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Hello, everyone!

What I hope to find is a simple knitting pattern (read: knit flat!) for a small toy animal or doll that can "live" inside a kitchen-match matchbox along with a tiny blanket and pillow. Approximate dimensions of a knit toy that would actually fit: 4.5" long; 2.5" wide; 1.25" deep.

To no avail, I've looked everywhere, e.g., Ravelry, Etsy, numerous knit doll sites, and KP, yet hope springs eternal that there's something out there that I've simple overlooked. Have also tried "winging it" by adapting a pattern or two, but the results have been disappointing.

Thank you for any help you can provide!
 

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Thank you so much! I can't believe how wonderful and helpful people are on KP.

In case others are interested, here is another pattern posted by sweetsue today: Try the pocket bunny. Once you have the size it could be a doll, cat,bunny, bear depending on ears.
http://twinsknit.blogspot.com.au/2009/07/amigurumi-pocket-bunnies-free-pattern.html

Thanks again for the link!
mombr4 said:
Not sure if this pattern will work it is approx 5"

http://allcraftsblogs.com/knitting_patterns/knitted_dolls_pattern/knitted_dolls_pattern.html

I found a lot of small patterns online, when doing a search.

Hope this one might work for you
 

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judbert said:
Thank you so much! I can't believe how wonderful and helpful people are on KP.

In case others are interested, here is another pattern posted by sweetsue today: Try the pocket bunny. Once you have the size it could be a doll, cat,bunny, bear depending on ears.
http://twinsknit.blogspot.com.au/2009/07/amigurumi-pocket-bunnies-free-pattern.html

Thanks again for the link!
your very welcome, there were a lot of other links that came up when doing a search.
Glad I was able to help.
 

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mombr4 said:
your very welcome, there were a lot of other links that came up when doing a search.
Glad I was able to help.
I had come across several sites as well, but your link, and the one provided by sweetsue, just happen to be PERFECT! Thanks again. :D
 
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