Let's Knit, Shall We?

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    Yes they are just normal pins.

    The needles I use to knit miniatures are no thicker than these, just much longer.

    kelp!, cgoyer, *Bárbara* Cannnela, and 328 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. meinanrv 79 months ago | reply

      Everyone has already said it! Amazing! I don't know how my fingers could even manage that as much as I love to knit.

    2. stefany8 77 months ago | reply


    3. TinyChan 76 months ago | reply

      OMG! how tiny....

    4. Ringo Wan Ju Yu 75 months ago | reply

      it must be really lucky to be ur doll

    5. luvmykatz 73 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called * Happicrafts & Collectibles (post 1 ~ comment 1), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      I'm back for another look at this! So remarkable!

    6. Autobot Den 71 months ago | reply

      wow...I just had a flashback to the time I used a couple of t-pins to knit a scarf...XD

    7. Whitney Allen Photography 70 months ago | reply

      I think I would have jumped off a cliff afterwards.

    8. sovica_xxx 52 months ago | reply

      Oh my god this is just adorable and beyond cute!

    9. angelarte 40 months ago | reply


    10. TwinkleToes2day 36 months ago | reply

      Mind boggling!! Mega WOW!!!!

    11. TC2005LV 27 months ago | reply

      Semi small knitting achieved on wooden skewers.. alternative to using needles: wooden toothpicks!

    12. Baracca's 19 months ago | reply

      Felt in love!!!!

    13. Luz Medina Varas 9 months ago | reply

      sencillamente admirable.Bendigo tu talento,mujer!!!!!!

    14. LBremner 9 months ago | reply

      I used to knit dolls' underwear with sewing pins like those---after blunting them by rubbing the points along a metal nailfile that someone had thrown away. I was younger, then.

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