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Makes keeping the cold air out and the warm air in even cuter!
I started knitting what was meant to be a coathanger cover and ended up making a cover for a door snake - I bought a plain already made one for about $2 and covered it with my knitting, sewed up the sides and mouth and added googly eyes. Voila!

Posted by Rebecca G. from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia • Published
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  • Step 1

    Cast on around 25 stitches, then knit as you will!! I used a few rows of stocking stitch then a few rows of basic garter stitch and kept going uptil it was long enough.
    Finish off and sew around the doorsnake, leaving out a bit of wool to create a tounge.
    Add googly eyes.

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