eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 12 patterns

Twelve plush toy patterns, each with an item of clothing or an accessory. The printed book is available from Lulu: 9x13 inches, perfect-bound, soft cover, full-colour images of each pattern. The download version is available on Ravelry.

eBook : 12 patterns

Second edition of the popular Fuzzy Knits pattern collection, originally published in 2007. The new edition contains 2 new patterns, the Pug and Chipmunk. The remaining 10 patterns have all been updated with new toy shaping and new or improved clothing patterns.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Animal Toy
The Knit-Along begins on February 28. Until that time, the file you download will only include the information on the KAL, and the materials you will need to make the toy.
Knitting: Doll Clothes
These clothes will fit any of my 8-9” toys. They could also be modified to fit the Scraps Chaps style toys, if you add some length to the shirt, skirt, legs, and sleeves (instructions for these mods are not included, but please add a link in the comments if you try this).
Knitting: Hanging Ornament, Animal Toy
This pattern includes instructions for a Polar Bear, an Arctic Fox, and a Sheep. Hang these tiny toys to decorate your tree, or make them as pocket-sized toys for children. They are very fast to knit, and use mostly basic knitting skills. The bobbles which make the nose of the Polar Bear and Arctic Fox are fully described in the written instruct...
Knitting: Animal Toy
A new set of animals in my popular Scraps Chaps style, this pattern includes instructions for a Badger, a Fox, and a Raccoon. There is also a bonus Roasted Chicken pattern, in case your animals need a snack. The Badger and Raccoon are 27 cm (11”) tall, and the Fox is 30 cm (12”) tall.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A cute toy made with a range of fun knitting techniques, advanced-beginner to intermediate level. The pieces are all knit flat, then seamed and assembled. The tunic is knit in one piece from fingering weight yarn, with buttons to hold the ends of the straps.
Knitting: Animal Toy
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Knitting: Animal Toy
This is a lovey style toy with a sheep and rabbit variation. (However, the heads are essentially the same as my other toys, so you could use the head from any pattern, as long as it’s in the same gauge as the rest of the toy. Maybe just add 2 rows to the middle stockinette section).
Knitting: Animal Toy
A very cute project with lots of interesting stitches and techniques. Approximately intermediate level, but don’t feel intimidated if you like to learn new things. The dragon looks good in a wide range of yarns, so feel free to use what you like, or look through the projects for inspiration. The knight and princess take very little yarn, s...
Knitting: Animal Toy
A baby orangutan doll, knitted flat in pieces, and them seamed and assembled. The face requires intarsia, and the limbs use bobbles and slipped stitches. Overall, the pattern is intermediate level.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The pattern includes instructions for 3 animals: an elephant, a zebra, and a rhino. The toys can be knit from a single type of yarn, or from multiple yarns like my Scraps Chaps pattern.
Knitting: Animal Toy, Toy Game
Bean-bag animal toys in 3 sizes. To make a set of 3 toys (one of each size) you need 50 g each of 3 colours. However, this is a great project for using left-over worsted weight yarn. The toys are completely knit in the round, on DPNs or circular needle (your choice). The ears and hood are knit separately, then attached to the toy. The pattern gi...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat, Pixie Hat
For such a simple design, choose an extra-special, soft and colourful yarn. I’ve knit the hat in 4 different yarns: the smallest shown is merino wool, the next largest is merino/camel, the next size is baby alpaca, and the largest is variegated suri-alpaca/merino/cashmere. Note that the fiber you choose may affect your gauge, which is why ...
Knitting: Animal Toy
The pattern includes instructions for 6 animals: squirrel, mouse, hare, otter, hedgehog, and fox. The finished toys are approx. 3” tall, and use only a small amount of worsted yarn for each animal. The hat and scarf patterns are also included, and they use small amounts of fingering or sport weight yarn.
Knitting: Doll Clothes, Animal Toy
The toy and clothes are knit flat and seamed. Knitting techniques include knit, purl, several increases and decreases, and simple lace.
Knitting: Puppet
This pattern is intermediate level, is knit in the round, and uses a variety of increases and decreases. You can use a circular needle with the magic-loop method, or a set of 5 dpns. The head, ears, and feet are sewn on during the finishing steps.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament, Animal Toy
A wee little mouse to decorate your tree, or for your little one to play with. The mouse can be knit flat or in the round. There are two hat options: a hood that is knit flat, and a beret that is knit in the round.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Chipmunk: 50 g of worsted weight yarn in brown (MC), 10 g of worsted weight yarn in white (CC), 10 g of eyelash yarn to match MC (optional), small amount of black yarn for embroidery, two 8-10 mm black buttons or safety eyes, stuffing, pair of 4 mm (US size 6) knitting needles, tapestry needle.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Note: This pattern is not eligible for sales or promotions because the proceeds are donated to a charity.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is an intermediate level pattern. Skills required include a variety of increases and decreases, intarsia, and seaming. The anorak can be knit without seams by working the sleeves in the round.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Yarn type and gauge just depend on what you have. One toy takes less than 5 g of yarn. Finished size is just 3 cm (1.5”).
Knitting: Doll Clothes
This bundle includes 5 outfits for my 8” toys: a simple dress, a moss-stitch cardigan, a cardigan with crocheted edge, a pair of overalls, and a sailor shirt. Some patterns use fingering/sport weight yarn, others use worsted weight.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The pattern includes directions for all three animals.
Knitting: Doll Clothes
This pattern includes a Cabled Cardigan, three hat styles, a dress with apron, lederhosen and hat, and a ballerina outfit. The clothes use a variety of yarn weight and needle sizes. All will fit my smaller (8”) toys, and use a range of techniques including twisted stitches, knitting in the round, lace, picot cast-off, picking up stitches, ...
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Baby Penguin pattern includes instructions for the hat and scarf shown in the photo. It is also available in the Festive Knits book.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Must be knit with 100% wool that will felt well. Knit in the round on a set of four dpns.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern is in Festive Knits, and includes a pattern for the apron shown in the photo.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This owl and baby are quick and don’t take much yarn, and are good practice for your seaming skills. Knitting skills required include basic knit and purl stitches, and increases and decreases on both knit and purl sides.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Errata (Nov. 12, 2010): Just informed that the pdf file does not include the materials for the Santa Coat. See below for the missing details.
Knitting: Animal Toy
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Knitting: Animal Toy
Materials
Knitting: Animal Toy
The version shown in the first photo is available in Fuzzy Knits. This includes the intarsia face and new ears. The t-shirt pattern is much the same as before, and the pattern now includes the super-cape as well.
Knitting: Animal Toy
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Knitting: Animal Toy
A cute and simple Teddy Bear pattern. Finished toy is 7-8” tall, knit with 50 g of worsted weight yarn. The cardigan is knit with 20-25g of worsted weight yarn, with an optional crocheted edge.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The hippo is knit flat in worsted weight on size 6 needles. The shirt is knit in fingering weight with size 2 needles. The single pattern includes instructions for the parrot and other accessories. The version in Festive Knits includes only the parrot.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The body is knit in white worsted weight on size 6 needles. The spots are knit in black sport weight on size 2.5 needles, then sewn onto the stuffed body. The vest is also knit from sport weight on size 2.5 needles.
Knitting: Doll Clothes
This bundle includes instructions for 5 clothing patterns to fit my regular sized toys (8-9”). There is a super cape / hooded cape, a t-shirt, a hooded cardigan, a pinafore dress, and a raglan sweater with a pocket. The capes use worsted weight yarn, the cardigan uses DK yarn, and the other patterns use fingering-sport weight yarn.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Pattern includes instructions for short and floppy ears, and three outfits: pinafore dress, vest and jacket, and hoodie.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The koala is knit from 50g of worsted weight yarn in grey and white, on size 6 (4mm) needles. You can use a bit of white eyelash yarn to give him fuzzy ears. His shorts are knit from 15g of sport weight yarn on size 2 (2.75mm) needles. They look great if knit from variegated or self-striping yarn.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern is my featured design for April. You will get 50% off the pattern price when you check-out.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This adorable reindeer is fun to knit, and stands 16” tall, 12” long. You can use whatever yarn you have handy, but I find wool or acrylic/wool blends make the nicest toys.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first two photos show the new version of the Siamese Kitty pattern, available on its own, or in Fuzzy Knits. The toy has not been changed, but the dress has been redesigned with a lacy skirt and v-neckline.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the new version of the Tiger pattern available in Fuzzy Knits and on its own. The striping pattern on the toy has been altered from the original, and the ears changed. The dress is completely new - knit in the round with a colour-work design and v-neckline.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the new version of the pattern available in Fuzzy Knits. The face and ears have been completely redesigned. The raglan pull-over has been changed only to fit better.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the version of the toy available now. The second photo shows the version available in Fuzzy Knits, which includes the pattern for the hooded cardigan. The third photo shows the original version of the pattern published in 2007.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern has now been updated with a newer format. As well, the toy has different ears, and the shaping is slightly different. The contrasting colour nose is optional. The overalls are now longer, and have straps that button to the bib.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the new version of the Monkey pattern, available in Fuzzy Knits and on its own. The arms and legs have been changed slightly, and the overalls have been redesigned.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern costs $2.75 for a very cute knitted penguin. Requires some sewing skills to sew on beak.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the new version of the Polar Bear pattern, available in my collection Fuzzy Knits, and as an individual pattern. The toy and cardigan have had only minimal changes from the original.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A sweet little puppy, who looks a bit like a beagle and a bit like a border collie, but is cute either way!
Knitting: Animal Toy
The first photo shows the pattern as it is published in the Festive Knits collection, and as a single pattern. The other 2 photos show the older version of the pattern.
Knitting: Animal Toy
I’ve just added this pattern to my Ravelry shop. However, this is one of my oldest designs, so the pattern format and toy shaping will look quite different from my newer patterns. This pattern is on sale for $1.99 until I get it updated.