ROFL_Frog Pattern

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ROFL_Frog Pattern Pattern


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Knitting: ROFL_Frog Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Short Rows, KFB, I-Cord, I-Cord edge finish, Kitchener Stitch

Pattern Description:

The ear flaps are double thickness to create Pudgy frog thighs that will keep ears extra warm. Or, Leave them open like pockets for teen snowboarders to put theire headphones in place. The extendable tongue tucks in the mouth out of the way, or make it extra long for young ones to tie a pacifier to it.

Don't worry about the difficulty level, I've included instructions and web links to video tutorials if you need visual help.

The yarn is inexpensive, easy to substitute and available at most craft stores. So you can make plenty as gifts that everyone will ROFL for.
ROFL (Roll On the Floor Laughing) is my mission in knitting.


1 inch = 5 st x 6.5 rows (#6 Needles)
1 inch = 4.5 st x 6 rows (#8 Needles)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small Kids: 16" circm. (max stretch 18") Big Kids: 19"circm. (max stretch 20") Adult: 22"circm. (use #8 Needles but use Big Kid Instructions )


  • Yarn:Vanna's Choice 100% ACRYLIC 100g/3.5oz 1 Ball Kelly Green (MC) Color #172 1 Ball Fern Green (CC) Color #171 1 Ball Cranberry (CC2) Color #180 (This should be enough to make 2 Small Hats) Needles:#6 (US) DPN set of 4 (8" Length is preferred) #6 (US) 16" Cable
  • Notions:Buttons for eyes (2) 1" White Flat (2) 3/4" Black Flat Poly Fiber Batting: (Small amount Approx. quart size plastic bag) Tapestry Needle Stich Markers Regular Sewing Needle and thread Small Stich Holder

Suggested yarn:

340 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Vanna's Choice


1721, 1711, 180

About Designer

About Designer

Linda R Schmidt on

For 28 years, I've been a Graphic Designer/Illustrator by day, and a Fiber Artist by night. (Sometimes very late at night.) I'm a self taught fiber nut. I love to invent techniques and create my own designs.

Knitting takes me away from the computer world but gives me a never ending media to learn and create. Each of my patterns have a little challenge to them. But don't worry, I have a list ...

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