|1. Body: Knit 25 rows in the round as you would for a hat, using 2 strands of yarn (leave a long tail on the winding peg to use in sewing up the bottom of the spider body).|
|2. Take the knit off the loom as you would a hat (take a 25 inch piece of yarn and thread it through top and bottom to remove from loom). Put stuffing in while still on the loom.|
|3. Legs: Make 8. Using the yellow loom, knit back and forth on 8 pegs for 47 rows and leave a long piece of yarn on the winding peg to sew up the legs. Take each leg off the loom as you would a hat. Fold legs horizontally and sew up|
|4. Take each leg, fold in half, then whip stitch for a fold or bend in the leg. Turn spider over and sew four legs on each side.|
|5. Hot glue two large wiggly eyes on top of spider near the front. (Use the size eyes you like, spiders have small eyes, but larger eyes show up better)|
|6. Note from Clella: This spider would be way cute if you used one strand of fun fur to make it hairy. Sit Samuel in the pumpkin patch of knitted pumpkins from our web-site here at Provo Craft. Have a Happy Halloween!|
|What you will need.|
|Provo Craft Supplies|
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Black Spider for the Yellow Loom
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