My daughter has a French Knitting ‘doll’ and has made many lengths of French knit but we’ve not really been sure what to do with it all. She’s been using it for dolls and toys etc but I went searching through Pinterest (as you know I do) and came up with these little beauties. I think I might have to grab it off her for a few projects for myself. Oh, and you don’t need a doll to do it. I’ve included a few ways to make your own French knitter at home.
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A married stay at home Mum of 2, living in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia who loves to make do and live a rich but frugal life through cooking from scratch, keeping house using Nanna's methods but with 21st century know how and making something out of nothing. For more info, click on the "Start Here" tab above.
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