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Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
Limited Edition
Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit
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Gingerbread Man Crochet Kit

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$42.00 $42.00 CAD
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Meet Ted the Gingerbread Man
Run, run as fast as you can—to catch woobly lil’ Ted the Gingerbread Man! With his frosty zigzags, adorable bowtie, and bright red buttons, he really couldn’t be any sweeter. And to top it all off, he’s also just about the smartest cookie you’ll ever meet.

As a Beginner kit, Ted is great for newbies, even if you dough not feel like you can cut it. And with The Woobles Easy Peasy Yarn™ and step-by-step videos, you’ve already got the recipe for success. So why wait ’til Christmas? Grab that custom hook we’ve included as icing on the cake—er, cookie—and get ready to start wooblin’, ’cause this deliciously delightful dude is sure to be a real treat!

Can I really learn how to crochet from these kits?
You bet - over 500,000 people have learned crochet with The Woobles, and you can be next! Just follow the step-by-step video tutorials that come with each learn-to-crochet kit. Our beginner kits also come pre-started to get you over the first hump. 

What’s included

  • Step-by-step video tutorials
  • The Woobles Easy Peasy Yarn™, custom-made for beginners
  • Pre-started for you, so you can get right into practicing the main crochet stitch
  • Unlimited help over e-mail, plus virtual crochet office hours
  • Plastic eyes
  • Stuffing
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Gingerbread Man crochet pattern as a PDF download
  • Custom 4mm ergonomic crochet hook

Skill level
Beginner, recommended for ages 12+

Righty? Lefty?
We've got you covered. Our pre-started beginner crochet kits work for both righties and lefties, and all Woobles crochet tutorials have both right-handed and left-handed versions.

Size
About 4 in (10.2 cm) tall. As a handmade item, exact size depends on the crocheter.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
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Ted the Gingy

Ted the Gingy is my first Wooble and he is adorable! So easy. Videos were so easy to follow. Made the gingy house too from the Woobes advent calendar so Ted wouldn’t feel lonely until I make my next one!

K
Katheryn
Cute!!

Ted is my third wooble, and I like the design. Ted the gingerbread is so adorable!

D
D.B.
So much fun!

Ted was number 2 for me and I loved making him! I really enjoyed working with the darker yarn most of the time. Easier on the eyes! Overall his shape was great for a beginner! Felt really accomplished by the body completion. I loved the creativity with frosting and the hardest part was likely the bow tie but really not too bad. I would say Ted would be an incredible starter or gift for someone getting into crocheting! All materials you need and videos you need are included! Really loved making Ted!

J
J.H.
So Adorable and Festive!

I made this cute little guy on the long Christmas weekend and my gosh it was so fun. This one was just constant enjoyment because every piece was so cute. Especially the bow tie. I decided to leave the mouth out because I have quite a few other Woobles I’ve done with the mouth and wanted one without to change it up. Anyways, 10/10 recommend Ted. I think he’s great for beginners especially if you want to do a bit more embroidery (which isn’t hard once you get the hang of it! - especially with the video guides)
I really appreciate how detailed all the video guides were in this one as well.

S
S.K.
Adorable Gingyman

It had been some months since I'd last crocheted anything, so I was massively rusty when I started this kit and unfortunately it shows... My poor little guy, full of uneven stitching and large gaping holes. I also overstuffed him so I'm sure that didn't help. I also ran out of brown yarn, but that was my own doing. The arms looked too short doing them the way the pattern dictated, so I added an extra round. Had enough yarn for the first arm but ran out on the second and had to sub in my own (slightly different but serviceable) brown yarn. He's still cute despite his (many) flaws, though, imho.

My only complaint is the tutorial video for the bow tie. It needed more natural pauses, particularly during all the slip stitch and double crochet bits. I was constantly having to stop the video because I was having a lot of trouble doing the stitches but the demonstrator just kept plowing ahead.

Overall, I really loved this kit. The design of this little guy is so cute, and the tutorial videos for this one seemed a lot more in depth and better paced since my last Wooble project (Salem the witch cat) a few months ago. It was a lot easier to stop and replay the video than it was with Salem. I don't know if it's a specific thing for this kit only or if all Wooble videos have been updated to be like that. I hope they have, because they were a lot easier to follow along with (excepting the one mentioned above).

Looking forward to my next Wooble, Kaida the Dragon! Although, I think I'll do some more practice ones before attempting her... 😅

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
95%
(20)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
O
O.
Ted the Gingy

Ted the Gingy is my first Wooble and he is adorable! So easy. Videos were so easy to follow. Made the gingy house too from the Woobes advent calendar so Ted wouldn’t feel lonely until I make my next one!

K
Katheryn
Cute!!

Ted is my third wooble, and I like the design. Ted the gingerbread is so adorable!

D
D.B.
So much fun!

Ted was number 2 for me and I loved making him! I really enjoyed working with the darker yarn most of the time. Easier on the eyes! Overall his shape was great for a beginner! Felt really accomplished by the body completion. I loved the creativity with frosting and the hardest part was likely the bow tie but really not too bad. I would say Ted would be an incredible starter or gift for someone getting into crocheting! All materials you need and videos you need are included! Really loved making Ted!

J
J.H.
So Adorable and Festive!

I made this cute little guy on the long Christmas weekend and my gosh it was so fun. This one was just constant enjoyment because every piece was so cute. Especially the bow tie. I decided to leave the mouth out because I have quite a few other Woobles I’ve done with the mouth and wanted one without to change it up. Anyways, 10/10 recommend Ted. I think he’s great for beginners especially if you want to do a bit more embroidery (which isn’t hard once you get the hang of it! - especially with the video guides)
I really appreciate how detailed all the video guides were in this one as well.

S
S.K.
Adorable Gingyman

It had been some months since I'd last crocheted anything, so I was massively rusty when I started this kit and unfortunately it shows... My poor little guy, full of uneven stitching and large gaping holes. I also overstuffed him so I'm sure that didn't help. I also ran out of brown yarn, but that was my own doing. The arms looked too short doing them the way the pattern dictated, so I added an extra round. Had enough yarn for the first arm but ran out on the second and had to sub in my own (slightly different but serviceable) brown yarn. He's still cute despite his (many) flaws, though, imho.

My only complaint is the tutorial video for the bow tie. It needed more natural pauses, particularly during all the slip stitch and double crochet bits. I was constantly having to stop the video because I was having a lot of trouble doing the stitches but the demonstrator just kept plowing ahead.

Overall, I really loved this kit. The design of this little guy is so cute, and the tutorial videos for this one seemed a lot more in depth and better paced since my last Wooble project (Salem the witch cat) a few months ago. It was a lot easier to stop and replay the video than it was with Salem. I don't know if it's a specific thing for this kit only or if all Wooble videos have been updated to be like that. I hope they have, because they were a lot easier to follow along with (excepting the one mentioned above).

Looking forward to my next Wooble, Kaida the Dragon! Although, I think I'll do some more practice ones before attempting her... 😅