Austin The Dog by Sardines For Tea in Sirdar Snuggly Bunny and Rico Design Creative Ricorumi DK
Knit up this fluffy Austin The Dog by Sardines For Tea in Sirdar Snuggly Bunny and Rico Design Creative Ricorumi DK; the perfect gift for a little one. Sirdar Snuggly Bunny is the most adorable, gentlest-ever fun fur yarn for babies. With its easy-knit, 100% nylon, premium baby fur effect, it adds charm to simple shapes and is another fun texture for babies. Combined for this marvellous creation is Ricorumi DK which is specially developed for finer details.
Size: Approx. 30cm (12in)
This kit contains:
- 1 x Sirdar Snuggly Bunny - Puppy (0312)
- 1 x Rico Design Creative Ricorumi DK - Red
- 1 x Digital Pattern
You will also require: Small Amount of White Cotton DK for Neck Tie Spots, Small Amount of Black DK yarn for Facial Features, 4mm (US6) Knitting Needles, 3.25mm (US3) Knitting Needles, Washable Stuffing.
Please note: If you would like different colour options to the specified kit colour option, you will have to purchase this separately from the individual yarn page. We would recommend purchasing a Value pack where you can get up to 10% off or call our Customer Service teams on 0845 519 4573. If outside the UK, call +44 (0) 1733 777 345 *(Lines Open: 7:30am - 5:30pm UK Time Monday - Friday) * Call charges may apply. To select your own shades and save up to 10% off.
Yarn weight: Snuggly Bunny - Aran (10 Ply) Worsted (US4) // Ricorumi - DK (8 Ply) Light (US3)
Length: Snuggly Bunny - 90m // Ricorumi - 57.5m
Needle Size: 4mm and 3.25mm Knitting Needles
Ball weight: Snuggly Bunny - 50g / Ricorumi - 25g
Fibre: Snuggly Bunny - 100% Nylon / Ricorumi - 100% Cotton
Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern
Pattern For: Children
Nice cute dog. Quick to knit, very soft and cuddly but quite a bit smaller than imagined. Had a worry was going to run out of yarn but had enough, just.
I haven't used the pattern yet but buying it and downloading was a very easy process
Very lovely kit,easy to use and easy to follow pattern
The knitting instructions for this dog were clear and easy to follow. This was my first stuffed animal to make so I could have used more detailed directions and a diagram for assembly. While the instructions clearly stated “see the ends together or sew sides together” because you stuffed them at that time, I would have appreciated a “leave one side open or leave end open”. I sewed them up and then realized they should have been left open. A page showing how to do the embroidery stitches and a clearer diagram of where they should be placed would have been most helpful. I will end up throwing this first one away.