Peggy,Pedro and Pepe Penguin

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Peggy,Pedro and Pepe Penguin Pattern

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Knitting: Peggy,Pedro and Pepe Penguin
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic knitting skills, following patterns
  • working two colourways together
  • increasing and decreasing evenly

Pattern Description:

I was approached by an associate at my branch of the CIBC bank to knit a penguin like the CIBC Adventura Credit Card Penguin. She gave me a tiny plastic model and I designed it to resemble the bank mascot.
Then, with Peggy done I decided she needed a mate.. Pedro.. this one I changed to feet to a standing position and knit the eyes instead of using glue one goodly eyes.
But you know I wasn't finished .. I had to make a baby.
Baby penguins are fuffy.. thus the eyelash ( or dollarama eyelash-type yarn) .
The family is complete.. the bank is delighted and I hope you all will be too.

Gauge:

18 stitches x 24 rows= 4 in swatch

Materials:

  • 1-100gm ball Bernat Satin in black
  • 1-100 gm ball Bernat Satin White
  • 25 gm orange worsted yarn
  • size 10 needles
  • 1 35 gm ball eyelash yarn in grey/white colour
  • size 9mm safety eyes for each
  • toy stuffing

You Will Also Need:

  • dpn needles for baby's beak
  • tapestry needle
  • stitch markers

Suggested yarn:

400 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Bernat Satin

Colorway:

Black and White

About Designer

About Designer

Tatsgran on craftsy.com

I knit to relax and put the problems of life into the back of my mind..knitting takes me to another world and designing is a challenge for me to rejuvenate the senior brain cells.
My introduction to the world of designing began and continues on Knitters Paradise..where I am known as Tat'sgran and a regular contributer.

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