Hay is for horses! Everyone knows that, but do you know how much hay they need? Or how much water? Did you know your horse can talk to you with his ears? Or that he can sleep standing up? Follow along with Athena the horse as she explains the basics of keeping a horse in your backyard. She'll teach you the basic necessities of caring for your equine friend, from what kind of fencing you can use, to tips and tricks for keeping water thawed in winter weather, and even fun stuff you can do with your horse. Keeping a backyard horse can be fairly simple, and even if you have a tight budget, it can be done!
Sweet little blankets for babies are so much fun to make with the Knook and medium weight yarn. The Knook is a specialized crochet hook that creates true knitted fabric, while the attached cord completely prevents dropped stitches! It's great for beginners or anyone who would like to learn to knit the easy way. Clear instructions on the basic technique are provided for both right-hand and left-hand stitching, while photos illustrate each step. These 6 designs by Melissa Leapman are for beginner to intermediate-plus skill levels: Baby's Snuggly Throw (featuring classic diamond eyelet panels), Multicolor Carriage Blankie, Ridged Patchwork Blanket, Mitered Eyelet Blanket, Hearts Baby Blanket, and Mitered Multicolor Blanket.
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