Shark Knitting Pattern. Knit Your Own Jaws. PDF Download.

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Knit your own plush toy shark from this PDF knitting pattern of my original design. He's a knitted marvel, even his pointy teeth are knitted. And with only two short seams he's a perfect project for the knitter who doesn't like to sew.

This pattern was created for my 4 year old. "Mom, can you knit me a shark?" Who can resist a design brief like that?

FINISHED SIZE: Approximately 15” 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 INTERMEDIATE knitter

SKILLS REQUIRED
Garter (knit) Stitch
Stockinette Stitch
Provisional Cast On
Knitting in the round on double pointed needles
M1L and M1R (or left and right leaning increase)
SSK and K2tog (or left and right leaning decreases)
Sewing together using running stitch
Picking Up stitches
Short Row Shaping (fully explained in the pattern)

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Approximately 70 yds of Silver Gray Worsted Weight yarn
Approximately 10 yds of Pink Worsted Weight yarn
Approximately 5 yds of White Sport Weight yarn
US size 6 double pointed needles (4mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
US size 1 double pointed needles (2.25mm)
Scrap yarn or stitch holders and stitch markers
Scrap of Black yarn to embroider eyes
Tapestry Needle
Fiberfill



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Aug 10, 2017 by manickitkat
What a great pattern! Need to make it for my son for a gift.
Jan 20, 2016 by Jill Weaver
THIS IS A GREAT PATTERN BUT YOU NEED TO BE A VERY EXPERIENCED KNITTER TO FOLLOW IT.
Dec 2, 2015 by steph906
Amazing! A wonderful pattern thats is easily worked if you have knitted socks before. Mine came out just like the picture! The only tricky bit was the teeth as they are small and tricky. Could not reccommend more. Knitted this as a birthday present and I want to keep it for myself!
Apr 18, 2015 by crystallinegreen231
This pattern is easy to follow and fun and quick to knit. My best friend is going to love her new shark friend! :)
Nov 25, 2014 by iknatthis

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