Blue Sky Fibers

Lisette the Lion

Royal Petites Animals

Design by Barbara Prime

$9.00

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Royal Petites Animals

Lisette has a reserved nature, one befitting her place as heiress to the jungle kingdom. Her family has long ruled the savanna but she’s too well bred to show the slightest bit of conceit about that. She does tend to sleep for long stretches (lions do that, you know) but once roused she’s an endless source of sparkling conversation and spot-on fashion advice.
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Pattern No. 1261

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. 1704 Cameo

Yarn Used in Pattern

Royal

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