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Hedgehog Knitting Patterns

by | Feb 17, 2017 | Animals

Hedgehog Knitting Patterns
Toys, accessories, washcloths and more inspired by the spiny but cuddly hedgehog.

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Toy

Hedgehog Amigurumi

Amy Gaines‘ cute hedgehog toy is 6 inches tall.

Free Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Wash Cloth

Hedgehog Wash Cloth

This easy motif for a smiling hedgehog can be used on wash or dish cloths, afghans, and more. Designed by Ber Alcock-Earley Pictured project by AmyFrCh

Free Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Mittens

Hedgehog Mittens

Designed by Ekaterina Sokolova

Free Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Love Scarf

Hedgehog Love Scarf

This adorable scarf by knittedblissJC features hedgehogs on pockets and a heart motif. Ravelrers have also adapted this design to sweaters, coin purses, and more. Pictured project by yamthedestroyer

Free Knitting Pattern for Harry Hedgehog

Harry Hedgehog

Tiny hedgehog toy is only 1.5” long and takes only 20min to make. Designed by Raynor Gellatly. Pictured project by onthetide

Free knitting pattern for hedgehog softie toy and more wild animal knitting patterns

Hedgehog

Designed by Purl Soho, this cute hedgehog is about 6 inches long and 11 1/2 inches around

Free Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Hat

Hedgehog Hat

Stranded colorwork beannie designed by Elise Cohen. Pictured project by knittymom

Free Knitting Pattern for Woodland Wreath

Woodland Wreath

Designed by Frankie Brown, this knitted cover for any size wreath features hedgehogs, owls, leaves, flowers, mushrooms, pine cones, acorns and other woodland flora and fauna.

Free Knitting Pattern for Sonic the Hedgehog Block

Sonic the Hedgehog Block

Double-knit block of the beloved Sega game character that can be used for afghans, wash cloths, and more. Designed by Megan-Anne Llama. Pictured project by misseevee

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Little Oddment Hedgehog

Little Oddment Hedgehog

This quick and simple little pattern is a great stashbuster for scrap yarn. These hedgehogs make great toys or pincushions and are knit flat and seamed.

Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Fingerless Mitts

Hedgehog Gloves

These cute fingerless gloves come with written and charted instructions as well as step-by-step photos. The designer also offers the finished product for sale.

Knitting Patterns for Hedgehog Family Toys

Hedgehog Family

The Hedgehogs pattern is a quick knit with only two short sewn seams. Large 5.5” (Medium 4.5”, Small 3.25”) tall

Knitting Pattern for Hedgehog Hat

Hedgehog Hat

Prickles the Hedgehog Hat is one of the 35 knitting patterns in Knitted Animal Hats: 35 wild and wonderful hats for babies, kids and the young at heart


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Knitted Animal Scarves, Mitts and Socks

Knitted Animal Scarves, Mitts and Socks

These hedgehog mittens are one of the 35 patterns in this book that also includes accessories designed like a fox, kitten, duckling, shark, penguin, elephant scarf, zebra, mice, and more.

Knitting patterns for Teeny Animals including mouse, robin, ladybug, hedgehog, turtle, and bee

Teeny Animals

Knitting patterns for Teeny Animals including mouse, robin, ladybug, hedgehog, turtle, and bee. The teeny toys are approximately 3 x 3 cm.

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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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