Claire Zingel
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Sometimes you want the yarn to do the talking. A simple and reversible cowl provides the perfect backdrop to let your special skein of worsted-weight hand-dyed yarn take center stage. You only need 1 skein of Tosh Merino!

cowl....cast on 100, knit 4 rows, purl 4 rows, repeat until the width you want, end with knit 4 rows and bind off. Easy! by graciela

Cowl: Cast on 100 Knit 4 rows Purl 4 rows Repeat until the reach desired width End with knit 4 rows and bind off

a linen stitch scarf.... knitted

Pinner says: Missoni-esque scarf. Looks like linen stitch using multiple colors of variegated yarns - one color per row. Liked that the knitter knit into the back of the loop of the first and last stitches to tighten them.

**Country Charm**

Fingerless gloves - use up yarn with these - note the lovely little touches made by the knit rows.

The Sky Scarf: one row a day for a year, matched to the color of the sky that day. Today is the day to start this, slightly wider and in moss stitch. Happy New Year!.

"Sky Scarf" project - document the weather outside your window. Gather yarn in a nice range of blues and grays. Each day knit a stripe in colors that match the sky. The pattern turns 365 days of sky observations into a five-foot long scarf.

One-Of-A-Kind Striped Scarf #anthropologie 13" x 84" looks like all garter...great for scraps

One-Of-A-Kind Striped Scarf anthropologie x looks like all garter.great for scraps

Different Types Of Government Systems

Different Types Of Government Systems Some children may not realize that not every country is run the same way. This chart emphasizes the differences in how governments can be run.

Types of government.

Types of government. Could be used as stations or four corners at the end of a unit. Good short summaries for ESOL students and struggling readers

Types of Government Chart by 31692023

Useful chart that explains the different types of government. Would be useful for either a comparative or American government course.

Gummy Bear Government is a fun little activity to hold in the classroom. By using different coloured gummy bears (and prior knowledge in previous lessons), students can represent the different forms of government found across the world. This allows students to have a clearer understanding of how democracy works globally and how global democracies compare to Australia's (Reynolds, 2014). Through this, students can appreciate Australian democracy and their involvement in their own communities.

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