Sep 012011
 
How I love a good topsy-turvy doll, even though I’m not a big fan of the frilly dresses that most of them are adorned with.  I wanted to try to create one myself so I chose this more modern theme for a spin on the traditional.

I used Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift for this doll which turned out to be a great choice.  The yarn has a sticky quality that really solidifies the doll.  I highly recommend it.

Yarn: fingering weight wool in a cream, brown, gray and blue
Yardage: less than 60yds per color
Gauge: 30sts/4 inches in stockinette
Suggested needle size: US size 2
Finished measurements:  approximately 8″ tall
Price: $6

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 September 1, 2011  knitting, patterns Tagged with: , ,  Add comments

  6 Responses to “Topsy Turvy Werewolf”

  1. You, my lady, are rediculously creative!

  2. [...] a few years in Thailand last spring just about the same time that I finished my pattern for the Topsy Turvey Werewolf. We made a trade (a photoshoot for a home cooked steak dinner) which turned out so well that I [...]

  3. Adore this pattern! Good motivation to advance my knitting skills. The photo is stunning. The creativity here is outstanding. Love it!

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