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Three Sheep Rug Hooking Kit

$29.95
Perfect for beginners, this rug hooking kit teaches new knitters a simple technique to make beautiful designs. Included in this kit is a pattern for an image of three sheep in a field. Details below.
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Learn the craft of making a traditional hooked rug with this kit from Harrisville Designs. A fun project for kids and new knitters alike, and perfect for developing fine motor skills, concentration, and creativity!


Included in kit: Wooden frame, 100% wool yarn, printed canvas, and instructions.


Recommended for 8 years and up.

Learn the craft of making a traditional hooked rug with this kit from Harrisville Designs. A fun project for kids and new knitters alike, and perfect for developing fine motor skills, concentration, and creativity!


Included in kit: Wooden frame, 100% wool yarn, printed canvas, and instructions.


Recommended for 8 years and up.

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