My Knitted Toys

toys I have knit

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    clokay

    7 years ago on Introduction

    These are wonderful!! I was wondering where i can find the pattern for the pokemon toys? I've been looking everywhere and can't find a single knit pattern for them.

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    Purlandplain

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Gorgeous - especially the Peter Rabbit and the adorable Jesus-Mary-and-Joseph (and donkey). Would you mind telling where these patterns are available, please?

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    The patterns are mostly quite old - I have been a knitter for ages! I think they are out of print, sorry. The designer is Alan Dart and he has a website where he sells his patterns - I don't think these particular ones are there but he has many other beautiful ones.

    Saw his website and bought one lovely pattern, but didn't see these ones there, unfortunately. Thanks for answering.

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    gemmaf14

    7 years ago on Introduction

    i love knitting , how could i get this peter rabbit pattern ?

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    monsons98

    10 years ago on Introduction

    You and I have the same taste in knitting patterns! I have the Alan Dart book and most of Jean Greenhowe's. She has a website with free patterns on it if you do a web search. Your work is very true to the patterns.

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    monsons98moroccanbride

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I have an etsy store called FairyTaleDSigns where I put up some of my non-knitted toys. I usually make the knitted toys for gifts or just for fun! I did sell my Jean Greenhowe Humpty Dumpty, though. thanks for asking!

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    moroccanbride

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. I'm so sorry but my patterns are not available for lending. Many of them are in rough shape - I have a tendency to "maul" them as I knit them :( and I'm afreaid they won't last.

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    moroccanbride

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. I'm so sorry but the pattern is not mine to share as it is copyright. I really hope you will be able to obtain a legal copy in time.

    thanks! but I'm not really talented-I just try really hard to make good toys. if I were talented I would figure out how to edit my own picture to be of my face and not my boobs!

    I'm sure lots of people like your booby photo! :) Anyway, I'd like to tell you one more thing about the dolls. They look amazingly kind and tender. It's not just your skill to make them technically good, but they seem to have a soul. One of the bunnies has a "supwised" look, the snowman is like a little boy with nothing but a warmth in his heart, and the black and white kitty is like a favorite cartoon character (is it actually?). So that's how I feel about your projects. I really haven't seen anything like that before. Wonderful! I'm so happy just to see how many beautiful things can be produced in this world!

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    stinkymum

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I am so glad you put up pictures of your toys! We have knitted so many of the same ones - (from Jean Greenhowe!) I am knitting Alan Dart's Noah's Ark at the moment, my first Alan Dart Knit! I love your Bob the Builder - I am just going to have to knit him!

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    sylram

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Do you have the pattern for the gingerbread boy? I need something quick for our Shrek Themed United Way Basket. Thanks Marlys mdxxs@pshtc.ks.gov

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    Hello Kitty

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Wow! You are a GREAT knitter! Is there any way I can get the pattern for the "Bob the Builder?"

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    canida

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Those are cute! I especially like the chubby Peter Rabbit. What patterns did you use?

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    moroccanbridecanida

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you - they are almost all patterns by Jean Greenhowe and Alan Dart. the Peter Rabbit is by Alan DArt - he did the whole Beatrix Potter line.