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Leave a comment Include a Photo. Thank you! Your comment has been added. Row 5: K15, wrap and turn leave 5 sts on left-hand needle unworked. Row 9: K Row K2tog, k4, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k4, k2tog. Row K4, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k4. Row K2tog, k10, k2tog. Row P1se, p10sh, p1se. Row K2se, k1sh, k2togsh, k2sh, k2togsh, k1sh, k2se. Row K2se, k2togse, k2sh, k2togse, k2se.
Cont in se. Row K2tog, k4, k2tog. Ear make 2 the same With sh, cast on 3 sts.
Knit 2 rows. Row 3: Inc, k1, inc. Row K2tog, k1, k2tog. Row K3tog and fasten off.
Tail With sh, cast on 10 sts. Beg with a k row, work 4 rows st st.
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Row K2tog, k6, k2tog. Row K2tog, k2, k2tog. Row [K2tog] twice. Row P2tog and fasten off. Starting at foot, sew up legs on RS. Leave open at top of leg.
HEAD Fold head in half and sew from nose along underside. Leave neck end open. Using mattress stitch, sew tummy to body, working on the inside and one stitch in from the body edge to leave a small rim and give the feel of a shell. Leave a 1in 2. Cut to approximately fit, leaving an extra 1in 2. Fold end over to stop the pipecleaner poking out of the paws.
Roll a little stuffing around pipecleaner and slip into leg. Leave top of leg open, pipecleaner sticking out. Stuff the head, starting at the nose; leave neck end open. Stuff the body, sew up gap, and mold into shape like a giant dried bean. Using whip stitch, sew the legs onto the tummy. Repeat for front legs.
Sew open head end onto the body at neck, just below the front of body. TAIL Cut a pipecleaner 1in 2. Roll a little stuffing around pipecleaner and slip into tail. Push protruding pipecleaner end into armadillo where back meets tummy.
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Sew tail to body with whip stitch. EARS Sew cast on row of each ear to where head meets body, with one stitch between ears. With ri, cast on 5 sts. Beg with a k row, work 24 rows st st. Row Inc, k3, inc. Row Inc, k2, p1, k2, inc. Row Inc, k3, p1, k3, inc. Row Inc, k4, p1, k4, inc.
Row Inc, k5, p1, k5, inc. Row Inc, k6, p1, k6, inc. Row Inc, k7, p1, k7, inc. Row Inc, k8, p1, k8, inc. Row K10, p1, k Row Inc, k9, p1, k9, inc. Row K11, p1, k Rep rows 55—56, 3 times more. Row K2tog, k9, p1, k9, k2tog. Row K2tog, k8, p1, k8, k2tog. Cast bind off.
Mark centre st with coloured thread. The rev st st side is the RS for the top of the chameleon body. With WS knit side facing and working from right edge, pick up and knit 10 sts to marker, cast on 3 sts. All links on this site are for informational purposes, but please note that some links are to affiliate sellers that pay me a small commission on purchases. Toy bat softie with a name inspired the the fact that a group of bats in flight is called a cloud. Designed by Esmerelda Peabody Jones.
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