And this is my version of it:
If it had a head in it then it would look the same.
You also get a pattern for a flower to add but I decide not to add a flower to this one.
The pattern was really easy to follow.
I think most beginners would be able to follow this pattern as only really uses sl, sc, hdc & dc
I really enjoyed making this hat and would make another one.
I have also followed a pattern for needle felting in
Wool Pets by Laurie Sharp.
Now you aren't allowed to laugh!
I followed the instructions (mostly without reading)
& I didn't read the instruction at the start that gave you the basics.
I now know why it's better to read all the instructions first.
This is how my owl turned out:
I would recommend this book if you are wanting to make 3-D
My one big recommendation would be to read the instructions at the start
before trying to make one of the animals.
Little Red likes him which is the main thing.
Remember if you are looking for a pattern
There is a 50% at 22 Threads:
All funds are going to her sisters family,
as her brother-in-law has suffered a stroke whilst working away from home.
There is also a donate button on Hillery's website.
I tried this pattern this week as well.
I used a different weight of yarn.
At first I got a bit confused by the terms but
once I got my head round the pattern
I found it quite an easy to follow.
To be honest I used aaran wright yarn and didn't add anymore
rows to make it slouchy.
I really like the outcome.
Sorry it's not a good picture.
I've only just finished it.
It looks really good on.
I think I'll be wearing it today :-)
Now it's your turn.
Link to patterns you would like to recommend
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