Free Knitting Patterns: Toys, Dolls & Stuff Animals
Knitted dolls, toys and stuffed animals can be a lot of fun to make. But make no mistake, these patterns can be complicated, requiring frequent color changes and a lot of attention to detail. Most knitted doll and stuffed animal patterns will require seaming and stuffing after the knittng is over. But all the effort will ultimately pay off and you'll have a unique knitted creation to keep for yourself or charm a special child in your life.
Intermediate. Pikachu are a cute, lovable, rodent-like Pokémon with yellow fur all over its body.
Beginner/Intermediate. Knit and felt tiny gnome children!
Frog Coin Purse
Beginner/Intermediate. Ribbit! His mouth is where the zipper is, so you can open & close it. approx. 8.5cm tall x 10cm wide
Tiny Baby Carrot
Beginner. approx. 3.5cm tall without carrot green x 1.8cm diameter
Cotton Candy Floss Monster
Beginner. approx. 10cm tall (without hair antenna) x 7cm wide x 4.5cm depth
Beginner. approx. 16cm tall (10cm without the carrot green) x 3.5cm diameter at largest area
Beginner. Am I Sweet enough to eat? *Oops* to knit? approx. 11.5cm tall x 3.5cm diameter at largest area
Girl's Purse, Scarf, Tiara
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Gauge: 6.0 stitches per inch or 24.0 stitches per 4 inches.
World Cup Soccer Ball
Bunny Blanket Buddy
Beginner. Pattern is available in PDF format on right side of the website.
Felted Baby Block Set
Beginner/Intermediate. Knit up this delightful set of soft felted baby blocks in bright primary colors.
Gauge: 22.0 stitches per inch or 88.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Rufus the Leprechaun Doll
Snowman Shelf Doll
Santa Shelf Doll
Duck Shelf Doll
Beginner. Make a bunny out of a square piece of knitting. It's almost as clever as pulling a rabbit out of hat!
Judy's 12-Section Yarnball
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