Woodland Animals Knit Pattern

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Fox, Wolf, Raccoon Bonnet & Tail Knit by Briana K Designs

The Fox, Wolf, Raccoon Bonnet & Tail Knit Pattern is made from yarn! Yes, even that fluffy tail. I include a picture tutorial on how to make the tail, along with a video link to learn the loop stitch.

The unique techniques used in the pattern bring an animal outfit to life with amazing texture. Woodland Animals Knit Pattern is pure cuteness on little ones!

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Knitting Needles:

5.5 mm (9) Straight Needles
5.5 mm (9) DPN’s or Magic Loop Method


Tapestry Sewing Needle
Stitch Marker
Sewing Thread and Needle
Tape Measure
Wire Brush (brand new dog brush works best)


Red Heart Soft:
Dark Grey- Charcoal
Light Grey Heather
Cream- Off White
Orange- Tangerine


Approx. 50 yards for bonnet, an additional 70 yards for tail.


sts- stitches
k- knit
p- purl
CO- cast on
k2tog- knit two stitches together
p2tog- purl two stitches together
Knit Loop Stitch- for making own fur from yarn


 4 x 4 inches = 16 Stitches by 22 Rows

Skill Level:




Bonnet Measurements: 5 ½ inch depth, 5 ½ inch height

Fox, Wolf, Raccoon Bonnet & Tail Knit by Briana K Designs

Check out some of my other patterns!

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I hope you have enjoyed making the Fox, Wolf, Raccoon Bonnet & Tail Knit Pattern!

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