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I was racking my brains for an idea for the build with yarn contest when I came up with this: How to make a giant Lego brick doorstop ...
I used: 1 ball of brightly coloured yarn - mine was red acrylic DK (double knitting) aka worsted 1 house brick some wadding 8 plastic bottle caps a ...
I dried my brick in the oven and then brushed any loose stuff off it Then I measured it - it was a standard UK brick 8.5" x ...
For a UK standard brick you will need to knit: i) two ends at 4" x 2.5" ii) two sides at 8.5" x 2.5" iii) a top and ...
Using yarn and a big sewing needle, I sewed the ends and sides to the top section and sewed up the joins between the sides and the ends. ...
To make it a proper Lego brick it needed 8 knobs. These were made from soft drinks lids - the boys were allowed to drink extra coke so ...
Put by a door to keep it either open or shut and mind you don't bang your toes on it!
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