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Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

Posted by oklamoni (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 29, 08 at 18:02

Anyone have one to knit? I would also be willing to sew any of these, if I could find a pattern.

I may have to get very creative, and make my own. :)

Moni


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RE: Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

Moni, I believe I have a koala. Let me check when I get home. But I don't know how to send attachments with mail through the forum. Send me an email (not through GardenWeb) and I'll reply with the pattern.

For an alligator you may be able to use the Fiery Dragon Scarf as a starting point. It is made with a front and back pice, so you could stuff it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fiery Dragon


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RE: Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

Donna, going to send you a mail right now. :)

That scarf is awesome. Yes, I think once I have a head I can fake the rest. ;)

Moni


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RE: Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

Hello
I wonder if u could help me i am looking for a koala knitting pattern. my mother in law would love to knit a koala and could never find one.
I would be so grateful if i could have a copy yours please.
cheers
sharon
justshaza69@hotmail.com


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RE: Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

Try Morehouse Farm website. They have all kinds of knitting patterns for animals.


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RE: Looking for patterns for Koala, Alligator and Kangaroo

I am sorry to say, I never made the koala. Then I got a new computer, and "lost the koala".

Sorry.

Moni


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