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That Funky Monkey


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NOW available here on Ravelry and in my Etsy store. This no sock regular monkey! He's about 26 inches tall. He's Kong sized:) A whimsical pattern.... just for fun. Soft and cuddly...and FUNKY! Big enough to be a throw pillow or a little one's best friend. Removable wings to encourage little fingers to practice tying bows and knots. ** 14 pages of instructions include:** Step by step/ row by row instructions Multiple color photos and illustrations Stitch guide Shopping list Design notes, optional embellishment ideas and tips pattern support from the designer via email or Craftsy messaging Big enough to make a comfy, yet funky neck roll pillow. This is an intermediate level project. If you are comfortable with most sock knitting techniques, this will be a fun pattern for you. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl k2tog p2tog kitchener stitch use DPNs knit in the round (use circular needles GAUGE 22 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches

Recommended with this pattern

  • sport weight to DK weight yarn
  • buttons
  • tapestry needle

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It all started when I was pregnant with kid #3. I had been using a Winnie the POO (pun intended) diaper bag for 5 years strait and the thought of lugging it around for another 3 years WAS UNBEARABLE!!! At the same time, I noticed a woman with a cute over sized bag and asked about it. When I found out how it was made, I thought, I can do that. And I did! Then all of my neighbors wanted one. I am completely a self taught knitter. When I was an EXTREMELY BORED kid, I fashioned some needles from the dowels I pulled off of a couple of wooden coat hangers. I used an encyclopedia to learn the knit and purl stitches . I did not touch another pair of needles again until I was 34 and needed that diaper bag. Since then, I have sold hundreds of bags, over 2,000 patterns. Although I mostly self publish, my designs have been included in bestselling books, magazines and knitting calendars.