Patricia McMahon

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Animal Toy
The patterned Parasaurolophus model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Hazelnut (MC) and Almond (CC) using 2.25mm (US size 1) needles. Solid model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Jay (MC) and Chicory (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The open-mouthed Spinosaurus model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Spruce (MC) and Marina (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles. The close-mouthed model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Hollyberry (MC) and Garnet Heather (CC) BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The open-mouthed T-Rex model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Verdant Heather (MC) and Clover (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles. The close-mouthed model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Peapod (MC) and Alfalfa (CC) BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The open-mouthed Utahraptor model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Orange (MC) and Sweet Potato(CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles. The close-mouthed model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Caribbean (MC) and Marina (CC) BUT…
Knitting: Gloves
Glove pattern features a braided cable on the front of each glove. Gloves may be made Bob Cratchit style (without fingertips) or with full fingers.
Knitting: Stitch pattern
This lace pattern was originally designed to be used as a replacement lace panel in the Dahlia Cardigan by Heather Zoppetti. It creates either a 70 by 70 stitch square or a circle that is 280 stitches around at the outer edge.
Knitting: Animal Toy
These are the directions for snouts, ears and tails to add to Rebecca Danger’s Little Luchador pattern from “50 Yards of Fun”
Knitting: Animal Toy
These are variations on patterns from Rebecca Danger’s “50 Yards of Fun”. I include directions only for my changes to the patterns. Patterns used from the book are:
Knitting: Animal Toy
The original of this teddy bear was made in two days for a surprise baby shower. That’s why he’s called The Emergency Teddy Bear.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Highland Sheep model was made in worsted weight yarn using 3.75 mm (US size 5) needles, BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Anklyosaurus model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Verdant Heather (MC), Brindle Heather (CC1) and Suede (CC2) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Apatosaurus model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Turmeric (MC) and Semolina (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles, BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Large Triceratops model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Clover (MC) and Edamame (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The light blue Pterodactyl model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in color Sagebrush using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles. The orange Pterodactyl model was made in worsted weight yarn using 3.75 mm (US size 5) needles and, as demonstrated, is large enough to carry off a Beanie Baby.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The purple Dragon model was made in worsted weight yarn using 3.75 mm (US size 5) needles. The red Dragon model was made in fingering weight yarn using size 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles.
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Small Triceratops model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Edamame (MC) and Green Tea Heather (CC) using 2.25 mm (US size 1) needles BUT…
Knitting: Animal Toy
The Stegosaurus model was made using KnitPicks Palette fingering weight yarn in colors Masala (MC), Sweet Potato (CC) and Turmeric used for the stomach, using US size 1 (2.25mm) needles BUT…