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Patch the Puppy in Sirdar Snuggly Snowflake DK (1244)

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Patch the Puppy in Sirdar Snuggly Snowflake DK (1244)
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Height Approx. 41cm

Designed by Debi Birkin

  • Yarn weight: DK

  • Needle Size: 3.0mm

  • Format: Leaflet

  • Garment: Other

  • Pattern For: Toys

  • Pattern Count: 1

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JK
11/12/2020
Jacqueline K.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Brilliant as ever.

Bought the pattern to knit for my baby granddaughter. Delivery is always quick. Pattern is easy to follow and I hope to have it knitted up in the next week or so. Delighted!

TW
01/03/2020
Teresa W.
United States United States
Great service

Clear directions

TW
11/27/2019
Teresa W.
United States United States
Poor customer service

Received the wrong item. When I attempted a return I got no response

L
10/01/2018
Lynn
Patch the Puppy

I have used this pattern and the bunny one so many times now I have had to laminate the patterns to protect them. I found once I had knitted a few as baby presents everyone wanted one. Patterns are easy and finished toy looks really good.

A Deramores Customer
BH
07/31/2018
Beryl H.
A really bad patch for me.

Don't try this pattern unless you are very experienced. It is a nightmare to work with the yarn, as the core of it is so far hidden in the furry bits that stitches are easily dropped and are then impossible to pick up. When I dropped a stitch I simply had to undo and start the whole piece again, and, once undone, the yarn becomes too tatty to reuse! Having at last finished all the pieces (most of them several times!) and started the making up, I find that there are no instructions given for the making up, placing and sewing on of the very odd little tail piece. Patch looks so beautiful in the picture, but I'd have to find someone to make him up for me if my granddaughter is ever going to have him to love. So disappointing.