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Little Furry Friends

from Huggable Bears
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Little Furry Friends
Little Furry Friends
Little Furry Friends
Little Furry Friends
Little Furry Friends
Little Furry Friends

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, purl, cast on/off, increase, decrease
  • Basic sewing

Pattern Description:

This is an eBook of all in the series of Little Furry Friends. This eBook includes: Cheeky Monkey; Little Piggy; Little Puppy; Little Kitten and Bear Cub.

I've worked on this series to create a collection of cuddlies all around a similar size, using a similar amount of yarn. What a lovely series of cuddlies you could create for someone special in your life.

Each cuddly has its own step by step assembly guide to help you to create a perfect toy.

Each Furry Friend can be purchase individually, patterns can be seen in my listings.

Printing warning: Because I have included a step by step assembly guide, full of useful photos, this file has many pages. You may wish to print pattern pages, while saving the step by step guide in your Document file to be referred to as and when necessary

Gauge:

Size dependant on yarn weight/needle size.

Its a good idea to use a small needle size to create a tight weave to your knitted fabric.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Between 7 and 15 inches

Materials:

  • 100grams/170 meters eyelash yarn (per toy)
  • 25 grams/50 meters double knit/lightweight worsted (per toy)
  • 3.5mm/4US straight knitting needles
  • Yarn sewing needle
  • Embroidery thread/floss

You Will Also Need:

  • 10/12mm safety eyes (per toy)
  • 12/14mm safety nose (per toy)
  • Toy filler

Suggested yarn:

170 meters of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Eyelash/feather/chenille/cotton

Colorway:

n/a
pdf Digital Download

$20.00

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About the designer

I learnt the art of knitting when I was about 5 years old. Even at that age I was never happy to follow a pattern, always wanting to try something different.

After a shoulder injury I found I ...

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