Dino the Dinosaur


Dino the Dinosaur


Fred Flintstone said you stole his dinosaur, Dino! Did you steal his pet? If you did, we totally understand because this prehistoric animal is just too cute to pass up! Dino the Dinosaur is the perfect toy for that dinosaur lover in your family. Aside from being a great addition to the nursery, this free knitting pattern will keep your little ones entertained until they grow out stuffed animals completely. And who knows? You might even see them sneaking it off to college when they're older, and can you blame them?


Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I can't get to this pattern. I get an error message and the site wont't open. Could someone post it here so I can make it for my dinosaur-loving granddaughter? Or give me another option? Thanks.

Hi amamama4347! Thanks for bringing the missing pattern to our attention. We've updated the link and it should bring you straight to the pattern, now. However, the site itself is working on our end, so if you have problems accessing the site in the first place, you may want to try updating your browser, clearing your cache, and trying again. Happy knitting! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

This is super cute! I have some nephews who would fall in love with this little dino. It is definitely a project for more advanced knitters. I tend to struggle a bit with knitting in the round, so I'm going to have to practice up a but before I give this pattern a go! I love the idea below about adding wings an making him into a dragon. What a fantastic idea!

I laughed right out loud when I saw this dinosaur, its that cute. I thought some small ears and an acorn and I have a squirrel. I could add wings and ears and teeth to turn it into a dragon. The pattern is a bit fiddly, so its best for someone who is very comfortable working in the round and who easily accomplishes the increases and decreases needed to give the little t-rex shape.

o hell I dont want to knit in the round !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! prefer pieces I can sew together. PPPPPPlease

I'm NEW AT THIS!!! Sandra


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