Tombie the zombie (Interactive toy)

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Tombie the zombie (Interactive toy) Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The actual knitting of the pieces is very straightforward, however, sewing on the
  • hook and loop can be a little tricky as I do not advise you use the self adhesive type

Pattern Description:

A 12 inch high fully - rip -apart - able toy zombie .
The limbs and head are all held on the main body with Velcro (Loop and Hook fastener) which makes a gruesome ripping noise when pull off. The torso pulls in two revealing innards.
While the little girls are happy playing with their dolls, and cuddly toys, here is something for the little boys :o)

The pattern includes many useful photo's to help you get Tombie just right.

Knitted flat on 3 and 4mm needles, using DK yarns, the only toy I have ever made that I enjoyed dropping stitches and making holes in my work :o)

Gauge:

Not important

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Tombie is 12 inches high

Materials:

  • DK or equivalent yarns
  • 3mm needles
  • 4mm needles
  • hook and loop fastener (velcro)
  • 13mm white plastic button with shank
  • 10mm plastic toy eye colour of your choice
  • small quantity of thin red and pink ribbon or trimmings

You Will Also Need:

  • make sure to follow the instructions regarding which side of the velcro to put where as this avoids the knitted pieces getting stuck where they shouldn't :o)

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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