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Free Knit Patterns For Animals

Learn how to knit animals using these free knitting patterns. People of all ages love animals. You can knit your favorite toy animal to display in your home as part of your home decoration.

You can knit different toy animals using your knitting experience. These are some of the animals you can knit. You can knit: cow, knit fly, knit giraffe, knit hamster, knit frog, knit beetles, knit birds, knit crocodile, knit duck, knit bear, knit puppy, plus many more.

Some of these knitted animals can be used as gift ideas or as mentioned earlier as decoration. Many people will really appreciate having or buying knitted animals displayed at their home.

Below are are some of the free knitting patterns you can use to knit animals of your choice.

How To Knit Animals Parts

When you are ready to knit any toy animal, there are certain things you need to know.

First you should at least know how to knit. As animals have different body parts, you'll need to know how to knit these parts, and also how to attach them to the appropriate areas.

These are the parts of animals that you should learn and know how to knit: the body - side 1 and side 2, the head - side 1 and side 2, two ears, tail, udders and finishing touches.

Free Knitting Patterns For Animals

Below are some of the animals knitting patterns you can use to knit your favorite pet.

Cute Cow Knitting Pattern

Polar Bear Toy Felted Knitting Pattern

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Kitty Cat Knitting Pattern

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Knitting Patterns For Knit Toy Animals

Comments

Suzi on July 27, 2018:

Hi. There is a picture of a black panther with red eyes, located between the polar bear picture and the dragonfly picture. Is there a pattern for the panther? Thanks

ARLENE White on July 20, 2018:

Thank you for sharing the lovely patterns and the jnspiration..just want to pick up wool and needles and get started..

carol on December 27, 2015:

Do you have a pattern for a knitted poodle or know anyone who makes them?

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on April 08, 2013:

With the free knitting patterns, you can knit yourself a lovely pet. Thanks for the comment.

Sushma Webber from New Zealand on April 07, 2013:

Love the cute animal knitting patterns. will try to knit a few of them. Thanks for sharing!

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on April 01, 2013:

I' glad you love this hub DanielleCherise. I hope you enjoy using the patterns to knit your toy animals.

Dani Norris from Virginia Beach on April 01, 2013:

Thank you for posting this! I love knitting stuffed animals and was looking for something new to try. This post was very helpful.

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on December 28, 2012:

Great to know you love this hub, knitnicole. Thanks for the visit.

Nicole from Ontario, Canada on December 27, 2012:

I really like the sheep, dinosaur and polar bear.

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on October 24, 2012:

Thanks mamarou and I'm glad your kids are supportive of this hub.

mamarou from Sherwood, OR on October 24, 2012:

One day I hope to be able to make animals and things with knitting! My girls both gave your lens the seal of approval: AHHHHHH (musical notes not included). Thanks for the hub!

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on August 26, 2012:

I will see what i can do Amy to get more knitting patterns on the page. Thank you so much for the comment.

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on August 26, 2012:

Thank you Amy. I'm happy for you that you were able to complete your knitting. Your lovely nan did so well for you.

Amy.ilove2knit on August 26, 2012:

i do hope u post or add more of the animals on ur page i enjoy making them thank u for making this page

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Amy.ilove2knit on August 26, 2012:

these r very use ful 2 me so i posted this comment i have now finally finished all of the knitted animals on 1 of ur pages and they came out amazing . im glad i found this lovely page cause im only 12 and i can knit because of my wonderful Nan who tought me

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on June 12, 2012:

Knitting requires basic knowledge. Anyway, you can still buy a ready knitted ones. Thank you Taylor for commenting.

Taylor on June 11, 2012:

so cute thed be soooo much fun to make but im not thay skilled at kniting

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on May 15, 2012:

It's great to know that your mother used to make knitted animals and given them away to local hospitals must have made her feel really proud of her craft. Thank you for your comment joaniebaby.

joaniebaby on May 15, 2012:

My mother used to make all different animals by knitting or crocheting. Then she would give them to the local hospital who in turn gave them to the babies born there. I even have an old newspaper article about my mother and her "animals." Thanks for your ideas.

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on March 09, 2012:

Thank you Millionaire Tips for your comment. The knitted toys are really adorable and a great idea for gifts.

Shasta Matova from USA on March 09, 2012:

These are all adorable! I really wish I knew how to knit so I could make some of these. Voted up.

Theresa D (author) from England, UK on February 28, 2012:

Thank you alocsin for your comment. Really appreciate your visit.

Aurelio Locsin from Orange County, CA on February 28, 2012:

I have no sewing skills whatever. But I'm voting this Up and Useful for the many who do practice the craft on HP.

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