Grrrrr!

It’s been rather warm here recently and so I’ve been reluctant to work on large woolly things – like the jumper that I want to complete, that is worked in a single piece, so provides far too much cover on a hot day. I decided, therefore, to use up some left-over balls of yarn for some little projects.

We have a young friend who loves dinosaurs… so I made her a T-rex.

The pattern is by Kerry Lord of Toft.

I don’t think it’s going to be the last dinosaur that I make – they seem to be popular with children and adults alike. I see some ScrapHappy dinos in the future!

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  1. Now that’s what I call a dinosaur! Gorgeous 🙂

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  2. he looks very cuddly- does he have a name?

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  3. Gorgeous! Who wouldn’t want a dinosaur?

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  4. He is lovely! No-one is ever too old for a cuddly toy! They are a great way to use up scraps as well.

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  5. This is a gorgeous little dinosaur! You are so talented – I will probably stitch my own fingers together with that crochet needle 😁

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  6. Oh. My. Gosh. What a dino! Lucky child.

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  7. This is a friendly T-Rex, a happy looking dino. Very cute and like cuddly as well.

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  8. Such a smiley dinosaur! Very cute!

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  9. That’s one happy saurian. I do think a multi-coloured version would be fun if you have lots of scraps left over. I saw a program on TV recently where they suggested that T. Rex actually had feathers….

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    • I think I might have a go at several multi-coloured ones (even better for scrap usage) and, as for feathers, the velociraptor pattern seems to have them, so I’ll have to progress on to that at some point.

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