4 toy zoo animal knitting patterns

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4 toy zoo animal knitting patterns Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, casting on and off, sewing seams, increases and decreases, changing colours, i-cord, intarsia knitting and short rows

Pattern Description:

Zoo animals knitting patterns ...

Toy knitting patterns special offer: This bundle includes the knitting patterns for ....

1) Norwood Monkey and Bananas
2) Nutmeg Bear and Basket of Strawberries
3) Bloomsbury Elephant and Sticky Buns
4) Hopkins Penguin and Life Preserver

About the patterns ...

The knitting pattern is written row by row so it is easier for beginners to follow, includes a list of abbreviations and step by step construction details with photos to help you. The pattern is written in English. All pieces are knitted flat on straight needles except any i-cord knitted pieces which are knitted on two double pointed needles.

Materials:

  • All pieces are knitted flat on straight needles except any i-cord knitted pieces which are knitted on two double pointed needles

You Will Also Need:

  • toy filling, tapestry or darning needle

About Designer

About Designer

Amanda J Berry on craftsy.com

My name is Amanda Berry and I love knitting, sewing and anything crafty!
I started designing my own toys as fluff and fuzz in 2010, and my knitting and sewing patterns have been featured in Let's Knit, Craftseller, and Lets Get Crafting Magazines.

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