Whether you call it spool knitting, Knitting Nancy or just "that knitting we used to do on an old spool," corking is a timeless, fun and easy craft for children. With simple instructions and clear illustrations, perfect for beginning readers, the book shows how to recycle toilet-tissue rolls and tin cans into corkers of various sizes. In no time, kids will be corking toys, making hair scrunchees and finger puppets, and decorating their clothes with little or no help from adults. Includes step-by-step instructions for more than a dozen one-of-a-kind crafts that kids will want to make and use or give as gifts.
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ball of yarn bathroom tissue rolls BENDABLE HORSE bobby pin brown yarn cm 18 inches cm 3 inches Cork a tube corked pieces corked projects corker small ball CORKER THINGS couple of small Cut the yarn different-colored elastic felt or fabric fingers fl oz Fun ideas headband ideas to try Knot the yarn large can corker leaving a 25-cm length of corking loops of yarn medium can corker moving eyes pair of nails pieces of small pieces of yarn pipe cleaners pot holder Pull the yarn safety pin scarf scissors yarn needle set of nails sew the corking skinny corking slip knot loop slipper socks small corking small stitches spot and weave strands of yarn strip of tape thin nail THINGS YOU NEED Thread the yarn tin can corker Trim the yarn Tuck the knot white glue wind the yarn yarn back yarn needle scissors yarn scissors yarn yarn tail