Blue Sky Fibers

Emilie the Elephant

Royal Petites Animals

Design by Barbara Prime

$9.00

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Royal Petites Animals

Like most elephants Emilie is a social sort; she craves companionship and never fails to entertain with stories of her adventures in her homeland of Botswana. Shes a thoughtful girl, so you can rest assured shell never forget your birthday or anniversary—keeping track of those types of things is important to her. Elephants are a close-knit bunch and Emilie is no exception; youll find she’s quite generous with hugs and handholding.
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Pattern No. 1259

YARN:

Royal Petites by Blue Sky Fibers (100% Royal Alpaca; 35g/100yd): 1 ball

Alpaca Silk by Blue Sky Fibers (50% Alpaca/50% Silk; 50g/146yd): 7 yds

 

NEEDLES:

Size 2 (2.75mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge (seamed version only)

Size 2 (2.75mm) double pointed needles, or size needed to obtain gauge (in-the-round version only)

 

OTHER TOOLS:

Fiber fill or suitable stuffing

Pair 9mm craft eyes

Embroidery floss for facial embroidery

1oz. plastic beads

Stitch marker (in-the-round version only)

Tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner

 

GAUGE:

In Stockinette stitch: 32 sts and 36 rows or rnds = 4″

 

SIZES:

One

No. 1706 Petticoat

Yarn Used in Pattern

Royal

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