Wildly Grey Knitted Animals – Free Patterns

Wildly Grey Knitted Animals just arrived at the zoo! Do you have some gray yarn left somewhere and plenty of motivation to start a new knitting project? Do you like handmade toys and decorative figurines? Yes, yes, obviously! This selection of knitted animals will surely help you start planning your new knitting adventure. Will you take the koala or the elephants with you this time? Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Girly Baby Blankets and Rainbow Blankies.

Koala Free Knitting Pattern

Wow, this is evidently the most heart-melting knitted toy we have seen in a very long time! Do you agree? We bet you can’t wait to start working on this sweetie. His softness and cuddliness will surely steal your heart. Will you keep him for yourself or gift to someone? We think we know the answer already!

Level: upper beginner Author: Claire Garland

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

Emily and Edward Knit Elephants Free Knitting Pattern

These little elephants are true fashion icons, without a doubt, just look at their lovely pink tops. Emily and Edward are ready to move into your collection of knitted toys and make some noise! You can carry them as lucky charms or transform them into keychains.

Level: upper beginner Author: Nancy Anderson

The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations. More info on Ravelry.

Lemur Free Knitting Pattern

Crazy cute creature, isn’t it? Lemurs are certainly not the most popular animals crafters use for inspiration. Well, it looks like it is time to change it! We fell in love with this toy designed by Sarah Keen the minute we saw it. Cuddle time!

Level: upper beginner Author: Sarah Keen

The original pattern and the photos are on Underground Crafter. More info on Ravelry.

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