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Farm Animal Knitting Patterns

by | Jul 4, 2017 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Patterns for Farmyard Favorites

Farmyard Favorites

Designed by Amanda Berry, this set includes patterns for the pictured animals, farmer, barn, tractor, and mat. Pattern downloads are for individual pieces and you have to “checkout” without paying to get the link. Kit is also available. Use code HELLO for 15% off first order at Deramore’s.

Free Knitting Pattern for Buttercup and Daisy Cow Toys

Buttercup and Daisy Cow Toys

About 10 cm / 4” tall and are knitted in DK weight yarn. Designed by the amazing Frankie Brown.

Free Knitting Pattern for Farmyard Animals

Farmyard Friends

Five animals designed with similar shapes to make knitting easy including bull, dog, sheep, pig, and bunny. Designed by Sachiyo Ishii. The file needs to be unzipped after download.

Free Knitting Pattern for Cow Toy

Brown Cow

Toy softie 8″ tall, 4.5″ wide, 5″ long. Designed by Susan B. Anderson and excerpted with permission from Spud & Chloë at the Farm at Canadian Living.

Free Knitting Pattern for George the Pig

George the Pig

This toy softie has a sweater that is knit separately and is removable. No size in description but I’m guessing 6 inches. Designed by Sachiyo Ishii. The file needs to be unzipped after download.

Hpw to Knit a Horse

© crunchymamakim

How to Knit a Horse

Jeannie R. Lee provided quick instructions for a simple horse toy with basically two pieces, modified from the pattern in A First Book of Knitting for Children by Bonnie Gosse and Jill Allerton. Pictured project is by crunchymamakim

Free Knitting Pattern for Cow Toy

Cow Toy

Provided by Grandmother’s Pattern Book

Free knitting pattern for horse toy with matching child's sweater

Horse Toy With Matching Sweater

Patons designed this pattern for a horse toy about 14 inches tall with matching striped sweater for babies 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 months. Provided courtesy of Black Sheep Wools.

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Fluffy Little Sheep

These sheep are about 3 1/2 in. (9 cm) tall

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting pattern for Farmyard Animals

Farmyard Animals

Patterns for tiny duck, pick, cow, goat, chicken. Cow is the largest at 9.5cm tall (including the horns) and 10.5cm long

Spud & Chloë at the Farm

Spud & Chloë at the Farm

A mother hen and her chicks (and their adorable knitted eggshells), three little piglets, and a black lamb full of good intentions are just some of the 13 appealing projects in this book by Susan B. Anderson

Knitting Pattern for Farmyard Pencil Toppers

Farmyard Pencil Toppers

Patterns for horse, cow, pig and sheep pencil toppers by Amanda Berry. Each animal head is on a knitted sleeve which slides over the end of a pen or pencil. These are quick to knit and use only small amounts of yarn, so make super stash busters.

Free Knitting Patterns for Farmyard Favorites

Farmyard Favorites Kit

Designed by Amanda Berry, this kit includes patterns and yarn for pictured animals, farmer, barn, tractor, and mat. Use code HELLO for 15% off first order at Deramore’s.

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Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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