Awesome Knitted Respiratory System

Awesome Knitted Respiratory System

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Awesome Knitted Respiratory System

Made and uploaded by Anna Isherwood.


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3 Comments

  1. Anna

    Thanks for linking this! I had fun making it & it turned out much better than I could have expected! A group of us is doing a charity run tomorrow …with a llama…in aid of the organ donor alliance, hence we’ve all been knitting organs 🙂

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    • Amanda

      I’ve been looking for the pattern for Anna Isherwood’s respiratory system but can’t seem to find a link. Can yu put me in the right directin? I want to knit a set as a thank you to the surgeon who has just removed half of one of my lungs!
      Thanks, Amanda

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      • Anna

        Hi Amanda, I just made it up & didn’t write up a pattern. You’re welcome to email me at anis.handcrafts@gmail.com & I can try to remember what I did if that helps?
        Kind regards, & best wishes for a speedy recovery, Anna.

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