Maribo mouse

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Maribo mouse Pattern

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Knitting: Maribo mouse
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Quick easy knit suitable for confident beginner

Pattern Description:

Cheese? What cheese??
Maribo the innocent looking little mouse sits 6 inches high, just the right size for tiny hands :o)
A quick, easy pattern, with all pieces knitted flat on 3mm needles using DK or equivalent yarn.

The pattern itself is clearly written and easy to follow with many pictures to help you along the way. There are no complicated stitches or shaping.

This toy is suitable for a confident beginner to make.

Materials needed
DK or equivalent yarns in the following colours
Medium grey - less than 30g
Pale pink - less than 10g
Cream or white - scrap
Scrap of black for embroidering mouth
3mm needles - used throughout
A pair of 15mm plastic toy eyes in your preferred colour
Plastic toy nose approximately 15mm
Fibrefill

Abbreviations used
K = knit
p = purl
st/sts = stitch/stitches
tog = knit/purl next two stitches together
inc1 = knit into the front and the back of the next stitch to increase

Gauge:

Not really important, but for a guide he was knitted at 7sts and 11 rows to the inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6 inches high

Materials:

  • Please see main pattern description

About Designer

About Designer

phoeny on craftsy.com

I am an independent designer of knitted toys. I have been designing since 2009.
I love to design the unusual, fantasy creatures and long forgotten children's toys are also a favourite.
I have spent a lifetime of crafting, from painting and sketching through to running my own ceramic studio, I am never without a project of some kind or another on the go - and quite often more than a couple at ...

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