The Gamekeeper doll

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The Gamekeeper doll Pattern

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Knitting: The Gamekeeper doll
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • There are no complicated stitches or shaping, I would class this as a toy suitable for a confident beginner

Pattern Description:

Standing 12 inches high, this little doll is similar to Hagrid from the Harry Potter films. He comes complete with instructions for the dead ferret, knife and little pouch.
The pattern is easy to follow and there are no complicated stitches or shaping. You will need to be able to work with short rows for the jerkin - an explanation on how to do these is also included in the pattern.
MATERIALS NEEDED
DK/worsted
Black/dark brown/light brown/flesh/white
Small amount of Black mohair
Small amount of gold crochet yarn or yellow yarn
Small amount of silver crochet yarn or grey yarn
3mm/ 11 UK needles
2 Small white beads for eyes
Twig or bamboo skewer (optional)
Cocktail stick and tiny length of fuse or florist wire for knife (optional)
Plastic drinking straw
Stuffing

Gauge:

Not important as long as you are consistent although this toy was knitted at 8 sts and 11 rows to the inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 12 inches high

Materials:

  • Please she the main description for materials needed

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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