Miniature knitting

Explore the world of miniature knitting and create adorable tiny garments and accessories. Get inspired with top ideas to bring your miniature knitting projects to life and showcase your creativity.
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Mini Toothpick Knitting Needles

Mini Toothpick Knitting Needles: I love all things knitting and crocheting and basically anything to do with yarn. Also I've always thought that miniature things are so cute! I always like to try altering projects to get different results and one day I was thinking how fun it would…

Ann Lucas
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Miniature Knitting Patterns Belly Button Baby

Welcome to my new followers thank you for all the comments about my work, really kind of you all. It has been a roller coaster ride these last 3 months. I have been really busy in real life...started out thinking I would fix up an apartment I intend using in my "OLD AGE" as in when I can no longer drive. I realize that I am no longer 30 things take longer to do these days. Ended up gutting the the windows floors, kitchen, bathroom, doors and floors. I DID KNIT THOUGH it was the…

Magda De Beer
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Miniature Knitting Tips

I have been designing miniature garments for the last 10 years, a question that often crops up is how to change the size of a pattern so that it will fit a smaller doll. Enlarging and Reducing Miniature Knitting Patterns I know many of us have reduced patterns by changing the thread and or needles we use. The easiest way for a beginner to reduce a pattern and keeping the proportion of the original design is changing "both thread and needles" and not the stitch count... If the smallest…