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Pobble's WayI just think this is one of the most beautiful children's books with a lovely, creative story, that I have seen in many years. The story is wonderful, and will easily engage children and parents right away. Pobble and her daddy go for a winters stroll, and as sometimes happens, Pobble loses her warm, pink mitten in the snow. That's when the animals have a fun time trying to figure out what that soft, pink item is used for. Will Pobble get her mitten back? Well, you will have to read the book to find out.
What a treasure of artwork with it's bright colors and just lovely illustrations, with so much to see and talk about in each picture.
You can purchase this book today from Amazon and you can make a pair of Pobbles Mitts for your little girl or boy too with Bev's official pattern. (see below). What an original gift for a grandma or Aunty to give too; a gorgeous book and handmade mitts!
Make a pair of mittens like Pobble's for your child in pink or blue.
Pobble's MITTENS3 Sizes: Ages 3-5 (6-8) (9-11)
(pattern by Beverly A. Qualheim-copyright 2011) photo by caterinacampo
2 oz (Approx. 30 yds for the cuffs and 70 yds for the hands) in pink 4 ply worsted weight yarn (10 ply yarn in England) for cuff, and a medium fluffy/bulky yarn for the hand.
2 stitch holders and yarn sewing needle.
Knitting needles sizes 5/3.75 mm and 7/4.5 mm for smallest size mittens and (6/4.00 mm and 8/5.00 mm for larger sizes)
size 8 needles: 5 sts =
1" 6 rows=1"
CUFF in regular pastel pink or blue- (using
smaller needles): Cast on 28
Work in ribbing of k1, p1 for 10 (12)
Fasten mittens together with a safety pin to give them as a gift.
* © COPYRIGHT: All content is copyrighted to original creators as stated on their patterns. You may provide a direct LINK to the patterns on my pages, but you may NOT post actual full patterns anywhere in any media form. Any items made from patterns © to Beverly Qualheim may be sold, but please make one for charity too.