Balloon Balls (Fabric covers for balloons

Balloon Balls (Fabric covers for balloons

Balloon balls are a perfectly cheap and easy DIY gift for any child, but especially to keep babies from choking on those broken balloon pieces!

I think I am going to rework the Lion Brand Balloon Animals this way.    www.ravelry.com/...

I think I am going to rework the Lion Brand Balloon Animals this way. www.ravelry.com/...

skacel is proud to introduce an ingenious new set of patterns for use with skacel sock yarns. These patterns are the inspired creation of Cid Hanscom, of Cid Hanscom Designs. They are inspired by and fashioned after balloon tied animals that you’d find in a circus or at a child’s birthday party. These amazing little creatures are knit in the round, with specific increases and decreases that allow them to be tied (after stuffing) into their respective species, be it animal, insect, or flower.

skacel is proud to introduce an ingenious new set of patterns for use with skacel sock yarns. These patterns are the inspired creation of Cid Hanscom, of Cid Hanscom Designs. They are inspired by and fashioned after balloon tied animals that you’d find in a circus or at a child’s birthday party. These amazing little creatures are knit in the round, with specific increases and decreases that allow them to be tied (after stuffing) into their respective species, be it animal, insect, or flower.

Book 2? But of COURSE! The first collection of these adorable toys was so much fun that designer Cid Hanscom of Cid Hanscom Designs came up with 10 more adorable toys. They are inspired by and fashioned after balloon tied animals that you'd find in a circus or at a child's birthday party. These amazing little creatures are knit in the round, with specific increases and decreases that allow them to be tied (after stuffing) into their respective fanciful character.

Book 2? But of COURSE! The first collection of these adorable toys was so much fun that designer Cid Hanscom of Cid Hanscom Designs came up with 10 more adorable toys. They are inspired by and fashioned after balloon tied animals that you'd find in a circus or at a child's birthday party. These amazing little creatures are knit in the round, with specific increases and decreases that allow them to be tied (after stuffing) into their respective fanciful character.

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