Dalla the Duck

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Dalla the Duck Pattern


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Knitting: Dalla the Duck
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit in the round
  • knit in the round on two needles
  • simple decreases and increases

Pattern Description:

Dalla wants to be your friend! She loves to play with you, to comfort you when you're sad and to make you smile with her cuteness.

This pattern is knit in the round with wings, feet and beak knit separately and sewn on later or, if you prefer, you can pick up the stitches for legs, wings and beak along the body and knit directly from there to save some sewing on later. This is an easy pattern which uses basic increases and decreases, knit in the rounds, sometimes on two needles. The gauge is not important for these patterns, but, as with all toys, you should use needles one size smaller than indicated on the yarn to prevent the fiberfill from showing.

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Pattern for personal use only! Pattern and items made from it may not be sold.


  • set of 5 double pointed needles
  • tapestry needle
  • 40g of yellow DK weight yarn (cotton)
  • 10g of orange DK weight yarn (cotton)
  • black scrap yarn for the eyes

Suggested yarn:

130 yards of DK weight

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I'm addicted to cute toys and colourful small knits, so I can't stop making and designing them.

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