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Mini the Monkey

from Huggable Bears
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Mini the Monkey
Mini the Monkey
Mini the Monkey
Mini the Monkey
Mini the Monkey
Mini the Monkey

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on/off
  • Increase by knitting into same stitch, front and back
  • Decrease by purling/knitting 2 together
  • Tiny amount of colour work (2 rows)
  • Sewing up/assembly

Pattern Description:

In my quest to supply entertainment for my grandson I designed a mini monkey. He loves him as he's totally flexible and easy to carry around.

Mini the Monkey is a petite monkey, measuring 30cm/12 inches from head to toe. His tummy measures 25cm/10 inches. His body and legs are knitted as one piece with knee and elbow joints to make him completely flexible.

He can be knitted with any worsted weight/Aran yarns. I have tried eyelash, boa, fleecy yarns such as Snowflake and Pipsqueak, or soft chenille.

He is knitted flat and assembled.

This pattern includes a detailed step-by-step guide; full of photos and tips to help you assemble your monkey. Print warning: It may be best to print just the knitting directions and save the step-by-step guide to refer to as and when necessary on screen or it will drink your printer ink and eat your paper!!

Gauge:

n/a

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 30cm/12 inches from head to toe
  • tummy measures 25cm/10 inches

Materials:

  • 75-grams/110-yards/100 meters eyelash yarn (Yarn A)
  • 25 grams/40 yards/30 meters worsted weight (Yarn B)
  • 3.5mm/4US straight knitting needles
  • Yarn sewing needle

You Will Also Need:

  • Toy Stuffing/filler
  • 10mm-12mm toy safety eyes
  • Embroidery thread

Suggested yarn:

110 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Ice Yarn Eyelash

Colorway:

N/A
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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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