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Pig Knitting Pattern


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This is a listing for my medium size pig knitting pattern. She is such a sweet character. I have knitted her in a double knitting wool and her finished measurements are: 4 inches tall 5.5 inches from tail to snout This pattern is quite easy, it is knitted in stocking stitch, with increasing and decreasing. I have knitted the tail as an i-cord. I have knitted with size 4mm straight needles and this pattern is flat. If you ever need to ask me a question about the pattern, I am just an email away. The eyes have been needle felted on with fleece and a felting needle. The pattern is 10 pages long with lovely photos of the creative process:) ***I also have a pattern for a large pig, it is in the shop*** As soon as I have received payment, your pattern will be emailed to you within 24 hours. Please note, this pattern is for personal use only, and not for resale and is not to be shared. Please ask you friends to visit my shop and buy a copy of this pattern instead of sharing it with them. ***You CAN sell finished items knitted from this pattern as long as you credit me, Linda Dawkins, Mamma4earth as the designer. Thank you*** Copyright of Mamma4earth (c) Mamma4earth Facebook Page: Blog: Warmly Linda BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knitted in stocking stitch with increasing and decaresing. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 inches tall 5.5 inches from tail to snout

Supplies Needed

  • Aran weight wool, 4mm needles

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I have always loved knitting, my mom taught me to knit when I was 5 years old. I live in South Africa with my wonderful husband and our four children. We have a little suburban homestead where we grow veggies and fruit and live a sustainable lifestyle. We have a whole troop of chickens, rabbits, cats, birds, fish and a Labrador called Sandy. I love to create designs of animals. I look at their shape, watch their movement and then I can see a pattern of stitches forming before my eyes, its like magic! Have an inspired day. Warmly Linda