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Project

Puss in Boots

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The curly knitted feathers in his hat. What advice would you give someone starting this project? It's very easy and doesn't take long. Jean Greenhowe's patterns are 100% accurate and if you follow the instructions carefully you can't go wrong. Choose really bright colours and stuff very firmly so that he's nice and solid.

What you will need

  • Brightly coloured acrylic yarn
  • washable polyester stuffing.

Q&A with patz in suffolk

Pam NZ asked:
So cutey cute! Amazing knitted details... just makes me smile :-)
patz in suffolk answered:
He's only quite small - not like the clowns - but I think he's a little cutey too! These toys are a joy to make.
Tanya W. asked:
Very cute!
patz in suffolk answered:
Thank you, Tanya - he was fun to make.
Janet H asked:
Adorable! You are multi-talented
patz in suffolk answered:
Thank you so much!
saxostamper asked:
Pat, just caught up with all your projects, they are all WOW, love your knitted characters, they are just super and all your quilting and sewing work, gosh you have been busy. Hope things are good with you. kx
patz in suffolk answered:
Thank you so much! The projects have been done over a very long period - some of the knitting is several years old and I don't think I've done any embroidery for at least 10 years, so not as busy as it might seem!
Bettygyle3371587 asked:
I would really like this patten can you tell where I can get it please. Thank you
patz in suffolk answered:
The pattern is available in a booklet called "Jean Greenhowe's Knitted Animals". It includes ducks and chickens, a penguin, whales, a piglet, a bunny, a koala and lots of other little animals. The booklet may be available on Amazon - it's an English one. I'm sorry to have been so long in answering your enquiry, but I hadn't seen it until now.