Terence the Tap-Dancing T-Rex
Short Description: A knitting pattern 65 million years in the making.......its Terence the T-Rex! I am reading your knitting wishes right now.....they are saying "I am over the traditonal stuff. I have knit enough sweaters, shawls, hats, scarves, and socks. Now I want to knit a couple DINOSAURS!" So here I am, with the second installment of my knitter-mind reading with another dinosaur pattern (did you see Basil yet?) Yup, pattern designer and mind reader. I should really set up like a palm reader/yarn shop, shouldn't I?
Gauge: You pick! Simply knit with your choice of yarn on needles 2-3 sizes smaller than called for to get a tight knit fabric your stuffing wont show through,
Finished Measurements: Samples range from 16” tall to 25” tall and are knit using Sock, Sport, and Worsted Weight yarns
Materials Used: 275-325 yards of yarn in your main color and 50 yards or less of yarn in each of your contrast colors
Needle Size: You pick! A 40" circular needle in a size appropriate for you yarn. See the pattern for more info
Pattern Includes: Written direction and photos. Pattern also includes 3 samples knit in various gauge yarns and a fun story about Terence.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Other Details: Notions: safety eyes or scrap yarn, tapestry needle, scissors, stitch markers, stuffing, straight pins, row counter, stuffing, waste yarn in the same weight (but different color) from your working yarn