Project

not so itty-bitty giraffe

What you will need

  • knitted worsted

Q&A with jolwright

karakoolkitty asked:
OMG!! Your stuffie is so cute and adorable. I love the way the stripes spiral around her little legs. How amazingly clever and creative you are! I would love to adopt her into our stuffie collection. Good job!
jolwright answered:
Thank you for your kind words. She is basically the not so itty-bitty giraffe pattern. I changed the body shape so that there was not such a long, narrow neck and extended the nose to make it more horse-like. I also added great big round eyes. My "joke" was that being an itty-bitty giraffe she was beginning to think that maybe she was adopted.
PeggyE. asked:
Way too cute! I love him!
jolwright answered:
Thank you for your kind words. She is basically the not so itty-bitty giraffe pattern. I changed the body shape so that there was not such a long, narrow neck and extended the nose to make it more horse-like. I also added great big round eyes. My "joke" was that being an itty-bitty giraffe she was beginning to think that maybe she was adopted.
webbcdr@gmail.com asked:
He is wonderful. I just signed up for the class mainly because of how cute your "adopted one "turned out. May I ask what yarn you used to get the striped look?
jolwright answered:
I just used regular worsted weight one skein of black. One skein of white. Then just alternated rows.
claudiall asked:
Cute and lovely!! wow!!
jolwright answered:
Thank you. She is starting to realize that if she is an itty-bitty giraffe then she must have been adopted

Skill Level

Intermediate

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