ALEX Toys – Craft Giant Art Jar 170N


ALEX Toys Craft Giant Art Jar

  • Massive amount of craft supplies in a reusable storage container with a handle
  • Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award winner
  • Includes felt shapes, craft sticks, google eyes, buttons, spools, colored and textured papers, glue stick, glitter glue, craft scissors, paper plates
  • Also includes paper bags, feathers, pom poms, ric rac, pipe cleaners, sequins, stickers, fabric flowers, foam shapes and instructions
  • Recommended for children 4 years of age and older

Alex Giant Art Jar is a giant bucketful of fabulous craft. Everything you need for making collage and other paper craft. It comes with multi-colored pom-poms, glitter pom-poms, pipe cleaners, fringed crepe paper, feathers, and more. Includes 26 ABC felt shapes, 15 wooden craft sticks, 40 google eyes, 15 wooden buttons, 7 spools, 30 assorted shapes, buttons and confetti, 10 colored paper, 6 crepe paper, white craft glue, glitter glue, glue stick, craft scissors, 3 paper plates, 3 paper bags, 15 f

List Price: $ 29.42

Price: $ 24.89

Star Weaver Knitting Machine, Pink/Green

  • 3 x Skeins of wool thread
  • Comes with crochet hook & safe sewing needle
  • Comes with user manual

K1200 Features: -Comes with 3 x skeins of wool thread. -With crochet hook and safe sewing needle. -Color: Pink/green. Product Type: -Craft Supplies. Dimensions: Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -8.66″. Overall Width – Side to Side: -8.26″. Overall Depth – Front to Back: -9.84″. Overall Product Weight: -2.09 lbs.

List Price: $ 44.99

Price: $ 23.32

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • Kelly says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good choice for the price, NOT wool yarn, January 4, 2014
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    Kelly (USA) –

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    This review is from: Star Weaver Knitting Machine, Pink/Green (Toy)
    I purchased this because it is pretty inexpensive and I wanted something for making quick sock blanks for dyeing. It’s a much cheaper option than the Singer kid machine, and obviously much cheaper than the more serious Addi Express machine.

    It seems to be working well and getting the job done, but I do worry about longevity. Since it is all plastic, I do not know how long the gears are going to hold up, but so far so good. I’ve used it 3-4 times now and it has worked very well.

    The instructions aren’t the clearest, but with a bit of work you should be able to figure everything out. If it’s any help- the two “methods” of knitting the instructions refer to mean that you can knit a tube, or a flat piece (the flat piece is knit by setting the switch to the appropriate setting and then cranking the handle one way until it stops, and then cranking back the other way- and repeating).

    My only real complaint is that the listing/box claims it comes with 3 small skeins of wool yarn, but this was not true. I first realized this when the yarn refused to hold the dye. Furthermore, when I tried to do a burn test on a piece, it melted instead of snuffed out- obviously it’s an acrylic or some other kind of synthetic yarn.

    I would recommend this if you are looking for something quick, cheap, and dirty to get the job done. Would probably also make a great gift for your crafty little ones. My daughter is only 2 right now, but if my machine lasts for a few more years, I’d be curious to see if she would like using it, too.

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  • Smiley's Mommy "Smiley's Mommy" says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My 10 year old daughter got this today for her birthday and is really enjoying it, February 16, 2014
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    This review is from: Star Weaver Knitting Machine, Pink/Green (Toy)
    Wow! i just got this today (only a few hours ago) and already have a 3 foot long scarf! I wanted this for so long and as soon as I got it I took it out of the package. The machine comes with a project already started and i took it off so i could start fresh! I guess I shouldn’t have because it was hard to start up again because the directions are kinda hard. I figured out how to do it and now i am knitting like crazy! There are two modes: tube knit and plain knit. So far I have only done the tube knit and I am currently trying to find out more about the regular knit mode! Sometimes the machine can be difficult to crank if the previous stitches are done incorrectly. One thing you can do to prevent this is to make sure you correctly start it off by first going around and threading every OTHER hook. Then after the first go round simply turn the crank to knit the rest. Don’t get frustrated because it can take a little while to get the hang of it. I would think any kid around my age would love this toy!
    [This review was written by my 10 year old daughter who is practicing her opinion writing for school. I hope you find this review helpful ]

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  • Evelyn Greshake says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    No Go, September 5, 2014
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    Broke on first use, would not recommend. Child was easy with it and Dad was helping her when it broke. First one of the legs broke off and then the spinner jammed and stopped working. I am an avid knitter and would not recommend this for any child.

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