Susan B. Anderson Patterns - Hedgie
The little Hedgie has a unique and new seamless construction that starts at the bottom of the white tummy section. The tummy and face are knit flat and then the brown body is picked up and worked from there. Hedgie is the perfect size to stick in a child's pocket or to set on a hedgehog-loving person's office desk.
Susan B. Anderson Patterns - Octopus
The Octopus pattern has instructions for both a fingering weight and a worsted weight version. Both are worked the same, seamlessly, from the top-down. The legs are cleverly worked right into the bottom of the body so no extra finishing is needed. The fingering weight Octopus makes a great ornament!
24 (6 sts. / inch)
Small Octopus: US size 1 double-pointed needles, set of 5; Large Octopus: US size 5 double-pointed needles, set of 5
Small: Fingering weight; Large: Worsted Weight
Worsted (19-20 sts/4 in)
Small Octopus: 10 grams of fingering weight yarn; Large Octopus: 30 grams of worsted weight yarn
Susan B. Anderson Patterns - Turtle
The four legs of the Turtle are knit first, then when the body is worked the legs are knit right in as you go! The turtle body, head and legs are worked seamlessly. The Shell is worked in the round from the center-out and attached with a quick running stitch at the end.
Susan B. Anderson Patterns - Woodland Fox
The Woodland Fox is worked seamlessly from the bottom-up with the exception of stitching the head to the body. Everything else, including the ears, limbs and tail, is picked up and knit on. The unique and new seamless head construction is worked in three sections, the top of the head, the bottom of the head (face section), and the back of the head which forms the hood.