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Hare Knitting Pattern – To the Moon & Back

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Moon & Back Hares Knitting Pattern by Claire Garland inspired by the story book Guess How Much I Love You?

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Hare Knitting Pattern – To the Moon & Back by Claire Garland aka Dot Pebbles Knits

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This hares knitting pattern is an ENGLISH Written KNITTING PATTERN to knit both of these hares – Claire’s version of the hares in that beautiful, childrens’ story

Hare Knitting Pattern Details

◊ When knitted, your finished hares will be:
Big Hare – Approx. 31cm/ 12in tall from feet to top of head
Small Hare – Approx. 16cm/ 6.25in tall from feet to top of head

◊ Included in this pattern:

– Digital knitting pattern – flat knitting on 2 needles, body made with minimal seaming joining as you go

◊ Lots of how-to images to ease you through the pattern – plus pattern support from Claire should you need it!

◊ P.S Claire gives yarn recommendations too, within the pattern, if you want to make yours similar to hers

◊ NOTE: This pattern is a total of 58 pages containing a full set of written instructions with photographic illustrations, the Little Hare pattern being the last 17 pages

◊ Claire has also added suggestions within the pattern to:
here to get similar eyes; yarn and substitute yarn

…And Links to a couple of how-to videos

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