PATTERN: Toadstool Ornaments
YOU ARE BUYING A FINGER-KNITTING PATTERN, NOT THE FINISHED PRODUCT. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR BUYING YOUR OWN MATERIALS TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT.
This PDF pattern includes written English instructions, photo tutorial, as well as a pattern template. For general instructions on knitting with Alize Puffy More yarn, please see my free instruction sheet here.
The Toadstool Ornament Pattern includes instructions to make a large and small double-sided toadstool ornament. These cute knitted ornaments lend a Scandinavian touch to your holiday decor. This is a great pattern to use up your leftover yarn.
SKILL LEVEL: Experienced.
SUGGESTED MATERIALS: Less than 1 ball of Alize Puffy More yarn (5.3oz, 150g) (Image shown uses the colours 6264, 6270, 6271).
SUGGESTED TOOLS: No needles required (finger knitting). Scissors. (Because the loops of this product are quite small, you may find it easier to use a crochet hook than your fingers. I use a US J10/6 mm hook).
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: The larger ornament is approximately 5.5" tall by 4" wide (14 cm x 10 cm), and the smaller ornament is approximately 5" tall by 3" wide (13 cm x 7.5 cm).
PLEASE NOTE: Alize Puffy More is a double-stranded yarn which is manufactured in a way to create double-sided colourwork patterns.
Currently, the only substitute for this yarn is Bernat Alize Blanket-EZ Graph It yarn, a new product soon to be available in North America. This new yarn will come in larger skeins, so you will need approximately 15% fewer skeins to complete this project as-is.
The Toadstool Ornaments Pattern and all photographs are the property of I Love My Blanket/Reena Belford. This pattern and design are subject to copyright, and you may not distribute or sell this pattern under any circumstances.
Products made with this pattern *ARE* permitted to be used for both personal and commercial use, but please credit ‘I Love My Blanket’. (@iloveblanket on Instagram)
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