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Oh my goodness. I was just looking at Westie things on Pinterest and came across this little guy. I lost my buddy Casper in March to cancer in his head. He was 3 months shy of turning 16. I have had the most difficult time. This is by far the cutest stuffed animal I have seen depicting a Westie and believe me I've searched a lot out trying to find a huggable friend:) I was disappointed he was only a pattern to knit considering I have no crafting ability! He looks so soft and happy:)
I'm so sorry to hear of your loss! Thank you for your kind words. My Westie is designed after my sister's westie, Duffy.
Hello Rainebo, would you mind accepting an order for this pattern? I don't knit but I saw this and she looks exactly like my baby! I call her my little Highlander :) Do please let me know. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
where can i purchase the pattern?
Hi, Maggie! Thanks for your interest in my Westie Puppy Pattern! You can purchase the pattern right here on Craftsy. Just click the "Add Pattern To Cart" button and you're on your way! Enjoy!
Thank you for this gorgeous pattern. I am knitting it for my 9 year old granddaughter whom would love a Westie for a pet. I am having a little trouble with the front paw as it is written. I would appreciate your clarification. But thanks again. Regards JoyclynFront Paw & Front Leg (Make 2): (You will be working from the paw to the top of the leg.)Row 7: K12, inc8, k12 = 40 sts Rows 8-18: Work in St st, beg with purlRow 19: K4, dec16, k4 = 24 stsI had the correct stitches and knitting correctly to ROW 18 Row 19 appears incorrect ? should it be DEC 32?As K4 dec 16 K4 = 24 as you say but there are 40 stitches on needle at the beginning of row 19.I would appreciate your assistance Thank you Joyclyn I would appreciate it if you could email me directly email@example.com
Hi, Joyclyn!Thank you so much for purchasing my pattern! I'm glad you like it. Actually, Row 19 IS correct as written. I will email you with the explanation.
Are the instructions completely written out or are they abbreviated? Thank you. Really lifelike.
The instructions are written out with abbreviation such as "dec" for decrease, "inc" for increase, etc., but all abbreviations are listed and explained in the notes of the pattern, so they are very easy to understand.
How wonderful your Westie is. I am Scottish ..born and bred...from Edinburgh...I so appreciate what you are able to do with this pattern. I have never seen another to match this ever. Thank you. Cannot wait to get started.
I so appreciate your positive comments! Thank you so very much!
I love this pattern. I am so excited to get started! You truly have a God given gift for design and knitting. Thanks for sharing
How very kind of you! I thank God for all the help he gives me! Thank you so much! I'm so glad you love Westie. Have fun creating yours.
You have captured a very realistic Westie in your pattern, you certainly are a very talented designer. Love all your patterns.
What a lovely compliment! Thank you so much for taking the time to comment on Westie! I'm so happy you love my patterns!
my grand daughter will love him she has a Carin terrier
I didn't realize how many people have this kind of dog until I put this up. So many people have told me their dog looks just like my Westie Puppy pattern. That's so good to hear! Thank you!
I have just bought 5 balls of the ice white long eyelash wool. Will that be enough for this gorgeous pattern. Absolutely love him
Thank you so much! Westie sits about 13" tall (without his ears), so he's not tiny. I used about 440 yds. of the long eyelash yarn, which was 12 balls. Unless you have large balls, I doubt that 5 balls would be enough to make him.
Almost too cute for words-so very well designed
Thank you so very much for your kind words!
You have really captured the look of a puppy, its lovely.
Oh, thank you ever so much! So glad you like him!
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