Wednesday, October 31, 2012

terence the tap-dancing t-rex

 
 
The last time you saw Terence, I was vowing to finish him and the many hearts blanket by the end of September ... so much for that! I love, love, love this pattern and will be making many more Rebecca Danger patterns in the future. Great construction techniques that minimize seamimg! However, I learned the hard way that her yarn estimates are completely accurate ... I was hoping to squeak by with one skein of Cascade 220 ... nope! So the left foot is slightly darker, but a close match. We'll just have to call him "Lefty" I guess!
 
 
Pattern: Terence the Tap-Dancing T-Rex by Rebecca Danger (my Ravelry project page)
Yarn: One skein Cascade 220 (turquoise), 25 yards or so of mystery turq. wool, tiny amounts of Knit Picks Swish Worsted in Carrot and Orange colorways.
Needles: Size 5
Notes: Next time I'd go down a needle size ... Terence turned out just fine, but you can still see a bit of the stuffing. Slighter denser fabric would make for even better results.
 
What are you working on? Be sure to check out the other WIPs at TamisAmis and YarnAlong! Happy Halloween!


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