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Winnie the pooh patterns
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Apr 23, 2011 22:20:31   #
This is my first time on this site. I am trying to find out where I can get patterns for knitted Winnie the Pooh characters. Can anyone please point me in the right direction or provide me with any patterns. Thanks. NZ
Apr 23, 2011 22:25:27   #
Leader54 wrote:
This is my first time on this site. I am trying to find out where I can get patterns for knitted Winnie the Pooh characters. Can anyone please point me in the right direction or provide me with any patterns. Thanks. NZ


If you can knit from a graph you can go to and put in free graph patterns for winnie the pooh

Apr 23, 2011 22:45:11   #
Thanks for that will try it. Linda (too)
Apr 23, 2011 23:09:31   #
Items that are "trademarked" such as the characters from Winnie the Pooh are often controlled by the holder of the trademark...making finding them difficult! Utilizing cross stitch graphs can can purchasing graph paper and some colored make your own.

Nemo is a hugely popular fish...some years ago I found a pattern for a cute knitted fish...I brought up a picture of Nemo on my computer...and knitted the pattern to match Nemo's colors. Sometimes you have to be a little "creative".
Apr 24, 2011 01:29:26   #
deemail (a regular here)

go to this site, and go to number 6....the pic is not there but this is one of two books that show up periodically on amazon...they are, of course, sold by disney as all his characters are copyrighted. this particular book is really cute, as winnie, eeyore, and tigger all appear on the front of the sweater, coming at you and then on the back of the sweater you see their backs going away....i am not sure how many characters are in the book, i only mentioned the ones i remember seeing in the ad the last time the book was on sale....they sort of come and go and of course, occasionally have used versions from other people for sale, too..

okay....thought of something else, wrote the search differently and found this one on amazon, too....cute fronts, plain backs, but less expensive, too.......hope this helps
Apr 24, 2011 10:50:19   #
Hi, this link has a few Winnie the Pooh graphs on it, hope it's what you're looking for?
When you click on this link, click on right-hand side where it says 'nice picture to knit into a sweater' then click 'Disney' on the left-hand side. Scroll down & you will see Winnie the Pooh!

Oooops, just re-read your 'ask' & realized you were asking to knit the actual characters, not a sweater..sorry!
Apr 24, 2011 11:10:25   #
Try this

click on Breien net Plezier
Click on English on left
click on Knitting patterns on right
click on your choice on left
click on picture and it will enlarge on a graph
Apr 24, 2011 13:42:25   #
If you are looking for the toy, I bought a kit from the UK. Someone was also selling a pattern only from a different kit. The 2 finished products look quite different with the "pattern only" one having more facial reality. Trouble with it is it consists of 18 pieces with some of those being composed of subpieces. The directions are quite clear. It just takes a long time. Finished the last piece yesterday and now they all have to be sewn together. It also suggests you brush each piece to make him furry. Have done some but it is harder to make it fuzz than you would think. So far, I have used a wire brush from the hardware store, a dog brush (slicker, that has bent wires) and finally got the idea of using the hook side of velcro. The velcro works at least as well and is safer. Poked myself more than once with the wire brushes. Any other help I can give, just ask. Donna
Apr 24, 2011 20:46:52   #
Judy M (a regular here)
The Disney Book of Knitting $33. on Amazon

Used for $2.99 and up
Apr 26, 2011 00:06:32   #
Great thanks ever so much.
Apr 26, 2011 01:51:01   #
take any picture you want and upload it onto this free program and it will make a chart for you.

Make sure that you indicate "KNIT" and which direction you want the pattern to be.

Landscape means horizontal
Portrait means vertical

It will give you a chart you can than print out.
Jul 1, 2012 09:58:23   #
Schlicklin Christiane
Send me please the use of knitting for Winnie the bear !
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