Knitted Fox
Intermediate | 1 hour 45 min
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This rusty-red knitted fox is super cute and just a little bit sly. Megan Kreiner – professional maker of cute critters – walks you through every step of how to knit this tiny fox, from pointy ears to bushy tail. Made up in a squishy worsted-weight yarn, this critter knits up quickly and will be adored by children of all ages. The finished fox is 7" x 5" – to make your very own, follow the video instructions alongside the PDF pattern download. 
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Berroco Comfort (worsted weight yarn)
    • MC—9765, Spice (70 yards)
    • CCA—9700, Chalk (40 yards)
    • CCB—9734, Liquorice (30 yards)
  • Size 6 (4 mm) circular needles (if using Magic Loop), or a set of DPNs and pair of straight needles
  • 1 pair of 9 mm black safety eyes, or small amount of black yarn or felt (for kids under 3)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scrap yarn, approximately 1 yard
  • Stitch holder
  • 2 stitch markers or safety pins
  • Stuffing
  • Scissors
  • Slip ring markers

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Downloads:
Learn how to:
  • Pick up stitches
  • Work circularly in Magic Loop
  • Increase, decrease, and change colors
  • Knit and assemble fox parts
  • Stuff body and add plastic safety eyes
 
What You'll Get: 
  • Step-by-step instructions from Megan Kreiner showing you how to knit this super cute sly fox
  • 10 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list and downloadable PDF pattern ($8 value)
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
46 users recommended this class to a friend
Kim Stephens
excellent detail, everything I need to make an adorable toy thank you!
More than 3 months ago
Irmgard Rempel
I found the video quite confusing at times with all the colours whirling everywhere....due, in particular, to the use of circular knitting needles. Purple, red, white, black flying around everywhere! I prefer DPN's and would have appreciated an option of viewing a video with this project being created using DPN's. The use of DPN's was referred to quite often. A Magic Circle can be created with DPN's, using a Disappearing Loop Cast On too. I am a continental knitter, so I found this video was a little like lip reading a new language. I am happy I could interpret what was being done and apply the methods of continental style knitting to achieve the end result.
More than 3 months ago
Gayle Liechty
I will be knitting up this little guy!
More than 3 months ago