Terence the Tap Dancing T-Rex
A pattern 65 million years in the making……its a knitted T-Rex!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Skills used: Basic knit and purl stitches, increases, decreases, knitting in the round, picking up stitches, basic sock knitting skills, Kitchener Stitch, holding live stitches on waste yarn and coming back to them later, after thought heel technique (knitting stitches on waste yarn and removing the waste yarn to expose live stitches to be knit later) and basic sewing skills. This pattern is written using the Magic Loop Method. See my Frequent Questions page for more info on dpn’s vs Magic Loop: http://rebeccadanger.typepad.com/rebecca_danger/frequent-...
Amount of Time To Complete Project: About 10-15 hours depending on skill level
Pattern Format: Adobe .pdf file
Yarn: 275-325 yards of yarn in your main color and 50 yards or less of yarn in each of your contrast colors
Gauge: You pick! Simply knit with your choice of yarn on needles 2-3 sizes smaller than called for to get a tight knit fabric your stuffing wont show through,
Needles: You pick! A 40” circular needle in a size appropriate for you yarn. See the pattern for more info
Notions: safety eyes or scrap yarn, waste yarn in the same weight (but different color) from your working yarn, tapestry needle, scissors, stitch markers, stuffing, straight pins, row counter,
Three sample T-Rexs with material lists to create them are included in this pattern. Sample T-Rexs range in size from 16” tall to 25” tall and are knit using Sock, Sport, and Worsted Weight yarns.
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