Short Description: Oh boy! It's my first pattern with a recommended weight of yarn! I have been helping out at my local yarn shop recently and have fallen in love with all of the amazing self-striping sock yarns in there. After days of gazing at them and thinking to myself, "Man, that would make a really cool monster!" I came up with a great pattern to showcase those cool stripes. Not only is sock yarn colorful, inexpensive, and great to work with, most sock yarns are washable, making them great for toys. Plus, there is always a bit left after finishing a pair of socks, and Quincy Q is a great way to use up those bits!
Gauge: About 30sts and 40 rows= 4"x4" square on Us Size 1's
Finished Measurements: Samples range from 21” tall to 22” tall
Materials Used: About 350 yards of a cool, self-striping sock/fingering weight yarn.
Needle Size: A US Size 1 36" or longer circular needle plus an extra needle(straight, circular, dpn) for 3-needle bind off. Or, size to achieve gauge/make a tight knit fabric the stuffing wont show through.
Pattern Includes: Written direction and photos. Pattern also includes 4 samples and a fun story about Quincy.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Other Details: Notions: safety eyes or scrap yarn, tapestry needle, scissors, stitch markers, stuffing, straight pins, row counter, stuffing, felt, fabric glue