JellyBum Goat

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JellyBum Goat Pattern

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Knitting: JellyBum Goat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, increasing, decreasing, stockinette stitch, garter stitch, seaming (via mattress stitch), i-cord (optional)

Pattern Description:

I am in love with amigurumi style, only problem is i don't crochet! so i decided to create these adorable little knitted amigurumi patterns called the Jelly Bums. My aim was to make easy patterns with super cute finished toys and i think you'll agree once you've knit one of these little cuties up for a loved one.

This is a mix and match pattern - there are four different body types to choose from ( a full soft toy, a desk top soft toy, an egg cosy and a finger puppet) as well as three different leg types for the soft toy option (dangly legs, animal legs and big foot legs) so you can create lots of different combos until your heart is content.

There are now over 30 Jelly Bum animal patterns available so you can have lots of friends to join your little goat.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • With legs: approx 7" tall
  • Without legs: approx 4" tall

Materials:

  • Set of 3.25mm needles (UK 10, US 3)
  • 25g Double Knitting (DK) yarn (brown and beige)
  • Toy stuffing
  • 5mm safety eyes (optional) or small scraps of black yarn
  • Brown embroidery thread or scraps of brown yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

Jelly Bum on craftsy.com

I'm a toy pattern designer from North east Scotland. A wife of one and mum of three, I love designing patterns as a way to put my ideas onto paper but mostly I love to see what other people create with my patterns.
In my non crafting life Ii am a student midwife currently on maternity leave.

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