Newborn Horse Knit Pattern

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Horse Set Knit by Briana K Designs

This Newborn Horse Knit Pattern comes with two unique instructions for the mane and tail. The first option is to make the main and tail out of yarn..YES Yarn!!!!

I walk you through some steps to create you own fur look. The second option is to use a faux fur fabric and attach it to the hat and pants. I have detailed where to purchase, how to cut, and how to attach. This is a fun project for those who just love horses!!!

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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
Stitch Holder for Pants
Faux Fur- Alpaca Brown
Sewing Thread and Needle
Tape Measure
Wire Brush (brand new dog brush works best)


Red Heart with Love in color Tan (main color)
Read Heart Super Saver- Baby Pink
Red Heart Soft Chocolate if making the mane from yarn


Approx. 135 yards for hat and pants. An additional 70 yards is needed if making your own fur (yarn) mane.


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:




Horse Set Knit by Briana K Designs

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