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stuffies pattern

May 15, 2006

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Stuffed toys with bunny or kittie variations. You can use any (soft!) yarn, choose needles a couple of sizes smaller than the recommended size for your yarn. I used less than 1 ball of Rowan Polar and 6.5mm needles, which resulted in toys approx. 13?/ 33cm tall (not including the ears). You can use dpns, 2 circular needles or
magic loop, depending on how you prefer to knit small diameters in the round. You will also need a yarn needle, polyfill stuffing, and a small amount of yarn or
roving for the features. I needle felted the features on my stuffies and for that you will also need a special felting needle. Alternatively you could embroider the
features, use felt applliques, or use safety eyes or buttons.

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