Koala Lovey Parts & Pieces by Victoria Stewart

Koala Lovey Parts & Pieces

by Victoria Stewart
April 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
265 - 280 yards (242 - 256 m)
One Size
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

This is a PDF pattern to create Koala Lovey Parts & Pieces.

Instructions are included for the head, ears and nose of the Koala with reference to blanket pattern used.

Pattern is written in US terminology.

Materials Used:
DK Weight # 3 yarn - Light Grey
Bulky Weight #5 yarn - Dark Grey, Light Grey (This is the Faux Fur/eyelash yarn - I used Yarn Bee Snuggle Up to create this pattern)
Worsted Weight # 4 yarn - Black
G 4.0mm Hook
Polyfil Stuffing
Yarn Needle (For ends)
Stitch Marker
24mm Black Safety Eyes (x 2)

Difficulty Level: Intermediate
This is due to the fact that faux fur/eyelash yarn can be tricky to work with.

I have included a special photo tutorial of the technique used to create this pattern. It makes it much easier to work with the faux fur/eyelash yarn and in my opinion makes for a quicker finished item.

Using recommended tools and materials Koala head measures approximately 16 inches around (including the ears)

Small parts and pieces are not meant for small children. If making this item for a small child, please consider embroidering eyes in place of safety eyes.

These instructions are for the head, ears and nose ONLY. You are welcome to attach these pieces to your blanket of choice. I have included a list of specific materials, as well as the blanket pattern used on the last page.

Should you have any questions about this pattern, please let me know!

Copyright Notice:​ You have permission to sell finished products for this pattern. If you choose to sell, I would love for you to include a link to my pattern. The pattern and images contained in this file are copyright protected. Rewriting, reselling, distributing, or copying the pattern or using the images to sell your finished items is prohibited. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. (c) Once Upon a Hook Crochet, April 2019