(You will need three white 260ís, one for each sheep.
You can use more or less, depending on the size of the
Inflate 1 white 260, leaving a 6-inch tail. Tie off.
Twist 9 half-inch bubbles. Lock-twist the third through
the ninth bubbles together. Push the first bubble through
the loop of half-inch bubbles just formed.
Starting from the neck, ear-twist the second and the sixth
bubble. This forms the head of the sheep.
Twist 1 one-inch bubble, 1 two-inch bubble, 2 one-inch
bubbles, and 1 two-inch bubble. Lock-twist together.
This forms the front legs of the sheep.
Twist 1 three-inch bubble, 1 two-inch bubble, 2 one-inch
bubbles, and 1 two-inch bubble. Lock-twist the 2 two-inch bubbles together.
Rollover-twist the back legs over the three-inch bubble to
get the sheep to lie down. If you want the sheep to
stand, then you can skip this step. Make the appropriate
markings on the face, if desired.
Create as many sheep as you feel led to by repeating the