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Learn how to easily knit a birds nest to help rehabilitate abandoned baby chicks and rodents rescued from emergency situations.
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• Wool Yarn – Bulky Weight #5 in any fiber or color of your choice
My Sample was knitted up with Patons Classic Wool Roving that I had previously dyed different colors using Kool-Aid
• 1 – Size 10 US or 10.5 US circular needle, 16″ length
• 4 – Size 10 US or 10.5 double-pointed knitting needles
• Tapestry Needle
• Measuring Tape
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• How to Cast On Without a Slip Knot https://youtu.be/XvlY2vo_mPQ
• Slip Knot https://youtu.be/YcN_NPR2jLE
• Cast On https://youtu.be/cLRJiDHuHpk
• Knitting with Circular Needles https://youtu.be/p1bZ1hj8Qg8
• K = Knit Stitch https://youtu.be/Zp57BMWWJi8
• Cast Off https://youtu.be/QqyQJPboHWE
• Weave-in Yarn Ends https://youtu.be/RZc0SLHBtpk
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