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The joy of making something out of nothing: a snuggly scarf. The little mouse got so wrapped up in knitting that she forgot about everything else! Even sleep. She stays up late knitting a scarf, and she is desperate to protect it and prevent it from unraveling. She is afraid that she will get tangled up in all of the wool!

This mouse lives in a lovely mouse house in a tree trunk. She is so excited that she invites all of her friends over to be wrapped up in the scarf. She is super-excited about knitting and creating a beautiful neck-warmer.

Noodle's Knitting by Sheryl Webster, 2010

I love the fact that the purple wool is fuzzy on each page and the cover; all of the woodsy little animals are adorable.

This blog post was inspired by the Crochet Club that meets every Wednesday at the Grand Concourse library.

 

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