What's In The Kit?  

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Kit Should Not Go Over $40 and not under $25.

All kits include a handmade bag meant to store kit items for your spoilee. You can knit, crochet, or sew the bag. The color theme of the kit must be in your spoilees house colors.

NOTE (added 2/4): Kits given to 1st years must include all of the items listed because this is their first kit. Kits given to 2nd years and beyond have the option of switching out the stitch markers and needles for two items from their wish lists. So, make sure that you look to the wish lists of your spoilee who is a 2nd year and beyond to see what they like.

The following kits are what we are swapping this term:

Bag Kit - This will be a kit that will include all the items your spoilee will need to make a hand knit or crochet bag, purse, or tote. Included in the kit should be:
Yarn
Needles
Pattern
Optional - Stitch markers should be included if your spoilee is a knitter. If a crocheter swap with something from their wish list.

Fingerless Gloves/Mitts -
Yarn
Needles
Pattern
Optional - Stitch markers should be included if your spoilee is a knitter. If a crocheter swap with something from their wish list.

Sock Kit -
Sock Yarn
Needles
Pattern
Optional - Stitch markers should be included if your spoilee is a knitter. If a crocheter swap with something from their wish list.

Felted Bag Kit -
100% Wool Yarn
Needles
Pattern & Directions on how to felt.
Optional - Stitch markers should be included if your spoilee is a knitter. If a crocheter swap with something from their wish list.

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2 comments

Just a note about the 100% wool for felting kits - make sure it is not 'superwash', as that won't felt!

January 29, 2009 at 1:51 PM

Question from the Best Kits Site:

Do you know if "everything" includes the optional item? I know optional usually means no, but I just wanted to check.

Can you please answer here.

February 5, 2009 at 5:03 PM

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