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Knit your own cuddly pig from this PDF knitting pattern of my original design. This pig is cuddly, cute, housetrained and quick to knit. The Round Pig knitting pattern is also available in the Around the Barnyard eBook:
FINISHED SIZE: Approximately 5” tall and 5” from tail to nose
The knitting pattern PDF is available for immediate download from Etsy, following your purchase.
Hints and tips to help you with this pattern are available on my blog http://nattyknitter.wordpress.com this is mentioned in the pattern.
For an ADVENTUROUS BEGINNER knitter
Garter (knit) Stitch
M1L and M1R (or left and right leaning increase)
Sewing together using mattress stitch and fake grafting
All knitted on straight needles
Approximately 120 yards of pink Double Knitting yarn
US size 3 (3 ¼ mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Scrap of brown yarn for the eyes
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Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance statement.
The guidance statement issued by the CPSC on Feb 10th 2009 states that “yarn, dyed or undyed” and “dyed or undyed textiles” are components which “can be used (separately or in combination) and sold (provided they have not been treated or altered or undergone any processing that could result in the addition of lead)”. It also states that until some reliable way to test the levels of phthalates in plastics it is best to avoid plastic buttons unless “you know they don't contain phthalates”. As I know nothing about petrochemical processes I have therefore decided to abstain from the use of plastic buttons in my products until further information is available. For the full statement, please see http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/smbus/sbguide.pdf . Thank you.