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Cute Dinosaur Toys Knitting Pattern

Cute Dinosaur Toys

  • Difficulty

    Beginner

  • Yarn Type

    Yarn Type

    DK / 8 ply, 4 ply / Fingering / Sock / Sport

  • designer

    Designer

    Sachiyo Ishii

  • Needle Size

    Needle Size

    US 2.5 / 3.0mm

  • Needle Type

    Needle Type

    Straight

  • Techniques

    Techniques

    Stocking Stitch, Basic Shaping

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What you need to know

KNIT TWO PREHISTORIC PALS!

Stomp! Stomp! Stomp! Here come our dino-mite duo looking for some tasty foliage for an afternoon snack. These happy herbivores are the best of friends and always share the choicest leaves. Both are relatively simple to make with basic increases and decreases used to create the body and legs. For the neck frill on Polly the Triceratops, you will be turning the work partway through the row to create each section so read this part of the pattern carefully before you begin.

What do I need?


Yarn: Sirdar Snuggly DK, shades:
(A) 457 Rhubarb, 20g
(B) 454 Little Gem, 20g
(C) 456 Pretty Coral, 10g
(D) 419 Choo Choo Train, 10g
Oddments: DK, White, 4ply Dark Brown
Needles: 3mm
Beads: 2 x black, 4mm, per dinosaur
Sewing needle and thread
Safety toy stuffing
Tapestry needle

Sizing


Polly: 18cm long x 10cm tall
Joe: 18cm long x 11cm tall

Top Knit Tips


Leave long ends at the beginning and end of each piece to use for sewing up. Make French knots with black yarn if you do not have beads or are giving these to young children.

Be sure to use safety toy stuffing for your projects. This has been certified to ensure there are no toxic elements and the fibre is fire safe. To get a neat and smooth finish, take small amounts of filling and tease them apart to get rid of the clumps. You can use the flat end of a pencil to push the stuffing down into hard-to-reach areas.


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Watch to learn

Brush up on the skills needed for this pattern with this tutorial.

Techniques: Stocking Stitch, Basic Shaping

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