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Knit Raygun Pattern PDF

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Pew-pew-pew!

Enjoy all of the sci-fi fun of wielding your very own raygun, without any of the sci-fi carnage!

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This is a knitting pattern suitable for intermediate knitters, and involves the following techniques:


* Working in the round
* The following stitches: k, p, k 2 tog, lifted increase (KLL, KRL),
* pinhole cast on (instructions for this are included with the pattern)
* pull up stitch (instructions for this are included with the pattern)

Finished raygun is about 6" tall, 8" long .

For demonstrations of some of the knitting techniques used in this pattern, check the videos below:

Pull-up Stitch Demonstration (knitting)
http://youtu.be/jzw3SVIKaK0

Knitting the edge in the knit raygun pattern
http://youtu.be/dR-OU7gLkIo

Pinhole Cast On for Circular Knitting Movie (right handed)
http://youtu.be/l-LYO83sEX0

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This pattern is written in English and all needle sizes, abbreviations, etc. are American. Contains 15 fully-illustrated pages with large, easy-to-read text and lots of photos, diagrams and charts to accompany the written instructions.

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A download link for the PDF file will be sent to you after payment. File size is about 3.6 MB. Please make sure that the email address that you have listed with your Etsy account is accurate to ensure that your pattern arrives promptly.

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Suggested Materials:

- Yarn:

Blue: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: Marina; 2 skein

Black: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: Coal; 1 skein

White: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: White; 1 skein

(Or worsted weight yarns of your choice. Under 200 yards needed in Blue, under 50 yards needed for all other colors. I strongly suggest using a feltable wool (or other animal fiber) yarn, as non-felting yarns will produce a very differently shaped raygun. If you must use a non-felting yarn, I suggest using a smaller needle size to produce a denser fabric-- something around a US size 5)

- One set of US Size 8 double pointed needles

- Tapestry needle (for weaving in yarn ends)

- Scissors

- Needle and Thread

- Stuffing (I use polyfill)

- Light and Dark Blue felt

- White embroidery floss

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If you would prefer to make this item in crochet, I also have a pattern for that!
https://www.etsy.com/listing/121683525/crocheted-raygun-pattern-pdf?
Pew-pew-pew!

Enjoy all of the sci-fi fun of wielding your very own raygun, without any of the sci-fi carnage!

---------------------------------

This is a knitting pattern suitable for intermediate knitters, and involves the following techniques:


* Working in the round
* The following stitches: k, p, k 2 tog, lifted increase (KLL, KRL),
* pinhole cast on (instructions for this are included with the pattern)
* pull up stitch (instructions for this are included with the pattern)

Finished raygun is about 6" tall, 8" long .

For demonstrations of some of the knitting techniques used in this pattern, check the videos below:

Pull-up Stitch Demonstration (knitting)
http://youtu.be/jzw3SVIKaK0

Knitting the edge in the knit raygun pattern
http://youtu.be/dR-OU7gLkIo

Pinhole Cast On for Circular Knitting Movie (right handed)
http://youtu.be/l-LYO83sEX0

----------------------------------

This pattern is written in English and all needle sizes, abbreviations, etc. are American. Contains 15 fully-illustrated pages with large, easy-to-read text and lots of photos, diagrams and charts to accompany the written instructions.

----------------------------------

A download link for the PDF file will be sent to you after payment. File size is about 3.6 MB. Please make sure that the email address that you have listed with your Etsy account is accurate to ensure that your pattern arrives promptly.

----------------------------------

Suggested Materials:

- Yarn:

Blue: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: Marina; 2 skein

Black: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: Coal; 1 skein

White: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes: White; 1 skein

(Or worsted weight yarns of your choice. Under 200 yards needed in Blue, under 50 yards needed for all other colors. I strongly suggest using a feltable wool (or other animal fiber) yarn, as non-felting yarns will produce a very differently shaped raygun. If you must use a non-felting yarn, I suggest using a smaller needle size to produce a denser fabric-- something around a US size 5)

- One set of US Size 8 double pointed needles

- Tapestry needle (for weaving in yarn ends)

- Scissors

- Needle and Thread

- Stuffing (I use polyfill)

- Light and Dark Blue felt

- White embroidery floss

----------------------------------

If you would prefer to make this item in crochet, I also have a pattern for that!
https://www.etsy.com/listing/121683525/crocheted-raygun-pattern-pdf?

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I am happy to take custom orders. Feel free to contact me with your ideas and we can discuss options. Please know in advance that my policy is not to make items from trademarked characters (Hello Kitty, Disney princesses, etc.), or to make direct copies of others' work.


Trades:

Trades are fun! However, my house is also quite full, so, I usually only accept trades for consumable items (yarn, spinning fiber, soap, food, etc.)


Buying for children:

Many of my items contain small or breakable pieces, and as such, are not safe for very young children (particularly those under the age of 3)
Please feel free to contact me with questions and comments about age-appropriate toys.


Help with Patterns:

I do post the odd mini-tutorial and clarification here:
http://needlenoodles.com/home/?q=taxonomy/term/5

or, contact me via Etsy convo.


Splitting Patterns:

I do not break up patterns containing multiple projects into cheaper single-project patterns. The rationale is that, once the labor cost of re-doing page layout is taken into consideration, the price of an individually customized pattern would be greater than that of the original pattern set.


Other Sellers Selling Items Made From My Patterns:

I am generally okay with individual crafters making use of my patterns in items that they sell. However, I do ask that they give credit to me for the design. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Custom Orders:

I am happy to take custom orders. Feel free to contact me with your ideas and we can discuss options. Please know in advance that my policy is not to make items from trademarked characters (Hello Kitty, Disney princesses, etc.), or to make direct copies of others' work.


Trades:

Trades are fun! However, my house is also quite full, so, I usually only accept trades for consumable items (yarn, spinning fiber, soap, food, etc.)


Buying for children:

Many of my items contain small or breakable pieces, and as such, are not safe for very young children (particularly those under the age of 3)
Please feel free to contact me with questions and comments about age-appropriate toys.


Help with Patterns:

I do post the odd mini-tutorial and clarification here:
http://needlenoodles.com/home/?q=taxonomy/term/5

or, contact me via Etsy convo.


Splitting Patterns:

I do not break up patterns containing multiple projects into cheaper single-project patterns. The rationale is that, once the labor cost of re-doing page layout is taken into consideration, the price of an individually customized pattern would be greater than that of the original pattern set.


Other Sellers Selling Items Made From My Patterns:

I am generally okay with individual crafters making use of my patterns in items that they sell. However, I do ask that they give credit to me for the design. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

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