Rowan Reindeer by Phoeny
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Rowan Reindeer

by Phoeny
Knitting
November 2016
Rico Baby Teddy Aran
DK (11 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
US 3 - 3.25 mm
12 inches/30cm high
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Rowan is a fun, happy looking little reindeer. He is all dressed up ready for the winter weather with his warm fur trimmed coat and thick scarf down to his snugly over sized boots.
Rowan stands a little over 12 inches/30cm when finished.
Knitted flat on 3 and 3.5mm needles using DK and fleece or fun fur yarns.
The pattern is clearly written with many photos to help you along the way, I would class this suitable for a confident beginner.

Materials needed
The colours stated are those I used to make my version of Rowan; you can use any colours you like as long as they are the same gauge as stated.
20gr ball fleece or eyelash yarn that knits to DK/8ply (11 wpi) thickness
You may prefer to use just ordinary white DK and knit every row to replace the fleece stockinet stitch rows.
DK/8ply (11wpi) yarns in the follow amount and colour.
Less than 50gr Christmas green
Less than 50gr Christmas red
Less than 50gr fawn brown
Less than 25gr black
Scrap of dark brown (antlers)
Scrap of white (coat stars/shoe laces)
Pair of 3mm and a pair of 3.25mm straight needles
8 x plastic straws
Pair of 8mm plastic toy eyes (optional)
Two oblongs of stiff card 1.5”/37mm x 3”/75mm
With the sharp corners cut off
Tiny bell for hat (optional)
Fibrefill
Clear multi-purpose glue (optional)
Brown powder eye shadow and blusher (optional)

Abbreviations used
K = knit
P = purl
St/sts = stitch/stitches
Ss = stockinet stitch (knit one row, purl one row)
Gs = garter stitch (knit every row)
Tog – knit/purl stated amount of stitches together to decrease
Inc1 = make a new stitch by working into the front and the back of the next stitch. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU USE ANY OTHER METHOD OF INCREASING OTHER THAN THIS, YOUR STITCH COUNT MAY NOT WORK OUT.