it goes Cheesy

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