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International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Crafty_tardis: Would you like a jelly baby? Extermanint! knitted dalek pattern. Even the Doctor might feel differently about Daleks if faced with one of these cuddly monsters.

Extermanint! knitted dalek pattern

This pattern will let you knit your very own plushy Dalek, to keep for yourself or give away. Knit a whole army and prepare for world domination! If you use this pattern, I would love to hear from you. Comments encourage me to make more geeky patterns! The pattern is available in Word, PDF, or plain text format. 11/8/07 - ERRATA: Row 23 of the body had an extra k2 that should not be there. 11/22/07 - ERRATA 2: Row 6 of the shoulders should be knit in body color, not contrast color. EXTERMIKNIT (.doc) EXTERMIKNIT (.txt) EXTERMIKNIT (.pdf) (Thank you to jenviolet for the new, improved PDF!)

If you have questions about the pattern, feel free to ask and I will try to answer. ContactHomeCopyright "Penwiper" '07. FSM sighted. Tonight in the pantry I was visited by his Pasta-ness Himself: He landed on the counter and waved a Noodly Appendage at me and then he gave me a Knitting Pattern, to distribute freely among the masses so everyone can bask in his glory- raMEN!

FSM sighted

Flying spaghetti Monster God YARN:Noodles: About 100 feet of Knitpicks Wool of the Andes in natural, dyed with Cushings Perfection Acid Dye in color "Aqualon Yellow"Meatballs: Plymouth Indiecita Alpaca Boucle, color #12 OTHER SUPPLIES:Size 4 and 7 DPNSPolyester stuffing (or use yarn or fabric scraps)Google eyesLight colored thin pipe cleaners, or any craft wireCraft glueDarning needle EYE STALK NOODLE:With Size 7 DPNS CO 6 sts and work 10 rows of icordK1, ktog, knit rest of row, continue to icord over 5 sts for 3 rows.K1, ktog, knit rest of row, continue to icord over 4 sts for approx 4 inchesK1, inc 1, knit rest of row, continue to icord over 5 sts for 3 rows.K1, inc 1, knit rest of row, continue to icord over 6 sts for 10 rows.Fasten off stalk.

Elephant Tea Cozy - Free Knitting Pattern Updated. Here is the typed version of the Elephant Tea Cozy pattern.

Elephant Tea Cozy - Free Knitting Pattern Updated

ETA 19.12.07: Fixed the body instructions so that they work better. Also fixed a bit of spelling and the like Elephant Tea CozyElephants on the Tea Created 25.04.05 This is a free pattern that you may use for your own personal use. If you have any questions or comments, stop by my blog (trampled by geese - ) and drop me a line. Notes:I used Peruvian Highland Wool from because it is cheep, cheerful, and because it felts easily (an extra bonus if you want the tusks to come out nicely). Stuff:Peruvian Highland Wool from 100% wool, 50g / 100m. Nonsense: Body: (make two)CO 40sts, rows 1-6 work 1x1 rib. When both halves are made, join the top with 3 needle bind off, or for a smoother finish use ktst. Ears: (make two)These are made in gtst.CO 8 sts.K 1 row. Tusk: (make two)These are made in ststCO 12 sts.4 rows of stst. Place the body on the teapot.

Page 18 Elefante. The pattern for Elefante is finally here for the taking.

Page 18 Elefante

This pattern came to be when a knitter emailed me after spying a tiny striped elephant on a shelf in Itty-Bitty Hats on page 18. She wanted to know where to get the pattern. I had no idea where that elephant came from until a friend (thanks Renee) told me about this . I am sure the original is a crocheted toy from this site and boy oh boy, are the other toys available here ever cute. I decided to make a pattern for a knitted version of this little guy and share it with you here. ElefanteMaterials:Set of 5 double-pointed needles US size 4Size E crochet hookFiber-fillPoly-pelletsYarn needleScissorsStitch markerYarn:Cascade 220 in Red, Pink, Orange and LimeJulia by Kristin Nicholas in Dark Blue and Light BlueSmall amount of black to embroider eyes**Any worsted weight yarn will do and this is a perfect project to use up your stash.

Fall 2007 - Woodins. WOODIN (one skein of yarn will make up to 5) First Foot: Using color A, CO 4 sts.

Fall 2007 - Woodins

Divide sts between 3 double-point needles and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Instructable: Knit dishrags out of old clothes.