Liger in boots by Phoeny
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Liger in boots

by Phoeny
Knitting
May 2016
red heart DK
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
16 inches/40cm
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One crazy mixed up dude! The Liger is an adorably cute mix of a lion and a tiger – and also thinks boots are the way to go for a creature of his unique breeding.

Standing 16 inches/40cm high, he is knitted fat using a mix of Robin chunky fleece and standard DK yarns. Any fleece yarn that works to as near as 8 wpi as you can get it would be suitable.

Substitutes I have found are:-
King Cole Cuddles Chunky Yarn

Sirdar
Snuggly Snowflake Chunky

JAMES C. BRETT
Confetti

JAMES C. BRETT
Fluffy Chunky

The pattern is clearly written and easy to follow with no complicated stitches or shaping and has many photos to help you along the way.

I can guarantee he will be a hit with any child – or child at heart for that matter - he is really cuddly and his sweet happy face makes you say gotta love him.

Materials needed
100g ball Robin Fleece Chunky colour Toffee 4226
100g ball Robin Fleece Chunky colour White 4221
If you use another brand of fleece yarn, you will need to make sure it comes out as near as 8 wpi that you can.
(Wrap the yarn around exactly one inch on a ruler and count how many wraps you have)
50g Hayfield Bonus DK Brown 947
50g Hayfield Bonus DK White 961
25g Hayfield Bonus DK Pumpkin 766 (Tan)
One pair each of the following needles
3mm
3.25mm
3.75mm
6mm
A pair of 12 mm plastic toys eyes (optional)
Clear multipurpose glue

Abbreviations used
k = knit
P = purl
Ss = stockinet stitch – one row knit, one row p
Gs = knit every row
K2tog/p2tog = knit or purl the next two stitches together to decrease
inc1 = increase by knitting into the FRONT and the BACK of the next stitch to increase
PLEASE NOTE - if you use any other method than this, your stitch count may NOT work out.