For creating ssssuch a sssssimple pattern. (For those of you who don’t know, that’s snake speak!)
Rarely do I find a pattern book from which I make multiple projects. I think my current count from this book is six and each has been just as cute and easy as the next. (Sisters is one of the several reversible doll patterns.) I highly recommend anyone who makes baby gifts look into this book.
I vaguely remember these snakes from my childhood. I know we had a couple brightly colored specimens hanging around when I was growing up and they were perfect for dangling from banister or attacking hapless Barbies.
This particular snake went to a brand new big brother. I figure he could use it in his arsenal of toys with which to torture his little sister. One of the best things about this pattern is it is perfect for using up sock yarn scraps. I used Deborah Norville’s Serenity Sock Yarn for this snake. I find this yarn works up pretty well, and you really can’t beat the price.
Even kittens think this is a pretty nifty project.