Pumpkin Head (small)

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Pumpkin Head (small) Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Garter (knit) Stitch
  • i-cord

Pattern Description:

Knit your own cuddly pumpkin heads (2.5" tall). This pumpkin head is easy to make and would be a great Halloween gift, decoration or party favor.

For an ADVANCED BEGINNER knitter. The pumpkin is mostly knitted flat on straight needles using short row shaping (fully explained in the pattern). The stalk is knitted on dpns using i-cord.

HINTS AND TIPS to help you with this pattern are available on my blog http://nattyknitter.wordpress.com this is mentioned in the pattern.

Gauge:

6.5 stitches and 9 rows in stockinette stitch = 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 2.5" tall

Materials:

  • 40 yards of orange worsted weight yarn
  • Scrap of green worsted weight yarn (approximately 1 yard)
  • US size 5 (3.75 mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • US size 5 (3.75 mm)double pointed needles (dpns)
  • Fiberfill
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scrap of brown yarn for embroidery

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 buttons for eyes

Suggested yarn:

45 yards of Worsted weight

About Designer

About Designer

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Natty Knits
by Natty-Knits
San Francisco, Bay Area, CA US
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I'm an expat Brit living in the San Francisco Bay Area and a stay at home Mum. I'm also an avid knitter with many ideas for interesting designs using unusual construction and techniques.


My Mum taught me to knit when I was 7 years old, I thought I'd forgotten it but when I came back to knitting 7 years ago I discovered that it was all still there.


I love to knit in 3D and around ...

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