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Miss Fanny the Fabulous Fox


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Miss Fanny is a fabulous fox! She is the latest in our pocket pal series, and quite possibly my favorite so far. Like our other Pocket Pals, she has a tummy pocket that can hold treasures or secrets in a little notebook. She can be easily knit in a variety of sizes by varying your yarn weight and adjusting your needle size accordingly. For all you sock knitters out there, the mini fox is a perfect and adorable way to use up leftover sock yarn in your stash. This pattern features short rows and double knitting. It includes charts as well as links to photo tutorials on the internet. While these can be challenging techniques for a beginning knitter, we think a toy is the perfect, low pressure place to try them out. (The pattern also includes a printed ruler. To be sure it's accurate, print this pattern at FULL size.) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, short row, increase and decrease learn to double knit arms and legs GAUGE Mini - 8 1/2 sts + 12 rows to 1" Maxi - 9 sts + 12 rows to 2" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Mini - 7" Maxi 18"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Mini - MC 45 yards + CC 30 yards sock weight yarn
  • needle size 0 / 2mm
  • Maxi - MC 164 yards + CC 80 Yards bulky weight yarn

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I love to knit which is very fortunate because I live in Wisconsin where you need warm clothing most of the year. When I am not making sweaters and mittens I knit toys. Lots of toys - toys are perfect for exploring new knitting techniques. They are small so they don't take much time or yarn. I put my toys up for adoption when they are done. I knit toys for PB&J a charity that collects toys and hats for Milwaukee's Children's Hospital. The toys go to the HOT unit where children stay while undergoing treatment or waiting for a transplant. I started writing up patterns for the toys I make. What makes my toys different is that each one has a pocket for an extra little treat or a little book.