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This order is for the Woolly Sheep pattern plus the Woolly Sheep Materials Kit.

This pattern includes directions for knitting and felting a sheep in two positions: standing and grazing. The standing sheep has its head in the air and turned slightly to the right. It measures after felting about 4-1/2 inches wide by 5-1/2 to 6 inches high. The grazing sheep has its head lowered to the ground. This sheep measures after felting about 6-1/2 inches wide by 4-1/2 inches high. The pattern uses worsted weight yarn and size 10-1/2 needles.

Knitting with alpaca yarns, or carrying along a fine strand of mohair, create soft, fluffy sheep. And don't forget the black sheep, every herd has one!

The Sheep Materials Kit includes a silver cow bell, 18-gauge wire for the legs, twine and embroidery floss for the nose.

Skill Level: Intermediate Knitter, requires double point needle experience.

This pattern is a 16-page booklet. It is not a PDF email. But I promise to send it out to you by mail ASAP upon payment! Want a PDF? here it is:

Be sure to check out the nap riser brush! This brush is perfect for brushing out your sheep, creating soft, fuzzy sheep.

Marie Mayhew Designs © 2015 All rights reserved.

No portions of this design may be photocopied or reproduced or sold as retail without written permission of the designer.

PATTERN-BOOKLET-Plus. A Knit & Felt Wool Sheep Pattern AND A Sheep Materials Kit

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