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Join Tig as she learns how to ride a bike for the first time. Subscribe for more Wizz Friends! – https://goo.gl/1CJS4X Woolly and Tig is a Kids TV show about a Scottish five-year-old girl called Tig who lives with her mum and dad and toy spider called Woolly. They get up to lots of adventures together, and the show episodes focus on feelings children may encounter when faced with new experiences. Woolly and Tig plays on Cbeebies TV in the UK and is a high-quality kids TV show to help children with developmental and emotional issues as they grow up – such as sharing with friends, eating new foods, going to school, losing toys, dealing with scary things and going to new places. Tig is the girl star of the show, and you can join her on her adventures with Woolly – whose name is sometimes spelt Wolly or Wooly. Wizz Friends brings you the best preschool kids television shows, from the UK and around the world. Popular high-quality shows include Woolly and Tig, The Sooty Show, Get Well Soon and Me Too! On Wizz Friends, you can find clips and full-length episodes from your child’s favourite TV shows, as well as exploring new ones for fun and learning. Wizz Friends uploads new content several times a week, so make sure to subscribe to get the safest kids content. #WoollyAndTig #ToySpider #WizzFriends Video Rating: / 5 This tutorial will show you how to crochet a chunky winter children’s sweater / cardigan / jumper. This sweater is suitable for beginners. For size 0 – 6 months use a 5mm crochet hook For size 6 – 12 months use a 5.5mm crochet hook For size 1 – 2 years use a 6mm crochet hook For size 2 – 3 years use a […]

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19 Comments

  • Lovin Life 1 month ago

    What is worsted weight yarn in UK?
    Chunky or a dk?
    Thanks xx

  • Sariya Mariyam 1 month ago

    I am new to crochet and I found this video very helpful except one thing, how do I make buttonholes and stitch the buttons on it?

  • Karen Kane 1 month ago

    What size is this video tutorial demo in

  • georgina cid viveos 1 month ago

    Como logro estos video en español por favor

  • Mary Miller 1 month ago

    Loved this cardigan. Appears to be very simple to follow. Great tutorial. Will let u know when I finished it. Oh, can I use a chunky 5 yarn. I have tons of it and need to use besides baby blankets.

  • Patricia Moody 1 month ago

    I just love your channel – Pigeon Forge Tennessee

  • shilpa sagwal 1 month ago

    amazing video… i just did the brown part… n green part will be over tonight… i want to show you the picture of what i made… where can i show plz

  • Turtle McNeill 1 month ago

    It'd be nice if you would describe which part of the sweater you're working at each section, and the beginning. I like to out my own spin on patterns but people like me can't if we don't know where we're at in the project. 🙁 I'd like to use yours as a starting point but I'm hesitant bc of this lack of info 🙁

  • Heidi Vester 1 month ago

    How many skeins did you use??

  • Emma Cuthbert 1 month ago

    This is lovely but what size yarn did you use?

  • Haidee Mac Carthy 1 month ago

    I wouldn't recommend this tutorial. Just spent a day making this, perfect except for the collar which turned out enormous. Wasted my time. Cannot find any instructions to make the collar fit.

  • Sandra Shack 1 month ago

    Was going to give this a try but after all the comments about the too large a neck think I'll pass.

  • Julie Morley 1 month ago

    Hi, do you have this in adult sizing please?

  • Fikere Woldetensiy 1 month ago

    Wow it is very easy to do thank you for you doing this I like the way your explanayion.

  • Archana Tripathi 1 month ago

    It's nice video, thoroughly explain and very clear, with these good one problem is there of a very deep neck, and now I'm confused that what to do.?

  • It's_Vicki's_Life 1 month ago

    This is one of the easiest sweater patterns to follow great video❤

  • Sharon Scott 1 month ago

    I just wantto say how much I enjoy your instructional tutorials. As a visually impaired impaired individual who has to listen to audio you are fantastic. This pattern is one that I would like to make for an adult. I look for the links to written patterns but can never find . I would like to be able to print the pattern so that it can be read to me if possible or use the screen reader of a computer. Thank you for all your hard work.

  • Saba Shaheen 1 month ago

    Wonderful and easy way ,but what's the count of chain for three years and older ???? It's not written the discribtion .

  • Karuna Ramteke 1 month ago

    Sotar