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Knitted fish for Vacation Bible School!
Created By: Valerie Ford
Craft: knit
Materials: Vanna's Choice and Vanna's Choice Baby yarn oddments in every colour were used for this project.
Pattern Source: other:

The local church is having a vacation bible school this July and put out a request for lots of little fish for part of the program. The idea being that many little fish are wanted to "throw" at Pharoah as he crosses the Red Sea! Thinking about this, I came to the conclusion that it would be a bit paintful for the kid portraying Pharoah if he were to be pelted by lots of hard fish. Therefore, I decided small knitted fish would be the answer - and here they are all ready to be thrown! They are knitted from my own basic pattern, with many variations.

I used oddments of Vanna's Choice yarn left over from other recent projects, so the colours are really bright.

Here's my pattern
http://www.instructables.com/id/Theres-something-fishy-in-my-pocket/



 
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