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Spooky Knit Ghost Toy


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As hard as this Spooky Knit Ghost Toy tries, he's just too cute to be scary. Whether you knit this little guy up for trick-or-treaters or incorporate it into your other Halloween decor, this little guy is a thrifty project that's great for using up yarn scraps. Knit this ghost in glow-in-the-dark yarn for an added spooky touch. Happy Halloween Knitting!

Spooky Knit Ghost Toy
Spooky Knit Ghost Toy
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Knitting Needle Size: 3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This ghost is not spooky-its adorable-made dozens for the grandkids, ok , truth be told the cat kinda got a few too!

St st stands for stockinette stitch. Knitting all rows on the right side and purling all rows on the wrong.

I went on You Tube and found videos for icord and meaning "kfb" I guess I am tired, because should have known what kfb means.......;;))

Love the ghost.....but what does "kfb" mean?? Also how do you knit icord? Thanks

Ashtonjudith, Sts or st = stitches. I hope this helps! Thanks for your interest in the pattern. Happy knitting - Editors of AllFreeKnitting

What does St-st or st-st mean? I checked your abbreviations glossary but didn't see it. Thanks very much!


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