HOW TO MAKE A KNITTED OCTOPUS | KNITTING FOR BEGINNERS

HOW TO MAKE A KNITTED OCTOPUS | KNITTING FOR BEGINNERS

How adorable is this little octopus?! What’s great about it, it that it’s super easy, easy enough for a brand new knitter. In fact, if you don’t know how knit, I walk you through the basics, from one novice knitter to another 😉

For this project, I’m using bulky weight Lamb’s Pride yarn in Cranberry Swirl. It’s gorgeous and you can find it here:
https://achildsdream.com/lambs-pride-wool-yarn-monochromatic-colors/

I’m using size 10 needles:
https://achildsdream.com/brittany-birch-single-point-knitting-needles/

I’m using a large blunt needle for sewing the octopus together, wool batt for stuffing and black yarn for the eye.

Direction:
Cast on 15 stitches
knit 30 rows
bind off
Sew the top and side together to form a tube
Fill the top 2/3 with wool batt or top
Sew around the tube so you have a spherical head with a ‘collar’
Twizzle four pieces of yarn about 12-18 inches long (ply them together)
Sew the twizzles to the collar
Stitch eye and you’re done!

See more projects for first grade here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp_7iMLgTZ0&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxyRZOJ8_yidSRoKMTEnGxob

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