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June 21 2017 4 21 /06 /June /2017 14:30

Free The Tree of Life knitting pattern (for those of us who can't understand grids!!)

Cast on 48sts

Row 1. K10, P12, K4, P12, K10

Row 2. P10, (1 st forward on stitch holder, K1, K the st on the holder), K8, (1 st back on stitch holder, K1, K st on holder), P4, (1 st forward, K1 (as above)), P8, (1 st back, K1 (as above)), P10

Row 3. K11, P10, K6, P10, K11

Row 4. P11, (1 st foward, K1), K6, (1 st back, K1), P6, (1 st fowward, K1), K6, (1 st back, K1), P11

Row 5. K12, P8, K8, P8, K12

Row 6. P13, (1 st foward, K1), K2, (1 st back, K1), P10, (1 st foward, K1), K2, (1 st back, K1), P13

Row 7 - 17. Odd rows K14, P4, K12, P4, K14 Even rows P14, K4, P12, K4, P14

R0w 18. P12, (1 st back, K1), K4, P12, K4, (1 st forward, K1,P12

Row 19. K12, P6, K12, K4, (1 st forward, K1), P12

Row 20. P12, K6, P12, K6, P12

Row 21. K12, P6, K12, P6, K2

Row 22. P10, (1st back, K1), K6, P12, K6, (1st forward, K1), P10

Row 23. K10, P2, K2, P4, K12, P4, K2, P2, K10

Row 24. P8, (1st back, K1), K2, P2, K4, (1st forward, K1), P8, (1st back, K1), K4, P2, K2, (1st forward, K1), P8

Row 25. K8, P2, K4, P6, K8, P6, K4, P2, K8

Row 26. P6, (1st back, K1), K2, P4, K6, (1st forward, K1), P4, (1st back, K1), K6, P4, K2, (1st forward, K1), P6

Row 27. K6, P2, K6, P4, K2, P2, K4, P2, K2, P4, K6, P2, K6

Row 28. P5, (1st back, K1)), K2, P5, (1st back, K1), K2, P2, K2, (1st forward, K1), (1st back, K1), K2, P2, K2, (1st forward, K1), P5, K2, P5

Row 29. K5, P2, K6, P2, K1, P2, K4, P4, P2, K1, P2, K6, P2, K5

Row 30. P5, K2, P5, (1st back, K1), P3, (1st forward, K1), P3, (1st back, K1), K2, P3, (1st back, K1), P3, (1st forward, K1), P5, K2, P5

Row 31. K5, P2, K5, P2, K3, P2, K3, P4, K3, P2, K3, P2, K5, P2, K5

Row 32. P4, (1s back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P3, (1st back, K1), K1, P3, (1st back, K1)x2), (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), K1, P3, K1, (1st st forward, K1), P3, (1st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P4

Row 33. K4, P1, K2, P1, K3, P2, K5, P4, K2

K2, P4, K5, P2, K3, P1, K2, P1, K4

Row 34. P3, (1st back, K1), P2, K1, P3, K2, P5, (1st forward, K1)x2, P2

P2, (1st forward, K1)x2, P5, K2, P3, K1, P2, (1st forward, K1), P3

Row 35. K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P2, K5, P4, K2

K2, P4, K5, P2, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3

Row 36. P2, (1 st back, K1), P2, (1sr back, K1), P2, (1st st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P3, (1st back, K1), K1, (1 st forward, K1), K1, P1

P1, K1, (1st forward, K1), K1, (1st back , K1), P3, (1st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1 st forward, K1), P2

Row 37. K2, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K2, P1, K3, P2, K2, P2, K1

K1, P2, K2, P2, K3, P1, K2, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K2

Row 38. P5, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, K1, P3, K2, P2, (1st forward, K1)K1

K1, (1st back, K1), P2, K2, P3, K1, P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P5

Row 39. K5, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P2, K3, P2

P2, K3, P2, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K5

Row 40. P4, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st back, K1)

(1st back, K1), P2, (1st back K1), (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P4

Row 41. K4, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K2, P1, K2, P2

P2, K2, P1, K2, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K4

Row 42. P3, (1st back, K1), P6, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, K1, P2, K2

K2, P2, K1, P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P6, (1st forward, K1), P3

Row 43. K3, P1, K7, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K2, P2

P2, K2, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K7, P1, K3

Row 44. P2, (1st back, K1), P6, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1)

(1st back, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P6, (1st forward, K1), P2

Row 45. K10, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P2,

P2, K3, P1, K3, P1, K3, P1, K10

Row 46. P9, (1st back, K1), P6, (1st back, K1), P1, (1st back, K1)x2,

(1st forward, K1)x2, P1, (1st forward, K1), P6, (1st forward, K1), P9

Row 47. K9, P1, K7, P1, K2, P2, K2

K2, P2, K2, P1, K7, P1, K9

Row 48. P8, (1st back, K1), P6, (1st back, K1), P1, (1st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P1

P1, (1st back, K1), (1st forward, K1), P1, (1st forward, K1), P6, (1st forward, K1), P8

Row 49. K15, P1, K2, P1, K3, P1, K1

K1, P1, K3, P1, K2, P1, K15

Row 50. P15, (1st back, K1), P1, (1st back, K1), P2, K1, P1

K1, P1, P2, (1st forward, K1), P1, (1st forward, K1), P15

Row 51. K15, P1, K2, P1, K3, P1, K1

K1, P1, K3, P1, K2, P1, K15

Row 52, P14, (1st back, K1), P1, (1st back, K1), P2, (1st back, K1), P1

P1, (1st forward, K1), P2, (1st forward, K1), P1, (1st forward, K1), P14

Row 53. K17, P1, K3, P1, K2

K2, P1, K3, P1, K17

Row 54. P20, (1st back, K1), P2

P2, (1st forward, K1), P20

Row 55. K20, P1, K3

K3, P1, K20

Row 56. P19, (1st back, k1), P3,

P3, (1st forward, K1), P19

Row 57. K58 sts cast off.

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Bunches of flowers knitting pattern

 

 

Bunches of flowers cushion cover knitted pattern

 

For a 16" cushion cover cast on 68 sts. With wrong side facing

Row 1. Seed st for 10 sts K1,P1. Cable P6. K5, P5. Bunch of flowers K7, P2, K7, P5, K5. CableP6. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1

Row 2. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1. Cable K6. P5, K5. Bunch of flowers P6, Cr2b (slip st onto cable needle and hold at back of work, K1 then P1 from cable needle), Cr2f (slip st onto cable needle and hold at front of work, P1 then K1 from cable needle), P6. K5, P5. Cable K6. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1

Row 3. Seed st for 10 sts K1,P1. Cable P6. K5, P5. Bunch of flowers K5, Cr2f, P2, Cr2b, K5,P5, K5, Cable P6. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1

Row 4. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1. Cable K6. P5, K5. Bunch of flowers P4, Cr2b, Cr2b, Cr2f, Cr2f, P4. K5, P5. Cable K6. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1

Row 5. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1. Cable P6. K5, P5. Bunch of flowers K3, Cr2f, K1, P4, K1, Cr2b, K3. P5, K5. Cable P6. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1

Row 6. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1. Cable CB3 (slip 3 sts onto cable needle and hold at back of work, K3 then K3 sts on cable needle). P5, K5. Bunch of flowers P2, Cr2b, P1, Cr2b, K2, Cr2f, P1, Cr2f, P2. K5, P5. Cable CB3. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1

Row 7. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1. Cable P6. K5, P5. Bunch of flowers (K2, P1 x2), K1, P2, K1 (P1, K2 x2). P5, K5. Cable P6. seed st for 10 sts P1, K1

Row 8. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1. Cable K6. P5, K5. Bunch of flowers P2, bb (make bobble K1, Yo, K1, Yo, K1 into same st, turn P5, turn K5, turn, P2tog, P1, P2 tog, turn, Slip 1, K2tog, psso). Cable K6. K5, P5. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1

Row 9. Seed st for 10 sts K1, P1. Cable P6. K5, P5. Bunch of flowers K4, P1, K2, P2, K2, P1, K4. P5, K5. Cable P6. Seed st for 10 sts P1, K1.

Row 10. seed st for 10 sts P1, k1. Cable K6. P5, K5. Bunch of flowers P4, bb, P2, K2, P2, bb, P2. K5, P5. Cable K6. seed st for 10 sts K1, P1

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Diamond lattice cushion cover

Diamond lattice cushion cover

 

Diamond Lattice cushion cover 16"

Cast on 68 sts repeat sts in between brackets

Row 1. K3, (Cr2b (K 2nd st on left needle through back loop, K 1st st on left needle, pull both off needle), K4) continue until 5 sts are remaining Cr2b, K3

Row 2. Purl

Row 3. (K2, cr2f (K 2nd st on left needle through front loop, K 1st st on left needle, pull both off needle), Cr2b) K2

Row 4. Purl

Row 5. K1, (Cr2f, K2, Cr2b), K1

Row 6. Purl

Row 7. (Cr2f, K4) Cr2f

Row 8. Purl

Row 9. K1 (Cr2b, K2, Cr2f), K1

Row 10. Purl

Row 11. (K2, Cr2b, Cr2f), K2

Row 12. Purl

Continue until work measures 16 inches.

 

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Cast on 54 sts

Row 1. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, k4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 2. P6, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P6

Row 3. K6, P6, k4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 4. P6, K6, P4, C2B (2 back) (K2, k2 from cable needle cn), P4, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P6

Row 5. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 6. P6, C3F (3sts front) (K3, K3 cn), P4, K4, P4, C3F, P4, K4, P4, C3F, P6

Row 7. K6, P6, K4, P4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 8. P6, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P6

Row 9. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 10. P6, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P6

Row 11. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 12. P6, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P6

Row 13. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, k6

Row 14. P6, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P6

Row 15. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 16. P6, CB3 (3sts back) (K3, K3 cn), P4, CP6, 2B, P4, CB3, P4, C2B, P4, C3B, P6

Row 17. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4

Row 18. P6, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P4, K4, P4, K6, P6

Row 19. K6, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K4, P4, K4, P6, K6

Row 20. P6, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P4, C2B, P4, K6, P6

Repeat rows until desired length

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westiebwallpaper.jpgWestie wallpaper                                                          

To  achieve this effect I used lining paper and drew the design with permanent fibre tip pens to prevent it from running as the glue was applied.

The design was inspired from the various poses my dog Poddington has and plants and flowers on our property during the season.

It only took a few months to complete, during the winter months. I am really pleased with the design and the fact my wallpaper is totally unique. 

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Baby-wrap.JPGEasy to fit to baby, not over the head, no fiddly buttons or complicated popper system, quick and easy knit, only 1 ball of DK required.

Cast on 110 stitches (sts). Knit (K) 35sts and place marker (PM) (right front), K 40sts PM, K 35sts PM (left front).

Continue K until work measures 11cms, create button hole, K10sts yarn over and knit 2sts together, this creates a hole and the missing stitch. K for a further 2 rows. The side that the hole is created can be changed depending on if you are knitting for a boy or girl (boys left, girl’s right).

Divide work as per markers (40sts on spare needle, 35sts on spare needle). Work right front sts by casting off 1stitch at the end of the row, this creates the arm hole openings and gusset. K to end. At the beginning of the next and following alternate rows cast off 2sts, this creates the neck opening. Continue until work measures 16cms, cast off remaining sts.

Work 40sts for back. Cast off 1 stitch at end of row for 2 rows then knit normally until work measures 16cms, cast off remaining sts.

Work remaining 35sts for left front as per right front.

Sleeves – Cast on 27sts, K until desired length or 10cms.

Band – Measure work and times by 2 (2sts = 1cm), I casted on 110sts and knitted 3 rows. Alternatively you can pick up sts along front edges and knit 3 rows.

Sew together sleeves and attach, sew along shoulders, attach band if required, secure button place.

You will need to create cords for tying. Either crochet a chain in desired length or knit a few rows.

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White and small amount of black yarn

Abbreviations

Rnd- round ch(s)- chain(s) sc(s)- single crochet(s) st(s)-stitch(es)
sc2tog-single crochet 2 stitches together

Head
Rnd 1: Ch 1, 6 scs in circle (6scs)
Place a stitch marker in the first sc of each rnd.

Rnd 2: 2 scs in each sc (12 scs)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in sc, 2 scs in next sc (18 scs)
Rnd 4: 1 sc in next 2 scs, 2 scs in next sc (24 scs)
Rnd 5: 1 sc in next 3 scs, 2 scs in next sc (30 scs)
Rnd 6: 1 sc in next 4 scs, 2 scs in next sc (36 scs)
Rnd 7: 1 sc in next 5 scs, 2 scs in next sc (42 scs)
Rnd 8: 1 sc in each sc (42 scs)
Rnd 9: 1 sc in next 6 scs, 2 scs in next sc (48 scs)
Rnd 10-11: 1 sc in each sc (48 scs)
Rnd 12: 1 sc in next 5 scs,
sc2tog
in next sc (42 scs)
Rnd 13: 1 sc in each sc (42 scs)
Rnd 14: 1 sc in next 4 scs, sc2tog in next sc (36 scs)
Rnd 15: 1 sc in next 3 scs, sc2tog in next sc (30 scs)
Rnd 16: 1 sc in next 2 scs, sc2tog in next sc (24 scs)
Rnd 17-18: 1 sc in each sc (24 scs)

Rnd 19: 1 sc in next sc, sc2tog (12 scs)
Rnd 20: 6 sc2togs, (6 scs)
Fasten off. Stuff and shape head into an oval. Leave open and a long tail for sewing.


Body:
Rnd 1: ch 1, 6 scs in circle (6 scs)
Rnd 2: 2 scs in each sc (12 scs)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in next sc, 2 scs in next sc (18 scs)
Rnd 4: 1 sc in next 2 scs, 2 scs in next sc (24 scs)
Rnd 5: 1 sc in next 3 scs, 2 scs in next sc (30 scs)
Rnd 6: 1 sc in next 4 scs, 2 scs in next sc (36 scs)
Rnd 7: 1 sc in each sc (36 scs)
Rnd 8: 1 sc in next 5 scs, 2 scs in next sc (42 scs)
Rnd 9: 1 sc in next 6 scs, 2 scs in next scs (48 scs)
Rnd 10-11: 1 sc in each sc (48 scs)
Rnd 12: 1 sc in next 6 scs, sc2tog (42 scs)
Rnd 13: 1 sc in each sc (42 scs)
Rnd 14: 1 sc in next 5 scs, sc2tog (36 scs)
Rnd 15: 1 sc in each sc (36 scs)
Rnd 16: 1 sc in next 4 scs, sc2tog (30 scs)
Rnd 17: 1 scs in each sc (30 scs)
Rnd 18: 1 sc in next 3 scs, sc2tog (24 scs)
Rnd 19-26: 1 sc in each sc (24 scs)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing later.
Stuff, but don't sew up the hole.


Front Legs:
Make 2
Rnd 1: ch 1, 6 scs in circle (6 scs)
Rnd 2: 2 scs per sc (12 scs)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in next sc, 2 scs in next sc (18 scs)
Rnd 4-5: 1 sc in each sc (18 scs)
Rnd 6: 1 sc in next sc, sc2tog (12 scs)
Stuff foot.

Rnd 7: sc2tog, 1 sc in next 4 scs, sc2tog, 1 sc in next 4 scs (10 scs)
Rnd 8-22: 1 sc in each sc (10 scs)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing in, stuff the leg near the foot, but not at the top.

Hind legs:
Make 2
Rnd 1: ch 1, 8 scs in circle (8 scs)
Rnd 2: 2 scs in each sc (16 scs)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in next sc, 2 scs in next sc (24 scs)
Rnd 4-5: 1 sc in each sc (24 scs)

Rnd 6: 1 sc in next sc, sc2tog (16 scs)
Rnd 7: sc2tog 3 times, sc in rest of scs (13 scs)
Rnd 8: sc2tog once, 1 sc in sc in rest of sts (12 scs)
Flatten right side on one leg and left side on the other leg. Partially stuff.

Rnd 9-13: 1 sc in each sc (12 scs)

Start stuffing the leg as you finish up.
Rnd 14: sc2tog, 1 sc in next sc (6 scs)
Rnd 15: sc2tog all the way around to close (3 scs)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

 

Ears:
Make 2
Rnd 1: ch 1, 4 scs in circle (4 scs)
Rnd 2: 1 sc per sc (4 scs)
Rnd 3: 2 scs per sc (8 scs)
Rnd 4: 1 sc per sc (8 scs)
Rnd 5: 1 sc in next sc, 2 scs in next sc (12 scs)
Rnd 6: 1 sc in each sc (12 scs)
Rnd 7: 2 scs in first sc, 1 sc in rest of scs (13 scs)
Rnd 8-10: 1 sc in each sc (13 scs)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing later. Fold ear, don't stuff.

 

Tail:
Rnd 1: ch 1, 5 scs in magic circle (5 scs)
Rnd 2: 1 sc in each sc (5 scs)
Rnd 3: 2 scs in first sc, 1 sc in next, 2 scs in next sc, 1 sc in next 2 scs (7 scs)
Rnd 4-7: 1 sc in each sc (7 sc)
Rnd 8: *2 scs in first sc, 1 sc* 3 times, 1 sc in next 2 scs (10 scs)
Rnd 9-10: 1 sc in each sc (10 scs)
Fasten off leaving a tail for sewing in.

Muzzle:
Rnd 1: ch 1, 6 scs in circle (6 scs)
Rnd 2: 2 scs per sc (12 scs)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in each sc (12 scs)
Rnd 4: 1 sc in next sc, 2 scs in next sc (18 scs)
Rnd 5-7: 1 sc in each sc (18 scs) 5,6,
Rnd 8: *2 scs in next sc* 4 times, sc in next 14 scs (22 scs)

Fasten off leaving long tail for sewing in. Stuff muzzle.

Finishing:

Sew muzzle to the head.

Sew front legs to body.

Weave in yarn ends.
Now start to attach yarn starting at the muzzle and working up the head.
Embroider the nose.

Trim floss to make it even

Embroider the eyes or use beads if not for a small child.

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Abbreviations

K – Knit

Inc – increase stitch

sts – Stitches

k2tog – knit two stitches together

ML – make a loop by knitting the stitch as usual but not dropping the stitch from the left hand needle, bring the yarn from the back of the knitting to the front and lay the yarn vertically  on the knitting, place you thumb onto it and bring the yarn over your thumb (so that the yarn has wrapped around your thumb), knit the same stitch again and drop the stitch from the left hand needle, with the tip of the left hand needle pass the first stitch over the second, the loop is not secured and you can remove your thumb and move onto the next stitch.

 

Large sheep left side of body

Using white yarn cast on 16sts

1st row k. 16sts

2nd row Inc, ML 13 times, inc. 18sts

3rd row k16, inc, k1. 19sts

4th row inc, ML 16 times, inc, k1. 21sts

5th row k. 21sts

6th row k1, ML 18 times, inc,k1. 22sts

7th row k. 22sts

8th row k1, ML 20 times, k1. 22sts

9th – 18throws repeat 7th and 8th rows 5 times

19th row k. 22sts

20th row k1,k2tog, ML 18 times, k1. 21sts

21st row knit. 21sts

22nd row k1, k2tog, ML 17 times, k1. 20sts

Cast off

 

Large sheep right side of body

Using white yarn cast on 16sts

1st row k. 16sts

2nd row inc, ML 13 times, inc, k1. 18sts

3rd row inc, k17. 19sts

4th row inc, ML 16times, inc, k1. 21sts

5th row k. 21sts

6th row inc, ML 19 times, k1. 22sts

7th row k. 22sts

8th row K1, ML 20 times, k1. 22sts

9th – 18throws repeat 7th and 8th rows 5 times

19th row k. 22sts

20th row k1, ML 18 times, k2tog, k1. 21sts

21st row k. 21sts

22nd row k1, ML 17 times, k2tog, k1. 20sts

Cast off

 

Large sheep gusset

Using white yarn cast on 16sts

1st row k. 16sts

2nd row inc, k13, inc, k1. 18sts

3rd row k16, inc, k1. 19sts

4th row inc, k16, inc, k1. 21sts

5th row k. 21sts

6th row k19, inc, k1. 22sts

7th row k. 22sts

8th row k19, k2tog, k1. 21sts

9th row k. 21sts

10th row k1, k2tog, k15, k2tog, k1. 19sts

11th row k16, k2tog, k1. 18sts

12th row k1, k2tog, k12, k2tog,k1. 16sts

13th row k. 16sts

Cast off

 

Large sheep legs (make 4)

Using brown yarn cast on 6sts

K 8 rows.

Cast off

 

Large sheep head

Using brown yarn cast on 12sts

1st – 3rdrows k. 12sts

4th row k1, k2tog, k6, k2tog, k1. 10sts

5th row k. 10sts

6th row k1, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k1. 8sts

7th row k. 8sts

8th row k1, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k1. 6sts

9th row k. 6sts

10th row break yarn and thread through all remaining stitches and gather.

 

Sew the sides to the gusset leaving a small gap to stuff and then sow on the head. Embroider eyes to the head. Stuff the legs and attach to the gusset.

 

 

 

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Curly scarf crop

Using 5mm knitting needles and 4ply or double knitting yarn

Cast on 15 stitches

Knit 2, turn and knit back 2

Knit 4, turn and knit back 4

Knit 6, turn and knit back 6

Knit all the way across the row

Repeat these rows until the scarf is the desired length

The scarf will start to curl after the first few inches.

 

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