HARE MOLE HEDGEHOG toy knitting pattern

£3.75£4.75

HARE, MOLE and HEDGEHOG woodland animals toy knitting pattern by GEORGINA MANVELL

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The Hare measures 24 cm from tip of ears to base when completed in DK yarn. The Mole measures 11.5 cm from nose to tail when completed in DK Chenille yarn. The Hedgehog measures 12.5cm from snout to tail when completed in DK yarn. There is a mixture of knitting & crochet for the hedgehog pattern

This lovely collection knitting pattern is by designer Georgina Manvell. This knitting pattern was first published in Home & Country magazine Womans Institute in Sept 1990 in an article called Animal Magic Country Almanack Knitted Animals. We have included a picture of the three woodland animals featured in Home & Country magazine

We decided that the trio deserved a fresh look so we took new pictures in Suzannah’s garden. Don’t you think they look lovely together. This is exactly the same pattern as featured in H&C but Georgina & Suzannah have given it a new updated picture and lovely new format.

These knitting patterns require intermediate skills but are suitable for beginners with the support of internet help tuitions

Copyright 1990 and 2010 Georgina Manvell and Suzannah Holwell

Hare Mole Hedgehog toy knitting pattern by Georgina Manvell

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