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Felted Gingerbread Ornaments Using Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride

Felted Gingerbread Ornaments Using Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride

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$8.00


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fgo-bslpw-m175-bronze-patina
   

$14.00


19 in stock.
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$14.00


2 in stock.
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$14.00


26 in stock.
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32 in stock.
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21 in stock.

The Design

"Jolly cookie shapes."

The knitting's as easy as pie—easier, actually! Once your knitted piece is fully felted, simply use the included templates (or trace your own favorite cookie cutters) to cut 'dough' into jolly cookie shapes. Decorate as desired (we've included embroidery instructions). Hang them on your tree, tie them onto packages, string garlands—you get the idea. Yum! In Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride, they're even better!

The Details

FINISHED SIZE
Before felting: Approx. 26"/66cm around x 8½"/22cm high.
After felting and cutting open: Approx. 22"/56cm around x 5½"/14cm high.
Yield: 5 or 6 gingerbread people, or a variety of shapes and sizes.

YARN
1 skein Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride (190 yds/174m each); shown in Color 175 Bronze Patina.
Or approx. 190 yds/174m of an equivalent feltable worsted-weight yarn (Or approx. 95 yds/87m of an equivalent feltable bulky-weight yarn, held single.) Scraps of yarn for decoration.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 13 (9mm) 16—24"/40—60cm circular needle, or size to obtain gauge.
Stitch marker.
Optional: Buttons and thread for decorating.

GAUGE
Approx. 11 sts = 4"/10cm with yarn held double, before felting. Gauge should be invisible after felting.

Printed Felted Ornaments pattern. (Requires shipping.)

Digital Felted Ornaments pattern. (Download)

COLOR: M175 Bronze Patina. Looks like gingerbread to us!

COLOR: M151 Chocolate Souffle. Deep, rich espresso bean.

COLOR: M145 Spice. Red hot; slightly deeper than Ruby Red.

COLOR: M165 Christmas Green. Bright emerald green.

COLOR: M140 Aran. Might be straight from the sheep.